Our values

January 18, 2020


Don’t tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money and I’ll tell you what they are.”

James W. Frick


Values are described as “a person’s judgement of what is important in life.”

The reason that understanding our values is so important is because your money decisions will reflect your values.

By lining up your money decisions with your core personal values, you’ll be able to focus on what’s most important to you and it will mean that you have less misalignment with how you feel about where you’re spending your money.

So where are you spending your money, and does it align with your values?

Firstly, we need to know our own personal life values. You can work these out via the values exercise below.


Determine Your Core Values


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