Having a healthy sense of self-worth can change the way you feel about yourself and the life you live. Positive self-worth sets you up to have the energy and confidence to be the best version of yourself, to take on challenges and to seize opportunities when they come up.

Self-worth means you can have your best possible life.

The basis of self-dignity is an honest appraisal of your strengths and weaknesses. That allows you to capitalise on your strengths and to be objective, not defensive about your areas for development. It gives you the tools to take control of your life.

Having a happy, successful life and feeling good about yourself is not a matter of luck. Positive self-worth is a fundamental part of the Law of Attraction – if you feel good about yourself and believe you deserve to be happy or wealthy or have good relationships, you will attract those things into your life. The experiences we’ve had in our lives, starting from a very early age, alter our self-dignity, either improving it or weaken it. 

The good news is that we can do something about it if we want to have or develop a stronger self-worth. Although it isn’t always pleasant, it’s well worth the time and effort to raise your self-worth. 

Here are some key aspects of the positive role that self-worth can have in your life:

  1. Being more satisfied with life because you will naturally see the good things, rather than focusing on the things that are disappointing or making you feel unhappy.   
  2. You won’t be undermining yourself with negative self-talk. The Inner Critic, or ‘Mind Chatter’ will always be there, but you will know how to keep it in check and how to harness that analytical capability to keep increasing your self-awareness.
  3. Self-knowledge is a key part of good leadership. You are more likely to be successful at work when you have a healthy sense of self. You will be able to deal with problems before they get out of proportion, for example. 
  4. Noticing that you will be less needy, less reliant on other people’s good opinion of you. You will be strong enough in your self-worth not to compare yourself with others.
  5. Your relationships will be stronger and more fulfilling because you’ll be building them with honesty and self-knowledge.
  6. It will be easier for you to be flexible when situations change. The result is that fewer external circumstances impact your happiness.
  7. Becoming more compassionate with yourself and others. When you make mistakes, you’ll be able to view them as lessons rather than failures.

These are reason why tasing your self worth is important.

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