Optimize performance with HPRC’s value tracker

Taking an inventory of your values or beliefs can help you perform at your best and improve your well-being. Reflecting on your values can help you feel more loving, connected, and empathetic. In addition, you might feel enhanced self-control, powerful, proud, and strong.

A values tracker can help you build better habits, especially if you’re trying to lose weight, quit smoking, or stay sober. Long-term effects on personal value reflection can include improved performance, fewer doctor visits, and better mental health. 

Use HPRC’s value tracker to help you achieve these benefits, stay organized, and analyze where you could improve.

Published on: July 5, 2024

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