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Self Worth

I was chatting with a good friend of me the other day and she said to me that someone had commented on the cost of a service and said “I am surprised at what she is charging for her services. What’s worse, she has put it out there for the world to see!”. Many would take this as an offence but in my view, I see this as a compliment. This is a sign that the person in being in question truly knows her worth and she has no apologies to make for it.

Do you know who you are and what you are worth? When you believe in yourself and fully know your worth, the little things won’t get to you. When you know your worth, what others say about you doesn’t matter. When you know the person you are, the opinions of others won’t seem as important as they once did. Knowing your worth doesn’t mean having it all together. Knowing your worth means you believe in yourself enough to know what you deserve. Knowing your worth can truly outline your decisions and how you react to certain situations.

Five things that people who know their worth do different are:

  1. They don’t pass judgement;
  2. They don’t say yes, unless they really want to;
  3. They are not afraid to be wrong;
  4. They stick their neck out – they say “what’s stopping me?”; and
  5. They celebrate other people.

Remember, knowing your self-worth is a journey and not a destination. Self-worth is something that takes a long time for many people to realize, it’s not easy. What is important though, is to start the journey. Unless you take one step, you will never move closer to living the truest highest version of yourself!

I leave you with the statement below that says “Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.”

Njeri MuchunuSelf Worth
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