More often than not, we find ourselves performing so well at organization, institution, corporate levels and social gatherings yet under perform in our personal life.
I find it ironic that a senior lecturer in campus could be so good at finance degree courses such as; accounting, business or economics. Yet be so bad at managing his or her own finances worse more managing his or her own life.
Essentially, finance is concerned with the management of money, my concern is, why would a lecturers right hand perform so well while the left hand deteriorate?
This may be as a result of poor personal leadership.
Setting your personal core values is a step to personal leadership, isn’t it ironic that we can recite in seconds the core values of the company, institute, or organization we work for yet we have no idea what we stand for as individuals, how do you run with your company’s core values yet your personal core values are unclear?
Many claim to understand their own values, but you don’t understand them until you write them down, live them and test them through daily decision – making.
Values highlight what we stand for. They represent our uniqueness, individual essence, guide our behavior, provide us with personal code of conduct and influence our decision making.
WHAT ARE YOUR PERSONAL CORE VALUES?