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Do You Know Your Self Worth?
In order to achieve anything in life, it is important that you know your self worth.
Knowing your self worth means that you know that you deserve to be treated a certain way; that you deserve certain things in life simply because you are a human being.
Your self worth does not disappear because you made a mistake or failed at something, it is something is inherent in all people
and will never fade in quantity or value.
How do you realize your self worth?
Many people go through their entire lives never fully realizing or their full potential because they do not believe in themselves or their self worth.
These people often look to others to enjoy even the smallest tidbit of validation. This is no way to live.
In order to realize your self worth there are several avenues you can take.
One avenue is to make a list of all your attributes, good and bad, and as honest and as accurately as possible, assess them from one to ten with ten being the best.
This can give you an idea of how you think of yourself and how you see yourself.
While we can be our worst enemies, it can also be helpful to get feedback from friends who we know are honest and will only give you helpful feedback.
You can also realize your self worth by beginning projects and endeavors that will bring about positive remarks and comments about your performance and your personality traits.
Join a sports league, volunteer for charity work, help a neighbor.
These are all things that can help boost your self worth and feelings of self value.
Think about what you do and what you might say to a best friend who was achieving and going through similar experiences.
What would you say to him or her? Their place in your life is infinitely valuable. Rest assured that yours in their life is too.
About the Author: Tom Straub is a successful author and webmaster of the Best Self Improvement website. Learn more about self improvement made easy, everything you ever wanted to know about self improvement... but never dared to ask.