This week at work, we were asked to complete a couple of forms to prepare us to discuss our career goals with our direct manager. After a couple of questions about what's important/what we value at work, one of the forms asked about our lives away from the job:
What's important to you/what do you value outside of work? (i.e. baseball, family etc..)We think they meant "e.g." instead of "i.e." but in our case "i.e." fit like a infielder's glove, so we took off from there, answering:
Baseball, family (these aren't necessarily in order), music, silence, faith, doubt, love, grace, literature, dark coffee and dark beer.The more we thought about it, we felt we ought to share that question with our vast readership as an edition of This Week's Discussion Question:
What's important to you/what do you value? (e.g. baseball, family, etc..)Please keep the discussion civil and do not wander off into any additional Latin abbreviations.