Acceptance: to be open to and accepting of myself, others, life etc
Accountability: being responsible for what I do and able to give a satisfactory reason for it, or the degree to which this happens; obligation to explain, justify, and take responsibility for my actions.
Action: the process of doing something, typically to achieve an aim; the working of one thing on another so as to produce a change.
Adventure: to be adventurous; to actively seek, create, or explore novel or stimulating experiences
Assertiveness: to respectfully stand up for my rights and request what I want
Authenticity: to be authentic, genuine, real; to be true to myself
Balance: harmonious arrangement or relation of parts or elements within a whole; a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equality of distribution
Beauty: to appreciate, create, nurture or cultivate beauty in myself, others, the environment etc
Caring: to be caring towards myself, others, the environment
Challenge: to keep challenging myself to grow, learn, improve
Change: turn or be converted from one state, form, or substance into another; make different; alter or modify
Compassion: to act with kindness towards those who are suffering
Connection: to engage fully in whatever I am doing, and be fully present with others
Contribution: to contribute, help, assist, or make a positive difference to myself or others
Conformity: to be respectful and obedient of rules and obligations
Cooperation: to be cooperative and collaborative with others
Courage: to be courageous or brave; to persist in the face of fear, threat, or difficulty
Creativity: to be creative or innovative
Curiosity: to be curious, open-minded and interested; to explore and discover
Discovery: the act of finding something which had not been known before; finding something you did not know about before; the process of finding information, a place, or an object for the first time
Efficiency: to achieve an end goal with little to no waste, effort, or energy; to achieve results by utilizing resources in the best way possible.
Empathy: the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner
Encouragement: to encourage and reward behavior I value in myself or others
Equality: to treat others as equal to myself, and vice-versa
Excitement: to seek, create and engage in activities that are exciting, stimulating or thrilling
Fairness: to be fair to myself or others
Fitness: to maintain or improve my fitness; to look after my physical and mental health and wellbeing
Flexibility: to adjust and adapt readily to changing circumstances
Freedom: to live freely; to choose how I live and behave, or help others do likewise
Friendliness: to be friendly, companionable, or agreeable towards others
Focus: to give your full attention to what you are doing or to what is happening
Forgiveness: to be forgiving towards myself or others
Fun: to be fun-loving; to seek, create, and engage in fun-filled activities
Generosity: to be generous, sharing and giving, to myself or others
Genuine: having reputed or apparent qualities or character; actual character not counterfeited, imitated, or adulterated
Grace: courteous goodwill; an attractively polite manner of behaving; the quality or state of being considerate or thoughtful
Gratitude: to be grateful for and appreciative of the positive aspects of myself, others and life
Growth: an increase in the size or the importance of something
Helpful: being of service or assistance
Honesty: to be honest, truthful, and sincere with myself and others
Humor: to see and appreciate the humorous side of life
Humility: to be humble or modest; to let my achievements speak for themselves
Industry: to be industrious, hard-working, dedicated
Independence: to be self-supportive, and choose my own way of doing things
Initiative: acting upon my own discretion; independently of outside influence or control
Intimacy: to open up, reveal, and share myself — emotionally or physically – in my close personal relationships
Integrity: the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
Justice: to uphold justice and fairness
Kindness: to be kind, compassionate, considerate, nurturing or caring towards myself or others
Learning: the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught.
Love: to act lovingly or affectionately towards myself or others
Mindfulness: to be conscious of, open to, and curious about my here-and-now experience
Order: to be orderly and organized
Open-mindedness: to think things through, see things from other points of view, and weigh evidence fairly.
Patience: to wait calmly for what I want
Perseverance: continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition; tenacity, the effort required to do something and keep doing it till the end, even if it’s hard.
Persistence: to continue resolutely, despite problems or difficulties.
Pleasure: to create and give pleasure to myself or others
Power: to strongly influence or wield authority over others, e.g. taking charge, leading, organizing
Purpose: an intention or aim; a reason for doing something or for allowing something to happen
Reciprocity: to build relationships in which there is a fair balance of giving and taking
Reliable: consistently good in quality or performance; able to be trusted; dependable
Renewal: to restore to existence and revive; to make extensive changes and rebuild
Respect: to be respectful towards myself or others; to be polite, considerate and show positive regard
Responsibility: to be responsible and accountable for my actions
Romance: to be romantic; to display and express love or strong affection
Safety: to secure, protect, or ensure safety of myself or others
Self-awareness: to be aware of my own thoughts, feelings and actions
Self-care: to look after my health and wellbeing, and get my needs met
Self-development: to keep growing, advancing or improving in knowledge, skills, character, or life experience.
Self-discipline: correction or regulation for the sake of improvement; the ability to make myself do things I know I should do … even when I do not want to.
Self-control: to act in accordance with my own ideals
Sensuality: to create, explore and enjoy experiences that stimulate the five senses
Service: an act of helpful activity; help; aid: to do someone a service.
Sexuality: to explore or express my sexuality
Spirituality: to connect with things bigger than myself
Skilful-ness: to continually practice and improve my skills, and apply myself fully when using them
Supportiveness: to be supportive, helpful, encouraging, and available to myself or others
Trust: to be trustworthy; to be loyal, faithful, sincere, and reliable
Vulnerability: willingness to show emotion or to allow my weaknesses to be seen or known