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Values are those beliefs that you feel are at the core of your personality.

a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.


Are you using your values to make everyday decisions?

Values are the anchorpoints of your life.

Ken Keis

Values can change throughout your life.

However, you can have values that are consistent throughout your life.

IF you can be clear on your values that are non-negotiable and that you “live” by, you will be much happier in your life.

detailed illustration of an unbalanced balance

        NEEDS                     FEARS

Your need to fulfill your values is counterpointed by your fear that you aren’t living the live that you believe in  makes you feel insecure and stressed.

When NEED for Acceptance is high, FEAR of Rejection is also high.

When NEED for Power is high, FEAR of Dependency is also high.

According to Ken Keis,

When we are not living in alignment with our values, our personal energy is disrupted, our internal drive is hindered, and our fulfillment is diminished. ”

If you are interested in defining what your Values are at this time, you would like to visit to do the Values Preference Indicator (VPI) assessment to find out what your high priority Values are so you can live a fullfilled life.

Ken Keis Ph.D, C .P.C., President and CEO of Consulting Resource Group International Inc. (CRG) is the author of Why aren’t you more like me?,  Deliberate Leadership and Quest for Purpose.

As co-creator of CRG’s proprietary holisitic developmental models, assignments and courses, Ken Keis is an expert in assisting individuals, couples, families, teams and organizations to realize their potential and purpose in the emotional, mental, psychological, intellectual, interpersonal, physical and spiritual life.

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