On this webpage you can learn more about how it works
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It's a cliché but it's scientifically very true; everyone's different and has a unique personality and character traits.
The way we are greatly influences how we naturally would approach situations and make decisions. By being aware about our own personal tendencies we can objectively asses situations and avoid going through life in ''personal autopilot''.
There are multiple different ways of measuring personality. One of the simplest and most accurate is the https://www.16personalities.com/ test which takes on average less than 12 minutes to fill in.
I highly recommend running through it if you haven't done so yet as it will give a (often scarily accurate) description of your personality and some well-known people who have the same personality!
When you provide your personalitytype (for example: INTP-A) you will receive specific tips/strenghts/weaknesses that correspond with your own personality!
We all know what we're good at, what we're less good at, and what we are grateful for. But, these things can easily slip away while you go through your busy life or are completely wrapped up in a project or other commitment. It's therefore helpful to be reminded of these things so that you can be more mindful and intentional about your actions.
Fill in as many answers to the below questions as you wish, ideally at least 5 but more is better ;)
Your principles & values are the things you believe in which guide your conscious decision-making process.
Your values are more time and trend dependant. They are what you currently value and place emphasis on
To help define your own principles and values there are two resources with a lot of examples that I recommend looking at.https://personalvalu.es/personal-values-listhttps://jamesclear.com/core-values
But, it's important to merely use these for inspiration and to reword and define your principles yourself in an actionable manner. Author Simon Sinek describes why very well:
“For values or guiding principles to be truly effective, they have to be verbs. It’s not “integrity,” it’s “always do the right thing.” It’s not “innovation,” it’s “look at the problem from a different angle.” Articulating our values as verbs gives us a clear idea how to act in any situation.”
Your objectives are simply the measurable outcomes you have committed yourself to accomplish.
The following questions are really about what you already have defined as goals and are not meant to be thought up right now on the spot.
Setting clear objectives for yourself is an important process in itself which I'd gladly share some more information on. But, when it comes to goals you better be all in or all out. Being half or vaguely committed will often not lead to desired results and you'll likely end up feeling bad or guilty for not achieving them.