Find out what your values are

Instructions

  1. Write down what you believe in terms of your values and ethics.
    Think of what you admire most in people, consider your past experiences as well. 
  2. Categorize the values in groups and identify the central theme.
    Some common examples are family, loyalty, creativity, freedom. 
  3. Choose your top core values.
    Now that you know where your ethics stand, always defend and put them first in a conversation or when confronted with a life-changing decision. By knowing where you stand, you can become an antifragile person.

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