Into which value traps did you fall (or lure others)?

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Exercise 3: Write down three to five values, which are important for you. Check if you fell into a value trap for each value. Where did you try to manipulate others into the same values?

If you do this exercise thoroughly, you might end with a very short list of values, which really are your own and which you do not use to manipulate others. This is fine. A compass needs only one magnetic needle, too.

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