Finding Yourself – Day 4

Ok, we’re getting to the crux of the challenge. We’ve looked at what we really want, and how we want to be remembered. This post is about guiding the journey. If our goals are our destination, than the kind of car we are taking is our values. Everyone has values, and each person’s values reveals a deep aspect of themselves. However, most people don’t stop to take stock on what their values really are. Which is the goal of this post


  1. First, read this post
  2. Then, go to this website and work on your own value list. It even helps you rank them (my biggest challenge):
  3. Optional: read the second part
    Basically, Steve says that before you make a big decision, you see if it aligns with your values

Note: Values change as people change. It’s good to re-asses your values every once in a while to make sure you are being accurate with yourself.

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Jason is a tech entrepreneur and advocate for Asian American men. He's written extensively and spoken all over the world about how individuals and organizations develop their competitive advantage. Follow him at @jasonshen.

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