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Schwartz PVQ Core Value Model

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Schwartz PVQ Core Values Survey

In the field of social psychology, Dr. Shalom Schwartz of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is considered a leading academic when it comes to personal and cross cultural values.

Over the past 3 decades Professor Schwartz and other leading researchers have shown that the 'Schwartz Basic Values Model' strongly predicts a person's basic or core values and how those values link to motivations in life.

No other instrument that we are aware of has the academic following or real world proof. 49 countries and over 53,000 participants!

Getting clear on your core values and how those motivate you and others is pretty important to your life. Perhaps we can agree that it's a good idea to use the best tools.

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Why Are We Interested In The Subconscious Mind?

Did you know that your subconscious mind influences most of what you do every day--and you have little to no awareness of it?

At LifeSync™ we celebrate your effort and valuable insights--the A-HA moments when you gain clarity on your personal values and motivations in life.

But it’s not enough! Unless you have tools to turn insight into consistent practice, it’s just an interesting exercise, not life changing work.

We’re collaborating with some of the lead researchers in a relatively new field called ‘social neuroscience’ to more deeply understand how our subconscious drives your conscious thoughts and decisions.

SubHack™ is the first in a line-up of ‘subliminal strengthening’ tools that we’re building to help LifeSyncers align their inner and outer lives once their core values and motivations are clear.

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A great book to begin exploring this fascinating topic is “How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior”, by theoretical physicist Leonard Mlodinow.

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Nice! Sounds Like Getting Clear On Both Your Core Values And Motivations Would Be Helpful.

Leading researchers in social psychology have shown that your motivations are driven by your core values AND, as a couple, your core values are likely to be different. So?

If you understand your core values and motivation differences there’s probably no issue.

When you don’t have clarity on those differences, look out! You’ll run into each other much more often than necessary and not really know why.