Personal Values and Vision, Unifying Principles. – Have you asked yourself the hard questions: What do I believe? What do I stand for? What would I die for? Whom should I be and what should I do?
– Your values are the timeless principles by which you live your life and knowing them is the quickest way to create congruity in your life – eliminating the values-performance gap.
– What if you don’t align your performance and values? – Pain, frustration, and stalled growth.
– According to Uncle Hub, “..honor, courage, and virtue mean everything; that power and money, money and power mean nothing,” These are things we should believe because they are worth believing.
– Start with your three-part being spirit, mind, and body and then your roles as Christian, husband, father, brother, leader, mento, friend, etc.
– Consult the profound knowledge of your faith, the Stoics, Founding Fathers, and others. Choose three to seven values that you aspire to live.
– Write a few sentences about each and the meaning to you.
– Now prioritize them because God, family, country, job creates a vastly different result than job, family, country, God.
-So, ask the questions, write the answers, and work on one principle each day. You’ll be surprised what happens.
“All things are possible through prayer and heavy deadlifts.”™