Extended List of Personal Values

Here is an extended list of personal values to help you identify your core values in the post 3 Steps to Define Your Personal Values and Live Your Truths.

 

Abundance

Acceptance

Accomplishment

Accountability

Accuracy

Achievement

Adaptable

Adventure

Allegiance

Altruism

Ambition

Appreciation

Articulacy

Assertiveness

Aspiration

Assiduous

Authenticity

Autonomy

Aware

Balance

Benevolence

Bold

Brilliance

Calmness

Camaraderie

Caring

Challenge

Charity

Chastity

Cheerful

Citizenship

Class

Clarity

Collaboration

Commitment

Community

Compassion

Competence

Competitive

Composure

Concern

Conscientious

Consideration

Consistency

Constancy

Cooperation

Courage

Courtesy

Creativity

Credibility

Decency

Decisive

Dedication

Democracy

Dependability

Determination

Discipline

Diversity

Easygoing

Education

Efficiency

Empathy

Encouragement

Equality

Equity

Excellence

Fairness

Faith

Faithful

Fidelity

Flexibility

Focus

Forgiveness

Fortitude

Freedom

Friendship

Fun

Generosity

Gentle

Genuine

Giving

Goodness

Goodwill

Gracious

Gratitude

Hardworking

Helpful

Honesty

Honor

Hope

Humility

Independent

Individuality

Industrious

Influence

Ingenuity

Initiative

Insightful

Integrity

Intelligence

Joy

Justice

Kindness

Law-abiding

Leadership

Learning

Liberty

Love

Loyalty

Mindful

Moderation

Obedience

Open-minded

Open

Opportunity

Optimism

Patience

Peace

Perseverance

Personal Growth

Philanthropy

Practicality

Professionalism

Prudence

Punctuality

Purity

Reason

Recognition

Reconciliation

Reliability

Repentance

Resilience

Resourceful

Respect

Responsibility

Sacrifice

Self-control

Self-Identity

Sensitivity

Serenity

Service

Sharing

Significance

Simplicity

Sincerity

Sobriety

Spirituality

Stability

Stamina

Strength

Supportive

Thoughtful

Tolerance

Tradition

Tranquility

Trust

Understanding

Unique

Unity

Virtue

Vitality

Warmth 

Willingness

Wisdom

Zen

 

 

 

 

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