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My Values

My fundamental values guide my decision-making process. My Process and direction stem directly from them.

Each of the following values is equally important to me and unchanging throughout my life.

My life's philosophy

To Inspire others to grow.

My values

  • Curiosity: That's the source of everything I love.
  • Freedom: Which comes from discipline.
  • Enthusiasm: This attitude helps me overcome everything.

You might wonder how I use these values in daily life. Whenever I make an important decision, I refer back to my values, asking, "Is this decision aligned with them and leading me in the direction I've set?" If it is, I won't hesitate.

Values not only help with tough decisions but also make the decision-making process more efficient. I can say that every time I make a decision based on my values, I end up with a good result. However, our perception of reality must still be taken into account, particularly the words of Ray Dalio, who said that we cannot see reality as it is, due to our ego and blind spots.

How did I define my values?

There was a program, Reign and Own (PL), by Rafał Mazur, that guided me through defining my life's philosophy and mission. I won't detail the entire process here since it's part of Rafał's program. I recommend purchasing it and following all the steps as he suggests.

Are my Values changing?

Recently, I added enthusiasm to my list due to a "moment of realization" while reading the book Almanack of Naval Ravikant. One quote from Naval states that feeling happy is a decision we make. I believe enthusiasm is a crucial part of this.

From that point on, I decided to take it seriously, contrary to what "The Big Five" test indicated, suggesting that in terms of enthusiasm, I'm in the 1st percentile (lowest). Simultaneously, books like The Happines Advantage and Letting Go unequivocally suggest the significant role of enthusiasm in achieving anything.