Week 4 Discussion

For the first paragraph of your initial post complete the following exercise and answer the question below.Select five values from the following list that are most important to you:PowerRecognitionHelping      othersLove      and affectionValidation      from othersMoneyA      sense of importanceTo      live my passionA      feeling of self-worthPersonal      freedom—self-expressionTo get      marriedTo      have a familyAn      opportunity to travelTo      socialize with famous people—glamourTo      live somewhere I truly loveTo be      a part of my communityA      changeA new      careerAdventureA      relationshipTo be      considered an expert in my fieldA      sense of being neededA      chance to express myself artisticallyTo      improve myself physicallyTo      develop myself spirituallyA      chance to improve societyOther(s)      ?Provide reasons for your value selections and discuss how these values may influence the way you lead yourself and others.For the second paragraph of your post, you may have heard statements such as “Do what you love, the money will follow,” “Work with passion,” and “Live your bliss.” Many believe that passion fuels motivation, drive, competence, determination, and success.How important is it that people feel passionate about their livelihoods? What is a leader’s responsibility in helping others find passion in their work? In terms of your career, what are you most passionate about? What drives or motivates you? Are you on a mission or do you take life one day at a time? What does living your life on purpose mean to you? Where would you like to be five or ten years from now? Defend your perspectives.The final paragraph (three or four sentences) of your initial post should summarize the one or two key points that you are making in your initial response.

 
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