Most people have developed the bad habit of tying their self-worth to things outside of themselves. Have you even heard of or listened to the highly gifted, motivational speaker, Eric Thomas? He is one of the highest paid motivational speakers in the world. If you let him tell you, he’ll contributed his success at doing what he loves to his powerful “why.”
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Be unconditional in your self-worth. If you could cultivate the ability to cope and persist even when life does not go your way, you would dare to do amazing things. However, when you don’t know who you are and what you are worth, you will sell yourself at a discount. Let’s think about a luxury brand, for example, Louis Vuitton. Why do you think Louis Vuitton never goes on sale? Because the brand knows what it’s worth. Because it cost what it cost and they are not trying to get the average person to buy them. It’s a luxury brand, if you’ve got the money for Louis Vuitton, you get Louis Vuitton. It’s not going on sell, because it was never meant for everybody! Remember self-worth is not what you look like, what clothes you wear, what you drive or how many followers you have on social media. Self-worth is your intrinsic value.