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!

Rainbows for Nightingale...

NHS Nightingale are looking for pictures and messages based on the value of #hope created by children to brighten the walls and offer patients a feeling of #hope and being #cared about.

http://facebook.com/115644510078435/posts/118944266415126/?d=n

#NHS #Nightingale #spreadkindness

The amazing 2-week guest author lineup for #QuarantineWritingHour. Let's thank ALL of them for their generosity:
@gretchenrubin
@sallykohn
@JoannaColes
@SusanDavid_PhD
@mbrandolph
@realdanlyons
@DrKenCarter
@LeilaSalesBooks
@DanSchawbel
@amandapalmer

#AllWriteTogether

Doctors and nurses are getting a lot of mention for treating #COVID19 patients. Can we please take a moment to also recognise the vital work from domestic staff, kitchen staff, OT’s, PT’s, pharmacists It is a team effort, anyone working in an #NHS hospital is on the frontline.

If Coronavirus thought it could damage the morale of NHS staff, it had better think again 💪

Please RT if you’re glad to have these lifesavers on your side

WE WILL NOT GIVE IN!

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