Values-based decision-making starts with identifying the values that are most important to you, at work and at home, and understanding the beliefs that support these values, as well as identifying the behaviours that demonstrate that you are living these values.
What you are trying to do is to bring your values to the fore and give them a more important role in your decision-making.
Effectively, when you use values in this way, your values become your needs, and your needs are your motivation. You begin to live your life through your values rather than through your beliefs. When you use your values for decision-making it brings you closer to your soul and builds your authenticity.