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    Personal Values Assessment

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    The results are kind of hard to share because of the way they are presented... Here's the summary, I suppose?

    From the values you selected it is clear that:
    · You are a person for whom meaning is important. You have a strong set of moral standards which are
    important in how you treat others and how you wish to be treated.
    · You seek to uncover more of your authentic self by looking to develop and grow. You are starting to
    overcome your anxieties and fears.

    Your values show:
    · Showing kindness and giving to others allow you to express your true spirit.
    · Living with a passionate and an upbeat, fun-loving approach are important to you.
    · You have high aspirations and seek to improve your circumstances.
    · Sharing the lessons of your experience to support and guide others is a focus for you.
    · You have the strength to face your fears and to speak up even when things may be difficult.
    · Fostering open discussion and the exchange of ideas helps you create understanding and connection.
    · You have a flair for thinking of new ideas or ways of working and enjoy trying to bring them to fruition.
    · You enjoy working with others and like to cooperate and share experiences.

    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities and the connections you build with others are both important to you. Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be likely to feel upset if your value of "teamwork" was not being honored by someone else. Similarly, if you make a
    decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled about the
    decision, because you are not being true to yourself.

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    "From the values you selected it is clear that you are a person for whom meaning is important. You have a
    strong set of moral standards which are important in how you treat others and how you wish to be
    treated.
    Your values show:
    · You are true to yourself and your principles while being receptive to the ideas of others.
    · You demonstrate dedication in all that you do.
    · You show a strong sense of caring and feel empathy for others.
    · You have the strength to face your fears and to speak up even when things may be difficult.
    · Having meaningful close relationships with others is important in your life.
    · You have a fun-loving approach to life and enjoy sharing good times.
    · You seek opportunities to constantly develop and learn from your experiences.
    · You strive to show consideration to others and want to feel that this same courtesy is extended to you.
    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities and the connections you build with
    others are both important to you.
    Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that
    we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be
    likely to feel upset if your value of "commitment" was not being honoured by someone else. Similarly, if you
    make a decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled about the
    decision, because you are not being true to yourself.
    You have selected one value which might be classed as potentially limiting or fear based:
    Control: A desire for control may illustrate an underlying fear or lack of trust. It can also indicate a need for
    power over others and can inhibit relationships.
    To what extent do you think that this affects the decisions you make and how others see you?"

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    Your values show:
    · You make a conscious effort to hear and consider the opinions of others and to persevere calmly when
    things are slow to come to fruition.
    · In your pursuits, you always strive to be at the top of your game.
    · You are open to unforeseen possibilities and are accepting of what the future will bring.
    · Ensuring that people are treated justly and that everyone has the same opportunities are essential for
    you.
    · Remaining in control of your finances and ensuring that you are not over-stretched provide you with
    comfort.
    · You have a fun-loving approach to life and enjoy sharing good times.
    · You seek opportunities to constantly develop and learn from your experiences.
    · You are dependable and you want others to know that they can count on you.
    · It is important that you feel secure and you seek to protect yourself and your loved ones from harm.
    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities are most important to you.

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    Here's what I got, interesting test

    From the values you selected it is clear that it is important to you that you feel a sense of self-worth. If this need is not met you will experience anxiety about not being enough.
    · You appreciate high standards of quality and strive to succeed and be at the top of your game.
    · Living with a passionate and an upbeat, fun-loving approach are important to you.
    · You are able to think imaginatively and are not afraid to take a chance on opportunities to use your skills to produce new ideas.
    · Having meaningful close relationships with others is important in your life.
    Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be likely to feel upset if your value of "being the best" was not being honoured by someone else. Similarly, if you make a decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled about the decision, because you are not being true to yourself.
    · Personal image: How you come across to others is important to you. Focusing on image alone can indicate that you question your capabilities and/or your ability to earn respect.
    · Being liked: Feeling a need to be liked by others can lead to situations where you compromise your values to please someone else. It may result in a lack of openness and honesty with others.
    Your values show:
    You have selected two values which might be classed as potentially limiting or fear based:
    To what extent do you think that this affects the decisions you make and how others see you?
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    I found it difficult to choose only 10

    From the values you selected it is clear that you operate across a number of areas and are therefore adaptable and able to focus on supporting the common good as well as your own self interests.

    Your values show:
    · You find motivation from within and appreciate the freedom of autonomy.
    · You are true to yourself and your principles while being receptive to the ideas of others.
    · Having a sense of capability and expertise is significant for you.
    · You have the strength to face your fears and to speak up even when things may be difficult.
    · Close relationships are of the utmost importance to you and they are central in the decisions that you make.
    · Physical and mental well-being is important to you and you make efforts to keep in as good a condition as possible.
    · Modesty and unpretentiousness are apparent in your interactions with others.
    · Experience has provided you with insight and understanding, enabling you to think clearly and to guide others.

    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities are most important to you. Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be likely to feel upset if your value of "integrity" was not being honored by someone else. Similarly, if you make a decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled about the decision, because you are not being true to yourself.

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    Really hard to choose 10 only but these are the results.

    You have chosen positive values in each area. This indicates that you are able to lead a balanced and fulfilled
    life. It is rare that we see this. From the values you selected it is clear that you are starting to really live
    your sense of purpose and are cooperating with others for mutual benefit and fulfillment.

    Your values show:
    · You show determination and resolution in your efforts to be effective and fulfill your aims.
    · Maintaining holistic balance is important to you, with efforts to keep in as good a condition as possible.
    · You are true to yourself and your principles and show consideration to those around you.
    · Being a contributing member of your community is meaningful for you.
    · Leaving a legacy for others and a world that holds promise for the future are priorities you are passionate
    about.
    · You enjoy having opportunities to guide and direct others. You are not afraid to take charge.
    · You are dependable and you want others to know that they can count on you.
    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities are most important to you. From
    your choice of values you also demonstrate care for the greater good (community involvement, future
    generations).

    Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that
    we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be
    likely to feel upset if your value of "community involvement" was not being honored by someone else. Similarly,
    if you make a decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled
    about the decision, because you are not being true to yourself.
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    You have chosen positive values in each area. This indicates that you are able to lead a balanced and fulfilled life. It is rare that we see this. From the values you selected it is clear that you operate across a number of areas and are therefore adaptable and able to focus on supporting the common good as well as your own self interests.

    Your values show: · Remaining in control of your finances and having sufficient means and time to spend on your personal pursuits is a priority for you. · You are able to think imaginatively and use your skills to produce new ideas. · Conserving the resources of the planet is a high priority for you and you are conscious of your impact on the world. · You appreciate high standards of quality and are driven to maintain these in all aspects of your life. · Having meaningful close relationships with others is important in your life. · You appreciate the freedom of autonomy and not being reliant on others. · You are true to yourself and your principles and try to live your life accordingly. · You seek holistic balance by striving to maintain harmony in all aspects of your life. ·

    Experience has provided you with insight and understanding, enabling you to think clearly and to guide others.The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities are most important to you. From your choice of values you also demonstrate care for the greater good (environmental awareness).Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be likely to feel upset if your value of "balance (home/work)" was not being honored by someone else. Similarly, if you make a decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled Oabout the decision, because you are not being true to yourself.
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    From the values you selected it is clear that:
    · It is important to you that you devote your life to serving others in pursuit of your passion or purpose and
    vision.
    · You are a person for whom meaning is important. You have a strong set of moral standards which are
    important in how you treat others and how you wish to be treated.
    Your values show:
    · Showing a deep sense of empathy, consideration and understanding for others allows you to move
    beyond hurt and pardon wrong doings.
    · Your ability to think imaginatively and come up with new ideas helps you to be flexible and respond well
    to change.
    · Conserving the resources of the planet is a high priority for you and you are conscious of your impact on
    the world.
    · Modesty and unpretentiousness are apparent in your interactions with others.
    · You have a fun-loving approach to life and enjoy sharing good times.
    · You remain calm in times of frustration and are willing to wait for things to come to fruition.
    · It is important that you feel secure and you seek to protect yourself and your loved ones from harm.
    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities are most important to you. From
    your choice of values you also demonstrate care for the greater good (environmental awareness).
    Understanding our values helps us better understand ourselves and why we may act or react in the way that
    we do. For example, if someone undermines one of your values it can result in feelings of hurt; you would be
    likely to feel upset if your value of "compassion" was not being honored by someone else. Similarly, if you
    make a decision which goes against one of your values this may lead you to feel uneasy or unsettled about the
    decision, because you are not being true to yourself.
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    From the values you selected it is clear that you are a person for whom meaning is important. You have a
    strong set of moral standards which are important in how you treat others and how you wish to be
    treated.
    Your values show:
    · It is important to you that information is clearly understood and you welcome others' contributions to
    ensure transparency in your interactions.
    · You see possibilities where others cannot and you strive to leave the world a better place for those who
    will follow.
    · You are able to think imaginatively and use your skills to produce new ideas.
    · You like to be effective in your endeavors and make best use of your time.
    · Ensuring that people are treated justly and that everyone has the same opportunities are essential for
    you.
    · You enjoy having opportunities to guide and direct others. You are not afraid to take charge.
    · You seek opportunities to constantly develop and learn from your experiences.
    · Experience has provided you with insight and understanding, enabling you to think clearly and to guide
    others.

    The type of values you selected indicates that your individual capabilities are most important to you. From
    your choice of values you also demonstrate care for the greater good (future generations)
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