Let’s face it, I was born in the 70’s. My parents were both educated in Psychology, and growing up they purchased for me the Value Tales book set. Thus began my lifelong quest for purpose and values. We all set out on this quest, to varying degrees of success, in discovery, and choosing of our own purpose and values.
I read from the original set, 43 volumes in all. They’ve compiled a “Value Tales Treasury” for modern readers which I have included here for reference. I recommend it for reading to your kids.
You can see the complete Value Tales book list on Wikipedia.
Finding Purpose & Values
One day I realized that the reason I love networking with people so much is that each person I meet, and get to know, exemplifies the Purpose & Values that I hold dear. Below you can use the filter to learn more about these values through the people who embody them. What values do you care about? Who do you know that expresses them? Drop me a line and let me know, perhaps we can feature them on this website.
Why Are Values Important?
Values are important because they represent the philosophical earth in which your roots grow. The quality fruit your life bears will be determined by the values you cultivate in your mind. Napoleon Hill clearly presented the case in Think and Grow Rich.
If the fruit of your life isn’t what you’d like, start by reworking your dirt.
Who needs to hear this?