Uncover Your Values

Hello, as a Joyolgist, I am on a mission to make one more person more joyful every day so that we can ripple more inner peace out in the world.  

Thank you for wanting to bring more joy into your life. When one more person is living a life where they are happier and living their best life, their energy feeds to others around them!

I am a big believer that everyone has a joy equation…. a personal recipe for their personal joy.   

Knowing your values and aligning your resources to those values are a big part of feeling joy.

You may be asking yourself self- WHY?

Because when you are not spending your time and financial resources on things that mean the most to you, you feel friction.  

Think about it…….. how would you feel if integrity is an important value and you were working for someone you know does not follow through on their promises, they say one thing but do another, and they are just ugly?  

You will probably feel frustrated, and yucky because you see the colleague/supervisor make promises that they will not keep, and you are told to remain silent. 


I have created this exercise to help you figure out what is important to you. At the end of the exercise, you will be able to create a purpose statement that can serve as your beacon for happiness.

A women feeling pure joy because of coaching

How to Use the Values Exercise

This exercise has 6 parts to complete in order to get the most clarity about what is most important to you.  

I have an audio of each section to walk you through the entire playbook.  You can do these all in one setting, or you can do Steps 1-4 in one setting and then return to do steps 5 and 6 at another time. 

The first thing you need to do is to download the playbook. Here is link to the workbook

alues exercise that will help you understand what is important to you and help craft your purpose statement.

Step 1- Values Ratings

Step 2: Action Ratings

Step 3- Conscious Values vs Fear Based Values

Fear-based statement: I have to value (name of value) or else [bad consequence].”

Conscious-based Statement: I choose to  (value) because (reason) 

Step 4: Bucketing Your Values

Step 5- Turning Your Values from Concepts to Action

Step 6: Creating Your Purpose Statement

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