Hear me out: knowing your value is a profoundly personal experience that has nothing to do with anyone else. It's your personal gauge of how much you respect yourself, independent of what others think or say about you. Whether you know the exact amount you're worth in dollars or not, it doesn't matter. What matters is that you believe it enough to feel confident saying "no" when people ask you for favors and "yes" when you offer to do things for others.
Here's how it works: when you know your value, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by saying "no." If someone asks you to do something that will take time away from doing other things that are more important to you, wouldn't you rather save your energy for those activities? Even if no one knows it, you have already said "no," because telling people "no" gives you power and authority over them. Saying "no" also shows people that you are responsible and caring, which are qualities everyone wants in a friend or colleague.
The only people who will be upset by your decision are those who want you to do something else instead. They can be friends or family members who don't like seeing you put yourself first or don't respect your opinions. Either way, they are not going to understand why you would deny them this opportunity unless you tell them.
Knowing your value brings confidence, and confidence gives you the power and bravery to take risks, make decisions, and live life on your terms. It will educate you how to accept and own who you are, regardless of what others think. It is about realizing that you are valuable and deserving of love and respect.
Your identity isn't based on anyone other than yourself, so stop looking to others to tell you who you are or aren't enough. Instead, look inside yourself and find out what makes you feel powerful and confident. Once you know that, go get 'em!
The more you know your value, the more you can stand up for yourself and demand the world treat you with respect. You become more aware of other people's needs and desires, and learn how to communicate them effectively. Most important, it teaches you how to love yourself, which is the most important thing in the world.
So start valuing yourself now by taking a good look at your life. Do you feel like you're living your true self? If not, work on changing that. Remember that whatever you do, whatever role you play in this world: student, teacher, parent, employee, citizen - you're always in charge of your life. Nothing can be changed until you decide it should be changed. So take control now by loving yourself just as you are.
Wonderful quotations about recognizing your worth and value.
Remind yourself of the following things to help you appreciate your own worth:
Your self-esteem soars. The first step in rediscovering your value is regaining your confidence. You understand how much potential you have, become conscious of your amazing characteristics, and begin making great adjustments. The best part is that you believe in yourself again and refuse to let anyone tell you otherwise. Your sense of self-worth grows along with your ability to accept yourself just the way you are.
You've come a long way since then haven't you? And we want to thank you for that because it's thanks to you that we're able to share our message with others. We know that you've been through a lot and even though you may not remember, we remember you. That's why we keep track of your achievements throughout your journey so that we can help you reach new heights. We hope that you will find value in what we have to say and that our book will help you improve your own life as well as those around you.
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If you value yourself, you innately believe that you are kind, empathetic, and courteous, and that you are deserving of the same in return. Aligning with our own self-worth enables us to take more concrete efforts to build and nurture that value. This is accomplished through self-esteem. Self-esteem is your belief in your own worth.
The better you feel about yourself, the more likely you are to act in ways that reflect that feeling. If you don't feel good about yourself, it's not hard to see how other people would feel comfortable letting you know what they think of you. And since we all want others to like us, this can be very uncomfortable.
But the truth is, other people cannot change your feelings about yourself. Only you can do that. No one else can make you feel valuable or important; only you can do that. The only person who can push your self-esteem down is you. So never, ever let someone tell you that you aren't worth enough, smart enough, pretty enough, or strong enough. Because at the end of the day, it is your choice what you do with these things. You can choose to let them define you or you can choose to rise above them and show the world who you really are.
1 worthy of; meriting or justifying It's not worth debating, but it is worth considering. The value of 2 is The book is thirty pounds. 3: For all one's worth, to the fullest extent of one's skills or ability. 4: Of considerable importance, value or merit. 5: Existing in fact or reality.
Worth keeping- continuing to exist or be available for use. 6: Of little value or significance; trivial.
7: Belonging to a category or group; typical: family affairs; social events. 8: Of sufficient quantity for a single use; enough for one shot: a rifle cartridge; a shotgun shell. 9: Appropriate for display or exhibition: a museum piece. 10: Of reasonable price: a cheap hotel; an expensive bottle of wine.
11: Continuing to exist or be available for use: books that have been kept; documents that have been kept. 12: Of moderate size or degree: a small town; a large city. 13: Existing in whole or in part; occurring naturally: wild flowers; artifacts preserved in ice cores from the Antarctic climate system.
14: Of good quality; effective: kitchen knives that keep their edge; drugs that keep taking pills without losing their effectiveness.