Articulating a value in words doesn't necessarily help you live it better. But you still might want to write out a value you have for various reasons: to help someone see what's important to you; to find people who share the value, by circulating a text; to inspire strangers; or on a design project, to set a clear objective, and to check with users whether they have a specific value and were able to live by it.
Invent It Yourself
Can you separate clearly articulated values, gathered from a survey?
A Friendly Disagreement
How could you tell a colleague or relative what you mean by integrity?
Planning a Wedding
Is it enough information, to plan a wedding for people who value 'community'?
- Improve the writing of a value at meaning supplies
- Write up why you admire someone as a well-articulated value
- lead a values discussion amongst "easy" people that are already very articulate about these things
- lead a values discussion amongst some of your classmates
- help others articulate and clarify their values in an online forum
We'll help you explore how.
goals are evident in the plans they make and the actions they take. A person's
preferences are evident when they choose one thing over another.
What's the evidence that we have certain
values and not others? In this chapter, we look to our emotions, life transitions, and experiences of meaning (or meaninglessness) to gather precise information about values.