What are your values? - Shared screen with speaker view
Manners are important to us as a family
i would add trust and fairness
politeness is important to my family
the ability to tolerate other people behaviours I love to teach my children
would it be possible for the list to be shown again please
Great chat, worth pointing out that our values do really change after becoming a parent, never been spoken about it
not what I admire, but the opposite...a friend has let me down several times recently- so reliable is something that I value. which i guess is something ?more important to a child...eg if u say u are gonna do something/ be there then to do it!
my baby is super friendly and I really try to be too. 😌
there's a saying that there's a 10000 different versions of you.. how each different person perceives u...and probably not the same as u think of yourself lol
We often just assume what other people think of us and don't check. I thought my MIL would judge me if I didn't go back to work because she worked while having 4 kids but the other day she said "seems like a waste". i I didn't realise she valued my professional skills. The story I was telling myself was she would think I was lazy.
sorry I don’t really catch the question!
I chose discovery as a value and here am I exploring mush video chats!
rutine and order
what theories (if any) inform your training and coaching styles?
do you have any advice on how to make a decision when your values changed?
how do you really know what your values are? there were a lot of words that you would agree with but how do you know which ones are true to you
i have so many ideas of things I want to do but never the power to execute them how do I go about doing that
This was really useful!Thanks so much
thank you ☺️