MVP: What I choose to do and not do reflects my values.
The third epiphany has been the most challenging for me because it has forced me to confront some of the inconsistencies in how I live my life.
The third epiphany: My choices reflect my values.
All too often, I skip my morning movement and my afternoon walk, even though I say that I value my health. I skip them because I have a burning project, like editing my book, that I want to complete.
These choices force me to examine my values. What do I value more than my health? What value is the book providing?
Everything we choose to do or not do represents a choice in values. When we choose to react, rather than be intentional, what does that say about our values?
Today’s intention: Think about opportunities you have to grow other people today or tomorrow. What tasks are more important?