Values are universal - we all have them.


Each of us: you, me and everyone else have our own unique personal pattern of priority values.

Values are big, emotionally rich ideas that help us make sense of the world and our place in that world. Our values lie behind our choices and our behaviours. Our values shape how we feel about, respond and rise to both our daily life and our ultimate grand plan.

There are no good or bad values. Each value shows up to serve: to help us withstand or resolve something, to strengthen our relationships with others or our sense of connection with our own skills and talents .

Conscious connection with values has measurable positive impacts. Connection can increase innovation, productivity, trust, confidence and courage while reducing the harmful effects of stress and fear.

Values are hot stuff!

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#worldvaluesday next Thursday! The World Values Day crew are encouraging reflection on what we truly value.
Research says consciously living out our #values contributes to our #wellbeing.
Why?
In part because our values are centr…https://t.co/qQK94RRtXW https://t.co/Kpy43vIr90

Do you know a 7-11-year-old? @HVF_Values have an amazing story writing competition for them! For the chance to win a host of great prizes, check out the opportunity here: https://t.co/ChdCiouzto

Deadline: 17th October 2019

Theme for #worldvaluesday 2019 is #wellbeing. Here's a World Values Day blog from 2018 by @Alan31Practices and me on the related topic of #resilience and #values with thanks to Kathryn McEwen for her great definition. https://t.co/YdZf0n8qlz

How incredible are our NHS surgeons?

A teenager has made a ‘miraculous’ recovery after a horrific horse accident.

Please spare a RT for all the surgical staff who do incredible things every day.
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