What do you want to be remembered for? (Values Activity)
Take yourself a long way forward in time; a very long way forward – to your own funeral. Imagine a coffin and a group of people who have assembled to pay their last respects. There’s quite a large crowd.
Four people who have known you move to the front of the audience and speak about you.
For each one of them, ask yourself – What would I like this person to say? NOT what you think they feel about you, but what would you truly like them to say?
An activity that can change your life (I mean it!)
This is a life-changing activity I use to help my clients elicit their most important values and align those to their goals.
Your values, together with your beliefs, are driving your life. In a way or another, consciously or unconsciously, all your thoughts, feelings, and actions are dictated by what’s is important to you and what you believe in.
If you want to get some good results in life, everything you think and do must be aligned with who you are, so it’s crucial to discover what your most important values are, and a way to do so is to ask yourself:
What do I want to be remembered for?