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Exercise Summary

The purpose of this exercise is to determine your values, by imagining some people speaking at your own funeral!

You have to imagine that people who are important to you say some words at your funeral. You need to decide what they will say about you. These things are what they see as your most important values.

You then decide whether these values reflect how you really are, and whether you are living your life currently reflecting these values.

Main Activity

Imagine key people giving a eulogy at your own funeral

1. Imagine your own funeral. Set the scene in your mind – you have died a natural death – imagine the day.
2. List the key speakers. Write down who these people are.
3. List the key points. Write down what you imagine each person saying about you – two or three of the key points.
4. List the values that you can extract from what they said. Write them down.
5. Note by each whether you are living your life according to each of these values. Tick the ones you do, cross the ones you don’t.
6. For each value you crossed, write down what you can do do to move towards living your life according to this value.
7. Choose which of these steps you are going to tackle first, and make a start.

We suggest a frequency of: Once when you want to understand your values
and it could last 15-30
minutes

Now you have to decide if you want this exercise to be part of your action plan.

If you don’t, then either hit the back arrow or click the button to go back to look at another exercise.

If you do, then carry on down the page and follow the instructions. 

If you want to include this exercise in your action plan, select Yes from on the right then click  the green button saying ‘Include this exercise’.

Sadly you’ll go back to the top of this page – please scroll down and fill in the bits that appear before here.

Select the action plan you are working on

See the action plans you have created, and click the button to copy the action plan title in the one you want to associate this exercise with. A box will appear with the name of the action plan shown – click the grey button to the left of it. It will wobble and this will copy the title of the action plan into the clipboard. Then hit the X in the top corner to close that box.

Then click below where it says ‘Paste here’ and right click to paste the action plan title into the box and press the green button.

Now you’ve copied the action plan title, paste it on the right and press the green button.  After a short pause you will be taken to a page where you will set up your own version of this exercise.

Now you’ve copied the action plan title, paste it on the right and press the green button.  After a short pause you will be taken to a page where you will set up your own version of this exercise.

Please bear with us while we set up your own version of this exercise. It will take a short while.

Now you’ve planned your exercise, you will be sent to the page for monitoring  how you’re getting on with it.

Press the green button every time you want to add details of when you do the exercise. When you’ve decided how you feel about the exercise, you can fill in the last bits saying how you found it, then press the ‘Update Your Exercise’ button.

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