Make an evidence-based procedure for your values

With flexibility built into your evidence-based procedure, your values and targets will motivate you.


  1. Choose five values that are most important for you and make your evidence-based procedures.
    Think about what makes you feel that the values are fulfilled. Write it down.

  2. Think about whether the evidence-based procedure motivates you or limits you.
    If it holds you back, remember that you can change it at any time.

  3. If you need to make a new evidence-based procedure, remember that it should help you. Create them to serve you and your purpose.
    They should be accessible in a reasonable period of time. If necessary, you could establish some intermediate goals or reframe the experience. Positive feedback is very useful. Later you can always extend your values and goals.


No insights yet

Take action!

Our mobile app, Mentorist, will guide you on how to acquire this skill.
If you have the app installed