Three Steps to Discover Your Values (Part 2)

June 14, 2012

Core Values

If you want to find a new position or career that’s right for you, first you need to know what you think is right given your values. What are your core values? Your core values won’t only help you find the right path and position, but will also make you a stronger leader, coworker, parent, or friend. I have designed a free assessment you can find at that will help you rank your values. It takes about an hour to complete. Don’t start it unless you’re prepared to do some real soul searching and reflection. It’s not designed to be a two-minute diversion, but it will reward those serious about knowing what values do and should guide their actions.

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