for Life Values Assessment

Community. To be deeply involved with a group that has a larger purpose beyond one's self. To perform in effective and caring teamwork.

Creativity. To be innovative. To create new and better ways of doing things.

Enjoyment. To enjoy my work. To have fun doing it.

Expertness. To become a known and respected authority in what I do.

Family. To have time with my family

Friendship. To work with people I respect and to be respected by them

Health. To be physically and mentally fit.

Independence. To have freedom of thought and action. To be able to act in terms of my own time schedules and priorities.

Integrity. To live and work in compliance with my personal moral standards. To be honest and acknowledge/stand up for my personal beliefs.

Leadership. To motivate and energize other people. To feel responsible for identifying and accomplishing needed group tasks.

Location. To be able to live where I want to live.

Loyalty. To be committed to the goals of a group of people who share my beliefs, values and ethical principles.

Personal Accomplishment. To achieve significant goals. To be involved in undertakings I believe personally are significant - whether or not they bring me recognition from others.

Personal Development. To learn and to do challenging work that will help me grow, that will allow me to utilize my best talents and mature as a human being.

Power. To have the authority to approve or disapprove proposed courses of action. To make assignments and control allocation of people and resources.

Prestige. To be seen by others as successful. To become well known. To obtain recognition and status in my chosen field.

Security. To have a steady income that fully meets my family's basic needs.

Service. To contribute to the well-being and satisfaction of others. To help people who need help and improve society.

Wealth. To earn a great deal of money (i.e., well beyond my family's basic needs). To be financially independent.

Wisdom. To grow in understanding of myself, my personal calling and life's real purpose. To grow in knowledge and practice my religious beliefs. To discern and do the will of God and find lasting meaning in what I do.

Career Test for the Soul  •  •  based on Your Soul at Work
Copyright 2002, Nicholas Weiler