Values are short statements that define what you believe in. In this video, learn how to find meaningful values.
- The first building blocks of motivation are values.…In general, what do you believe in?…What gets you up in the morning?…What made you do the work that you did today?…Many of use seemingly do things blindly.…Yet if we slow down,…and take a magnifying glass to our actions,…we'll realize that somewhere along the line of value,…something that we believe in, drove us to them.…For instance, let's say you're in the market…for a career upgrade.…
Ask yourself, what value is driving this action?…In this case, searching for a new job.…It may seem obvious,…after all I pretty much stayed emotive…in the premise of better job.…However, take a deeper dive,…why does getting a better job matter at all?…Perhaps you hate being watched,…and the job you seek offers more autonomy.…Write that down, and ask again,…why does autonomy matter to me?…Maybe you've got a kind soul, and want to serve.…
Write service down and ask again,…why does service matter to me?…Is it the ability to impact others?…Do you want more influence and notoriety?…
- Recall the three elements that comprise the Result Hour equation.
- Identify three examples of a system and explain how they could help someone achieve results.
- Explain why having someone hold you accountable helps you stay focused on results.
- Compare visions and actions and how they relate to each other.
- Recognize why it's important that your direct reports also understand the S+A+M = Result formula.