If Belief is not a dominant theme for you, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have values. It probably means your values evolve and change based on your experiences.

  • Identify the aspects of your life that contribute most to your happiness and well-being. Is it your relationship with another person? The role you play in your family or career? Your education? Once you have determined these core pillars, make them a priority by devoting appropriate time and energy to them.
  • Listen closely to others’ values and beliefs. A thoughtful examination of others’ values and beliefs will help you explore, expand on and sharpen your own values.
  • Identify someone who shares your passions and interests. Spend more time with this person. This individual can help you find greater meaning and purpose in your life.
  • Keep in mind that Belief can be a powerful motivator and source of inspiration for others. When you need to motivate people, find ways to engage both their minds and hearts.

The document below is a quick reference tool that can help you increase your understanding of the Belief theme and its potential applications.