I don’t think anyone ever told me my worth. I don’t think I understood my worth. And, I didn’t know how to establish it.
I believe the value you place on yourself is directly related to how you have been treated, your wants and desires, and how you feel about yourself.
In using the phrase we forget that everyone doesn’t have a good foundation of worth and isn’t realistic with expectations.
I’m still figuring out my own worth. I’m still trying to establish that in my life.
And, I’ve done that through trial and error mostly, but I’m devising a better plan as I go.
To start, I’m certain that I’m worth what I’m offering..honesty, reliability, compassion, sincerity, fun, and passion. If the man I date, the friendship I build, or the job I take can’t give me those things back, then we have a huge issue of respect. And, I can’t imagine I’m gonna stay around that long.
Second, I’m a catch. Seriously, I am. I’m worthwhile. I may not be ideal for everyone, but that doesn’t lessen my importance. I realize that. And because of that, any opportunities that don’t work out just weren’t meant for me. They aren’t because I’m inadequate.
That was a really hard lesson.
So knowing your worth is about knowing yourself.
Duh, I know.
But there are so many of us that are less than experts on self. So, instead of focusing on a worth that’s yet to be defined. Figure out who you are. Establish what you’re bringing to the table. And, value yourself as you currently are even if improvements can be made. We can all make improvements.
Once you’ve mastered that, you will have a good grip on knowing your worth.