Posts Tagged ‘values’


by Una Hearne.   Love yourself unconditionally - you are fabulous.   Trust your inner wisdom. You always know what is best for you.   You, as an individual, and the society you live in are equally important to your quality of life. Balance your choices accordingly.   Treasure the people you love. Including yourself.   Listen well and speak your truth.   Be kind to everyone. Especially yourself.   Forgive everyone - for everything. Especially yourself.   Look for the gifts in every experience, especially bad experiences.   Appreciate everything you have. You have a lot.   Keep your environment ...


45 My reality, Your reality

by Una Hearne. Your perception is your reality. There is no such thing as objective 'reality' All of our experience of life happens in our minds. We take in information about the world, other people and events through our senses. This information is filtered by our brains. We make sense of it through the unique lense of our individual values, beliefs and experiences. This is why the same event can mean totally different things to different people and provoke very different feelings. For example, redundancy or business closure is interpreted by some people as a ...


43 Time management

by Una Hearne. A lot of time management courses are rubbish because they don't establish the most important principle before they show you their techniques and tools. Here's the most important principle: You need to know what is important to you, what really matters in your life, in order to choose wisely what you spend your time on. You have a finite amount of time in your life. You don't know how long you have. You can't 'make' any more time. The power and control you have in this area is in how you choose to use the ...


26 Core Values

by Una Hearne. What are your core values and why would you need to know them? Definitions of values tend to cover two broad concepts. One is the principles or moral values we stand for, or will stand up for (like freedom, respect, honesty etc). We have a deeply ingrained set of beliefs about right and wrong, value judgements which drive our thinking and behaviour. The other is more about the things we value in our lives (relationships, lifestyle, environment, contribution etc). These can be tangible or intangible and are also drivers of ...