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🔑 Free infographic inside: Part of a deep dive series about mobilising the power of your values

Published about 2 months ago • 1 min read

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What is most important to you?

This is another way of asking what are your values?

Right now, humming away in the background of your being, is a set of values that direct your attention, influence the meaning you make and guide your actions.

What you value informs everything you do.

Getting to really know your values sharpens your self-awareness, which is why we'll be spending some time with them in the coming weeks. Starting here...

We've put together a one-page infographic with an introduction to values. Click on the image below to access. It's free!

Once you've had a read over it yourself, invite your team into a discussion around values. The more you surface each others' values, the clearer your communication will be.

You've got this,

PS. Next week, we'll dive deeper into values and why they are so important for building clarity and confidence. Until then, access your introduction to values infographic here.


PPS. Join our upcoming live webinar on transforming your beliefs; how to identify the limiting ones, how to change them and how to make the new ones stick.

Date: Friday 12 April
​Time: 12:30pm - 1:15pm (45 mins)
​Location: Zoom
​Cost: Free
​Next steps: Register here​

​Melis and Ben from 'this human' will guide you through real life examples of how beliefs increase clarity and confidence in service of what's next in your life.


PPPS. Join one or both of our upcoming courses. They both explore values in depth. Facilitated in small group settings, you will learn from and share with people like you who are eager to unlock their full potential.

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This Human by Melis Senova

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Enabling senior design professionals to be more influential within their organisations. ✨ Author of this human and design character, published by BIS Publishers.📚

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