By Guest Contributor Sally Bibb
Your values are the things that matter to you. Those things that, if they weren’t present in your life would upset you. Examples of values are honesty, loyalty, generosity.
Ask yourself, what are the three most important things in my life and do they exist for me in my job and relationships? If not, what one small thing could you do to bring that value into your life more?
Your values are your strengths too as they’re the things that we really care about and are unhappy if they’re absent in our work or life. So it’s pretty important to know yours!
If you’re keen to make changes to your job, career or generally feel more fulfilled and confident you can find more help in The Strengths Workbook. It’s is an eight -week programme with short weekly and daily exercises.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sally Bibb is an award-winning business author, keynote speaker and founding director of Engaging Minds, a strengths consultancy. She leads strengths-based organisational change work in Europe, USA and Asia, and has a track record of achieving transformational results for her clients. She is also author of The Strengths Book and The Strengths Workbook.
Learn more about The Strengths Workbook
It’s human nature to focus more on our weaknesses because we are programmed to be alert to risks in our environment. We end up focusing on what isn’t working, often overshadowing all the positives. But what if you focused on and played to your strengths instead? When you understand your strengths, you know what will make you fulfilled, happy and successful. It means you can become the best version of yourself as well as being confident about who you are.
Most people don’t know their strengths and struggle to know what’s right for them. The Strengths Workbook changes that with an eight-week programme that you can start anytime. If you want to become more energised and effective in life, work and relationships, this workbook is for you.
Learn more about The Strengths Book
It’s human nature to focus more on our weaknesses because we are programmed to be alert to risks in our environment. We end up focusing on what isn’t working, often overshadowing all the positives. But what if you focused on and played to your strengths instead? This practical and succinct book aims to revolutionise your life by helping you to identify what exactly makes you happy so that you will make the right choices; decide whether a job, activity or course is right for you; and understand why things seem to flow with some activities and some people, and not others. Knowing these things about yourself, and spending more time on what really energises and fulfils you – your strengths – will ultimately lead to a happier and more successful life.
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