It’s Monday With Joshua and Kerrie . . . Value First


It’s Monday!   

Monday is our day to ramp it up and renew an element of living.   We recommend this practice for individuals, couples, and families as well as organizations.  This practice serves who we are and what we do.

This week our conversation is about the value of what we are doing.  

Value delineates it’s worth, importance, and usefulness.

TableThink has a long to-do-list.  We’ve determined to evaluate what we are doing by its value first, then cost of energy, time, and resources.  It’s a life-principle for every component of living.  We’re evaluating the to-do-list, determining what stays, what goes, and what must be added for our organization.

The thing is . . . this impacts our personal life . . . as well as our work life. 


We must take the “whole” into account.

Individual, Couple, Family, and/or Organization

The best of life is found in being value-dominated-and-driven for individuals, couples, families, and organizations.

First things first:  Evaluate. 

An easy way to begin the evaluation process is to make a to-do-list for each person, which includes kids.   A child . . .  has a daily to-do-list . . . of simple chores.  Then, merge the lists to to evaluate the value of what’s dominating and driving the family.

Ask Questions
  • What value does this give to our “why” and to the “why” of others?
  • Is the value of it experienced right now?
  • Will the value of it increase or depreciate with time?
  • Does its value serve others?

These questions help to determine what must be sacrificed in order to be value-dominated-and-driven.  The cost of our energy, time, and resources  is worth it when it’s aligned with what we value.  It takes some time to evaluate; however, there’s value in being certain it all holds value.

Make it a great Monday!  

There’s always more on Monday–Joshua and Kerrie


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