Social Responsibility: Work and cooperate with others for the good of society at large.
CourageActing in the face of fear. Standing up for beliefs.
EnvironmentRespect the planet
FairnessEquality of opportunity. Respecting everyone's rights.
ForgivenessThe ability to pardon others. Let go of hurts.
IntegrityAlignment between behavior and beliefs.
PeaceNonviolence. Conflict resolution.
Which of these social responsibility values are most important to you?
Mastery: Achieving. Individual pursuits. Status, power, and positions.
AchievementSuccessful completion of tasks or projects.
AdvancementGetting ahead. Being ambitious. Aspiring to higher levels.
AuthorityThe ability to direct events - to make things happen.
CompetenceCapable. Effective. Being good at something.
PowerControl over others. Influence.
RecognitionBeing noticed for effective efforts.
Which of these mastery values are most important to you?
Self-Development. The pursuit of challenge, creativity, and self-realization.
AdventureExciting experiences. Risk-taking.
ChallengeTest your ability. Stretch your limits.
CreativityInnovate. Find new ways to do things.
Inner HarmonyFeeling whole, integrated. Free of inner conflict.
KnowledgeIntellectual stimulation. New ideas. Understanding.
Personal GrowthSelf-awareness. Learning. Personal development.
Spiritual GrowthRelate to a higher power or purpose.
Which of these self-development values are most important to you?
Relationships: Interpersonal. Working with others. Helping. Shared experiences. Being part of a group or team.
BelongingConnected with others. Valued by others.
CommunicationExchange views. Deep listening. Dialogue.
DiplomacyResolve conflict. Find common ground.
FriendshipClose relationships. Ongoing companionship.
HelpingBeing of service. Taking care of others.
RespectRegard with honor. Show consideration.
TeamworkCooperate toward a common goal.
Which of these relationship values are most important to you?
Continuity: Enduring qualities. Traditions. Knowing where things fit.
OrderOrganized. Tidy. Neatness. Clean.
PerseveranceComplete the task. Push through.
RationalityConsistent. Logical. Reasoned.
SecuritySafe. Free from worry. Free of risk.
StabilityPredictable outcomes. Certainty.
TraditionThe way things have been done. Respect what is.
Which of these continuity values are most important to you?
Lifestyle: Personal choices and style. Ways of being in the world.
AestheticsThe desire for beauty and artistry.
AppearanceBeing fit. Looking good. Dressing well.
CommunityShared interest. Involved with neighbors.
FamilySpend time with and care for loved ones.
HealthPhysical, mental, emotional well-being.
IntimacyEmotional, spiritual connections.
PlayFun. Spontaneous. The lightness of spirit.
PleasureSatisfaction. Enjoyment. Delight.
ProsperityFinancial security. Comfort.
Which of these lifestyle values are most important to you?