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    Default New Schwartz's Values Survey / Test on Facebook

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    My Results:

    Your answers were grouped into 10 overarching values, and then the importance that you gave to them was ranked to give the values that most motivate you.
    The top three values that most strongly motivate you are...

    #1 Self-Direction
    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #2 Universalism
    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.

    #3 Benevolence
    You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.

    The other values in decreasing order of importance to you are...

    #4 Stimulation: You value excitement and daring to do new things.
    #5 Hedonism: You value pleasure and personal gratification.
    #6 Achievement: You value competence and personal success.
    #7 Tradition: You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.
    #8 Conformity: You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.
    #9 Security: You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.
    #10 Power: You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.
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    #1 Universalism

    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.


    #2 Self-Direction

    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.


    #3 Conformity

    You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.
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    ― Friedrich Nietzsche




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    Exactly the same Top 3 as @OrangeAppled.

    EDIT: No, wait, top 6.

    #1 Self-Direction
    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #2 Universalism
    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.

    #3 Benevolence
    You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.

    And here are the rest in descending order of importance.

    #4 Stimulation
    You value excitement and daring to do new things.

    #5 Hedonism
    You value pleasure and personal gratification.

    #6 Achievement
    You value competence and personal success.

    #7 Security
    You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.

    #8 Conformity
    You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.

    #9 Tradition
    You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.

    #10 Power
    You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.

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    No, I'm not self-absorbed.

    #1 Hedonism

    You value pleasure and personal gratification.

    #2 Self-Direction

    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #3 Universalism

    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.


    The other values in decreasing order of importance to you are...

    #4 Stimulation
    You value excitement and daring to do new things.

    #5 Benevolence
    You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.

    #6 Achievement
    You value competence and personal success.

    #7 Security
    You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.

    #8 Power
    You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.

    #9 Conformity
    You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.

    #10 Tradition
    You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.

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    It's interesting that we all got self-direction and universalism in the top three...

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    The top three values that most strongly motivate you are...

    #1 Self-Direction
    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #2 Achievement
    You value competence and personal success.

    #3 Hedonism (I think I'm an altruistic hedonist)
    You value pleasure and personal gratification.

    The other values in decreasing order of importance to you are...

    #4 Universalism
    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.

    #5 Benevolence
    You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.

    #6 Security
    You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.

    #7 Stimulation
    You value excitement and daring to do new things.

    #8 Conformity
    You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.

    #9 Power
    You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.

    #10 Tradition
    You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.

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    I thought this was a pretty interesting test. The top three results really got me thinking on what drives me. How they mix together.

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    The top three values that most strongly motivate you are...

    #1 Stimulation
    You value excitement and daring to do new things.

    #2 Self-Direction
    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #3 Achievement
    You value competence and personal success.


    The other values in decreasing order of importance to you are...

    #4 Hedonism
    You value pleasure and personal gratification.

    #5 Universalism
    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.

    #6 Benevolence
    You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.

    #7 Power
    You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.

    #8 Security
    You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.

    #9 Conformity
    You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.

    #10 Tradition
    You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.

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    #1 Universalism
    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.

    #2 Self-Direction
    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #3 Benevolence
    You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.

    The other values in decreasing order of importance to you are...

    #4 Stimulation
    You value excitement and daring to do new things.
    #5 Conformity
    You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.
    #6 Achievement
    You value competence and personal success.
    #7 Hedonism
    You value pleasure and personal gratification.
    #8 Tradition
    You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.
    #9 Security
    You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.
    #10 Power
    You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.
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    they've gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the colour of my mind.

    - Emily Bronte

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    The top three values that most strongly motivate you are...

    #1 Self-Direction
    You value being able to think your own thoughts and do your own actions.

    #2 Hedonism
    You value pleasure and personal gratification.

    #3 Universalism
    You value 'big' goals, exemplified by understanding and tolerance of all people and nature.

    The other values in decreasing order of importance to you are...

    #4 Stimulation: You value excitement and daring to do new things.
    #5 Achievement: You value competence and personal success.
    #6 Benevolence: You value the preservation and enhancement of the welfare of those that you are with.
    #7 Conformity: You value actions that respect others and the norms of a good society.
    #8 Security: You value stability, safety, and harmony of society, relationships, and of yourself.
    #9 Power: You value social status, prestige, and control over people and resources.
    #10 Tradition: You value respect and commitment to the customs and ideas that have served society well through history.
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