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Episode 4: Values and Priorities

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How do you define “Personal Values”?

Chris: These are things that you have about yourself that guide you in your appropriate actions.


Viraj: I see values as our puppet master. Whether we are consciously aware or not, we are driven by what our values are.

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Why are values so important?

Chris: A lot of my values are driven by my needs of today. How my values have changed over the years is based on the needs that I had when I was 20, to the needs I have now. Now, as the world evolves, I am more aware of my values and my needs. I have bigger goals and I strive to have a consistent action. But if I stay with my original values based on my needs when I was 20, I would not be where I am today.

Viraj: As we grow, as the world changes around us, we see the effects of our values that we may not fully be aware of, versus the ones that we really want to prioritize. So then, how do we now begin to transition the awareness of, “This is where I’m at,” to, “This is where I want to get to,” and then what’s the process of that.

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What’s most important in your life? What brings you fulfillment & satisfaction?

Viraj: Being with my kids and seeing them grow, as well as working towards creating a more conscious and connected world for them to grow into. Seeing people act on their breakthrough moments and the liberation and energy that generates for them. Being able to do this daily is such a gift for me!


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How much do you embody these values in your everyday life?

Viraj: Great question! Aspiring to get closer to 80/20 approach (also known as the Pareto Principle). The 20% being the day-to-day basic tasks, responsibilities, and errands, to create intentional blocks for the 80% to live by and operate from these values. Otherwise, procrastination creeps in through the back door. Ultimately, it’s prioritizing progress over perfection.

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Which new behaviors do you need to develop in order to act consistently according to your values?

Viraj: Balanced reflection: being able to simply see things as they are, and as they’re not – without adding anything extra. That opens the inquiry into identifying what needs to be acted on more congruently and aligned to that which we truly value – and turning that into a habit. This also allows us to identify beliefs that don’t serve us so we can transform those too.

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What values are essential to your happiness, confidence and self-support?

Viraj: Leadership, discipline, equanimity, compassion, and self-management are key to creating the environment to get into flow and being creative, expressive, and empowered to achieve joy, sustainable growth, and confidence.

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What must you avoid in life?

Viraj: The noise that doesn’t serve you. You may not be able to avoid certain people; however, you can certainly manage your energy in certain environments. Choose to invest time, energy and money into that which returns investment from that energy exchange, rather than in the distractions we have that lead us to consume instead. Social media is a great example of this, and of cultivating a feed that feeds you what you need to see.

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Every two weeks, our experienced Coaching Supervisors go live on the Jay Shetty Certification School Facebook page to answer audience questions and give you a behind-the-scenes peek at Jay’s coaching methods.

Episode 4: Values and Priorities

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How do you define “Personal Values”?

Chris: These are things that you have about yourself that guide you in your appropriate actions.


Viraj: I see values as our puppet master. Whether we are consciously aware or not, we are driven by what our values are.

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viraj2.png New image

What values are essential to your happiness, confidence and self-support?

Viraj: Leadership, discipline, equanimity, compassion, and self-management are key to creating the environment to get into flow and being creative, expressive, and empowered to achieve joy, sustainable growth, and confidence.

Join Our Next Live 
Coaching Clinic

Do you have a burning question that you want us to answer? Or, perhaps you just want to get to know us at the next Coaching Clinic? Head to our Facebook page and drop your question in the comments on the post for the next Facebook Live event! 

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Why are values so important?

Chris: A lot of my values are driven by my needs of today. How my values have changed over the years is based on the needs that I had when I was 20, to the needs I have now. Now, as the world evolves, I am more aware of my values and my needs. I have bigger goals and I strive to have a consistent action. But if I stay with my original values based on my needs when I was 20, I would not be where I am today.

Viraj: As we grow, as the world changes around us, we see the effects of our values that we may not fully be aware of, versus the ones that we really want to prioritize. So then, how do we now begin to transition the awareness of, “This is where I’m at,” to, “This is where I want to get to,” and then what’s the process of that.

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What’s most important in your life? What brings you fulfillment & satisfaction?

Viraj: Being with my kids and seeing them grow, as well as working towards creating a more conscious and connected world for them to grow into. Seeing people act on their breakthrough moments and the liberation and energy that generates for them. Being able to do this daily is such a gift for me!


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How much do you embody these values in your everyday life?

Viraj: Great question! Aspiring to get closer to 80/20 approach (also known as the Pareto Principle). The 20% being the day-to-day basic tasks, responsibilities, and errands, to create intentional blocks for the 80% to live by and operate from these values. Otherwise, procrastination creeps in through the back door. Ultimately, it’s prioritizing progress over perfection.

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What must you avoid in life?

Viraj: The noise that doesn’t serve you. You may not be able to avoid certain people; however, you can certainly manage your energy in certain environments. Choose to invest time, energy and money into that which returns investment from that energy exchange, rather than in the distractions we have that lead us to consume instead. Social media is a great example of this, and of cultivating a feed that feeds you what you need to see.

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Which new behaviors do you need to develop in order to act consistently according to your values?

Viraj: Balanced reflection: being able to simply see things as they are, and as they’re not – without adding anything extra. That opens the inquiry into identifying what needs to be acted on more congruently and aligned to that which we truly value – and turning that into a habit. This also allows us to identify beliefs that don’t serve us so we can transform those too.

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