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Valuing your Values - Susan Grandfield

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Speaker Susan Grandfield
Ask yourself - what are my values? what is most important to me? do I live my values every day?
Susan will explain that being clear on your answer to these 3 questions not only enables you to define your (personal and business) brand but it also;

helps you make the right decisions
attracts the right people into your world
is good for your health.

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Valuing your Values - Susan Grandfield

  1. 1. Valuing your Values Susan Grandfield The Business Journey 14th May 2019 Creating focus I Developing capability I Achieving aspirations
  2. 2.  When have you experienced internal conflict?  A time when you said yes but it felt like a no  A time when you said or did something which didn’t feel right  A time when you saw something wrong and didn’t intervene  Or…..something else
  3. 3.  When have you felt completely in alignment?  A time when making a big/significant decision was easy  A time when others said you were wrong/foolish but you did it anyway  A time when you felt good about yourself and what you were doing  Or…..something else
  4. 4. What did you notice?  Internal conflict is a symptom of our values being compromised  Going against our values creates stress and expends more energy  Choices feel limited when we are not living our values  Our capacity for connection increases when we are in alignment  We attract the right people and opportunities when we are in alignment
  5. 5. Questions to ask yourself  What are my values?  What is most important to me?  Do I live my values everyday?  Where in my life do I need to be more aligned with my values?
  6. 6. Image downloaded from Pixaby.com Integrity Freedom Creativity Collaboration Peace Honesty Autonomy Teamwork Contribution Recognition Community Partnership Success Power Excellence Beauty Harmony Adventure Health Discipline Loyalty Equality Joy Order Status Achievement Fairness Growth Security Reliability
  7. 7. The Value of Your Values  Why people buy from you:  Organisational values  Alignment  Reinforces their sense of “me”  Why people connect with you:  Personal values  Shared view of the world  We like people like us – it’s easier
  8. 8. Creating focus I Developing capability I Achieving aspirations Valuing your Values  Uses less effort  Attracts (and repels) the right people  Creates a sense of balance  Decisions are aligned  Creates a stronger brand  Deepens relationships  Keeps you on track in the face of difficulties  Increases your value to others
  9. 9. “It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are” Image downloaded from Pixaby.com Roy Disney
  10. 10. Questions to ask yourself  What are my values?  What is most important to me?  Do I live my values everyday?  Where in my life do I need to be more aligned with my values?
  11. 11. Thank you Check out my events page for workshops and events in 2019. www.sgdevelopmentsolutions.com/events Creating focus I Developing capability I Achieving aspirations

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