Identifying Foundational Beliefs

September 28, 2016 sower40 1 comment

Foundational Beliefs

Foundational beliefs are what anchor our lives, the things that matter to us the most, and the non – negotiable characteristics that best describe who we are.

Look over the following list in its entirety and circle the words or phrases that best illustrate your true beliefs.

Add your own beliefs in the bottom of the list if you  you have beliefs not listed on the list.

Try to circle no more than 12 or 15 words. These words are the words that best describe you, even though there may be others that apply as well.

These words are not listed in any order of importance. Once you have circled your 12-15 words that best describe you, Pick the 5 that really define you and add as comment in this post, giving a  brief description of why! 

Believe Believe Believe Believe Believe
Accomplishment Affirmation Ambition Authenticity Beauty
Caution  Career Collaboration Communicating  Community
Compassion Competence Competition Consistency with religious/spiritual beliefs Creativity
Determination Diligence  Efficiency   Elegance Encouragement Enlightenment
Excellence Experiencing Pleasure Excitement Faithfulness Family
Forgiveness Forward looking  Freedom  Frugality Fulfillment
Fun Gentleness Genuineness Good taste Growth
Hard work Honesty Humility Humor  Impacting people
Independence Influence inspiring others Integrity Joy
Lack of pretense Love of learning Love Loyalty Marriage
Making money Mentoring Nurturing Obedience Orderliness
Patience Peace Perfection Performance Persistence
Personal power Physical vitality Productivity Purity Quality
Recognition Relaxation Respect for people Respect for life Respect for the environment
Risk taking Security Self esteem Self-expression Sensitivity
Service Sexual Fulfillment Silence Sincerity Solitude
Spiritual growth Stability Success Temperance Tolerance
Tongue control Tranquility Trust Truth Winning

Once you complete this exercise, share with others; add those as part of the comments.

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