The single biggest thing you can do to increase your self-esteem and self-confidence is to clarify your values and then live a life with integrity based on those values. Sometime this is referred to as having fidelity with your authentic self. In more common terms it is being true to yourself.
Sometimes this can be painful and cause discomfort because living your own life may go against what others want from you. However, I try to remember that my pain is about what truly matters to me. If it didn’t matter I would not care. Hence, look for the gold in your pain. It is what you treasure.
- Do you want to live a more meaningful life with a sense of vitality and purpose?
- Do you want to know what really makes you tick?
- How do you bring your values to life in your job, relationship or leisure?
I discovered an on-line self test to help you get at the essence of your heart’s desire and address the above questions.
The site is called Life Values Inventory. I was so impressed with the results I want to give you the chance to take this FREE test and begin to bring a greater clarity to the direction you want to live.I am serious about how wonderful this site is. It is well worth the time to take the test.
The bonus on the site is the articles (optional reading) were packed full of useful information on how to put your values to work in generating a more balanced life.
I invite you to take the test at the Life Values Inventory.
Then, check back in and let me know about your experience. I am curious about what you learned. Also, I need you help with feedback on the Life Values Inventory test. if it is useful. I am thinking it might be useful for clients. What’s your opinion?
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