What Are Your Values? 
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Vocational Education

This lesson contains 14 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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What Are Your Values? 

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What are values? 
Your values are the things that you believe are important in the way you live and work.

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How Values Help You
Values can help you make large life choices like who you surround yourself with, what you do for a living, where you work, and where you live.

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How Values Help You
  1. If you value family, but you have to work 70-hour weeks in your job, will you feel internal stress and conflict? 
  2. If you don't value competition, and you work in a highly competitive sales environment, are you likely to be satisfied with your job? 
  • What job should I pursue?
  • Should I accept this promotion? 
  • Should I start my own business? 
  • Should I compromise, or be firm with my position? 
  • Should I follow tradition, or travel down a new path? 

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  • Values are usually fairly stable, yet they don't have strict limits or boundaries. Also, as you move through life, your values may change.
  • Keeping in touch with your values is a lifelong exercise. 

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What are Values?

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What has to happen (usually) for you to feel satisfied and content about your life?

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Can your values change? Why do you think that?

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Answer these questions as honestly as possible, your fellow classmates will not be seeing your answers. 

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Step 1: List below the three times in your life that you were the happiest (You can only make one post so make sure you get all 3 in before you submit)

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Were you with other people? Who?

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Step 2: List below the three times you felt the proudest in yourself, a family member, or a friend:

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Step 3: List below the top three times you felt most fulfilled and satisfied with your life

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