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Interview with the Barrett Values Centre on how you identify your values

What are values and how do you identify them? Watch this video with Jay Blithe from the Barrett Values Centre to explain.

Personal values

“People will naturally act in accordance with their own true highest values. They will spend money on what they truly value, they will spend time in ways that reflect what is most important to them. If you want to know why you are not doing something you think you should, or why you can’t stop doing something you think you shouldn’t the answer is you are inevitably going to do what you truly value most” (Demartini 2013)

There are a number of different ways you can identify what your values are. You’ll identify them in the next steps.

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