<aside> 🕴️ See Chapter 1. Crowding Out
Attention and Meaning. Make sure that the attentional policies aren’t preparation for the meaningful experience, but that actually attending to these things and choosing by them feels meaningful itself.
See Chapter 2. Attention and Meaning
Instructional. Imagine a friend has this value, and they are in a context where things that are meaningful in this way are happening around them—or they are in an environment where they could easily live by the value. But, they haven’t noticed this yet. If you slipped them this card- would they see exactly what to attend to, to make this experience meaningful?
Clear enough for surveys. Is the value card clear enough that you’d know what to ask a group of people to see if it was happening for them or not?
Can Guide Design. Imagine giving your values card to someone who’s going to make a special party or event for you, designed around your value. Would such a person understand — just from seeing the value — what's meaningful to you?
<aside> 🕴️ See Chapter 2. Attention and Meaning and Making Values Concrete
Not too specific.Are the attention policies articulated in such a way that leaves room for the person to apply them in multiple contexts?
Not too broad. Are the attention policies articulated in such a way that the person knows what to do accurately?
Not overly-poetic. Are the attention policies clear and unambiguous?
Positively stated. Are all the attention policies things you WANT TO attend to? (no negative language like ‘ignore’ ‘be free from…’ etc.)