Identifying Your Values

Identifying Values
Why do you do what you do?  It can be easy to get caught up in the day-to-day rush, with shortsighted focus on daily tasks. Take time to step back and look at the roles you play in your life: parent, employee, family member, friend.  As you plan, remember that your days reflect your weeks, your weeks create your year, and your years should build toward your most important roles and goals. In the end, all of your choices should take you closer to the person you want to become.
Ben Franklin became very intentional about his “why” with the 13 Virtues he identified. His method for finding these governing values can still be applied today to help you identify your highest priorities.   Read more
Hyrum Smith said, “Your governing values are the foundation of personal fulfillment.”

Meet Atonya Cuffee!  Here is what she had to say about her Franklin Planner:

Atonya Cuffee

“Some people see my planner videos and think I am so organized, but in reality I am a natural procrastinator. Planning has changed my life because it enables me to manage myself and allows me to focus on what I value most. Our greatest asset is our time here on this earth and planning empowers us to use our time efficiently.

“I chose Franklin Planner because of its well thought-out system and high quality planner products. I took a Franklin Planner course through my employer several years ago and have been hooked ever since.

“I have achieved academic and business success with planning, but most importantly, planning has allowed me to be a better wife and mother.”

Atonya Cuffee

Atonya makes videos on practical planning, organization, and small business on her website She has been married for 22 years and is a mother of two as well as a Business Analyst.

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