Just like successful companies and organizations need a plan, the same goes for the family. Companies often refer to their mission or purpose to remind their employees and staff of the what’s most important.
Core Values are a go-to tool for explaining a company’s central goals and mission. And the good news is your family can do the same.
Far too often families are caught in the trap of responding to the urgent matters or current crisis, and as a result they end up with little time or energy to stop long enough to create a plan.
Your core values answer the following questions:
What do you believe in? What really matters to you? What values help govern how you live your life? What values do you want to pass on to your children? SusanSeay.com