Motivational Values Cards

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21/64 created the Motivational Values Cards as a catalyst for engaging in meaningful conversations about what drives your decision-making process. We know that the more your decisions are aligned with your values, the more fulfilling and strategic they will be. We have revised our most popular tool — our Motivational Values Cards — where each card in the deck represents a value that drives a personal, philanthropic or financial decision. Users can prioritize cards by sorting from top to bottom those values that most motivate their decisions. Utilized with family members, the cards can serve to catalyze discussions across the generations.

This refreshed deck is more current to today’s landscape and better equipped to address the needs of your clients, donors, boards and families. We have updated the definitions of existing cards, as well as added new ones to the deck. Our new Motivational Values Cards are also made from high-quality, recycled materials and are printed here in the U.S.

Brand the Motivational Values with your organization’s logo for an upcoming event, donor or client gift or to use in your everyday practice. You can also translate the Values deck into the native language of your audience, which you can learn more about here. Contact us at sara@2164.net to learn more.

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  1. Jill Hagler

    I facilitated What Am I Inheriting? and Motivational Values at the Leadership Development Institute for a program training young leadership who are newly involved with the Miami Jewish Community. The participants got so much out of both tools and engaged in very meaningful conversations around leadership, identity and values, as well as sharing their own stories. Every time I have used these tools with an individual, family, or group, they always take the conversation to another level.

    – Director of Foundation Development, The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation

  2. Dawn Franks

    I began using the Motivational Values cards as a part of my philanthropic advising work more than five years ago. I have used the cards with individuals, couples, families, small companies, and foundation board members to increase an understanding of personal giving decisions and create shared giving values for groups. Picture Your Legacy is a great tool to help donors capture the emotion of their giving. I use them together with Motivational Values, first the Values cards, which is a more left-brained exercise, followed by Picture Your Legacy, which is a more-right brained experience. Combined they are an awesome way to help donors better understand their giving.

    – President, Your Philanthropy

  3. Emily Davis

    I use the Motivational Values cards in a variety of settings—from helping family members understand their philanthropic values to nonprofit board members identifying their motivations for board service. The Motivational Values and their definitions are well-researched, clear and easy for anyone to use. My clients always want to know where they can get some for themselves.

    – President, Emily Davis Consulting

  4. Naomi Limor Sedek

    I have been using the Motivational Values cards for the last few years at the Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee. It is a wonderful way for us to open our events. We encourage participants to choose the top three values they hold dear. This helps us, in a short period of time, break down the invisible walls between newcomers and allow them to relate to one another based on their values. It takes about 10 minutes to transform the group from strangers to family. This tool has also helped facilitate values-centered conversations between family members that may not have been discussed previously. A wonderful tool to being a dialogue.

    – Assistant Executive Director, Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee

  5. Nicole Marie Bergeron

    I enjoy using the Motivational Values cards because they are a great way to frame discussions around values. I’ve found that the simple, clean design of the cards invites participation from people who might otherwise recoil at the subject. There is nothing touchy-feely about the deck’s appearance or approach. When each person has his or her own deck, it can become a more private exercise. The matter-of-fact and updated design is straightforward and appealing. The Values cards are an accessible way to prompt important conversations. Highly recommend.

    – Senior Consultant, VIVA Strategy + Communications

  6. Jennie Zioncheck

    The Motivational Values can be applied to a wide variety of settings to gain clarity or consensus. I have used it with families to explore individual and collaborative philanthropy, with professional advisors to explore how they think about their work with clients and finances, and with organizations to articulate a shared culture and belief system. The cards are simple to use with audiences of all sizes and present with a way to turn something as abstract as values into a concrete framework for decision making and discussion.

    – Director of Development, The Pittsburgh Foundation

  7. J. Mullineaux

    The Motivational Values, Picture Your Legacy, and Exploring Wealth decks are particularly valuable when I am helping individuals and couples create charitable estate plans. These tools help to surface the deepest held values, interests and life experiences that then help shape the most meaningful end of life legacy plans.

    – Vice President for Philanthropic Planning, Community Foundation Sonoma County

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Weight 0.1375 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 × 2.5 × 0.5 in

Description

21/64 created the Motivational Values Cards as a catalyst for engaging in meaningful conversations about what drives your decision-making process. We know that the more your decisions are aligned with your values, the more fulfilling and strategic they will be. We have revised our most popular tool — our Motivational Values Cards — where each card in the deck represents a value that drives a personal, philanthropic or financial decision. Users can prioritize cards by sorting from top to bottom those values that most motivate their decisions. Utilized with family members, the cards can serve to catalyze discussions across the generations.

This refreshed deck is more current to today’s landscape and better equipped to address the needs of your clients, donors, boards and families. We have updated the definitions of existing cards, as well as added new ones to the deck. Our new Motivational Values Cards are also made from high-quality, recycled materials and are printed here in the U.S.

Brand the Motivational Values with your organization’s logo for an upcoming event, donor or client gift or to use in your everyday practice. You can also translate the Values deck into the native language of your audience, which you can learn more about here. Contact us at sara@2164.net to learn more.

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