3 Ways to Increase Your Self-Worth Without Changing Anything In Your Life

Low self-worth shows through in everything a person does.

No matter how much you might think you’re hiding it well, your lack of self-worth transmits an energy, a vibe that is felt by every person you come in contact with… and there is no covering it up. Makeup won’t hide it. An expensive suit won’t cover it up. Not even an advanced degree will help you escape the truth of what you live with on a daily basis: you don’t feel good enough.

3 Things:

1. Stop defining your worth by the extent to which other people value you.

One of my favorite quotes says “Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.” It’s time to stop seeing yourself the way other people see you. There will be MANY people who will NEVER see how valuable you are, many who will never acknowledge that you are an asset in their lives. Accept that fact. It should never be your goal to be everything to everyone. You are NOT pizza.

2. Define your self-worth by aspects of you that are eternal.

So many people define themselves by qualities they possess that are bound to change: beauty, fitness, holding a certain role, or how others view you. All of those things are bound to change. At some point, you’re going to get old and your looks will change. At some point, you might step down as CEO of your company and no longer be called an ‘executive.’ At some point, you might have all of your children grow up and move out of the house and you’ll no longer be a ‘stay-at-home mom.’ When you tie your self-worth to any of these things, you are bound to lose yourself when those characteristics change or fade.

3. Think, speak and talk like someone with high self-worth.

What you think, speak and say to yourself will determine who you become in life. Period. There is no getting around that. You can’t have a shitty inner life and expect your outer life to be spectacular. It doesn’t work that way. At the end of the day, high self-worth will never come by internally beating yourself up while externally driving yourself to achieve. Overachieving out of a sense of not-enoughness gets you more of the feeling of never being enough. At the end of the day, until you can address yourself with the level of respect, regard and appreciation that you keep expecting from other people, your level of self-worth will stay exactly where it’s at. To raise your self-worth, you have to start having a different conversation with yourself- one that affirms and elevates you. Remember: your inner critic is not a mission to lift you up; it’s on a mission to tear you down… always. Choose your thoughts and words wisely…


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