Before I get into how you can build your self-worth, let's talk about what self-worth really is...
Self-worth is an honest evaluation of your ability, your potential, and the value you provide.
Self-worth can be increased or decreased based on your daily actions, values, and standards.
If you push yourself every day to live up to your potential, you are going to increase your self-worth.
If you’re not living up to your potential, you are going to decrease your self-worth.
The question is ... how do you value yourself?
Self-worth is important, but most people don’t truly understand why it’s important.
Having a high sense of self-worth weighs into the belief you have in yourself and your potential.
It allows you to think bigger and dream bigger, because as your self-worth increases…
Your self-imposed limits decrease.
When you have high self-worth, you are much less likely to compromise who you are for other people.
Normally, people with self-worth are more driven and have much bigger goals...
That’s because they’ve built self-belief through their actions.
Through their achievement, they’ve proven their potential and capability to themselves.
People with a high sense of self-worth don't get crushed by failure.
They understand that those failures serve as a lesson, which will ultimately help them become even better.
They are not afraid to fail when they reach for big goals over and over again.
Self-worth doesn’t only impact how you value yourself, but how others do too.
When you have a high self-worth, people can’t help but feel that you are someone who executes and has massive potential.
Here’s the truth…
When you believe in yourself, other people will naturally sense that ... and start to feel the same way.
This is especially true when it comes to business.
People with high self-worth aren't worried about keeping the status quo…
They are working to create massive change in the world, with the passion, desire, and effort needed to do so.
People with self-worth can also handle criticism.
They understand that while they have a strong belief in themselves…
They will always have a ton to learn and improve on, which will help them increase their potential.
You don't have to conform to anyone else's standards.
You have your own…
You live by them…
You're committed to doing things the right way.
But on the flip side ... when you decide to not invest in yourself, and build your self-worth, you are missing out on an amazing opportunity for growth.
So make the conscious decision to push the envelope...
To create real change...
...and ultimately, build your self-worth.
If you feel like you’re lacking self-worth, these methods for building your self-worth can make a huge difference in your life ... if you choose to act on them.
The best way to build self-worth is by proving your potential to yourself.
When you go out to pursue a big goal or do something extremely difficult, and see it through to the end...
You will gain a massive sense of accomplishment and self-belief.
There are an unlimited amount of ways you can do this.
It can be a difficult physical feat, like running a marathon … doing an ironman ... or reaching milestones with your health and fitness...
Or it can be accomplishments in your career, business, relationships, or anything in between.
The point is this...
You won't know what you’re capable of if you never try anything new or challenge yourself.
So don't let the fear of trying new, difficult things keep you from progressing in life…
Because if you don’t take action on those things, you will never build your self-worth.
The best way to believe in yourself is being someone who executes.
Whenever you don’t follow through on your promises, you end up devaluing yourself...
Not only in your eyes, but in the eyes of others as well.
You have to understand that self-worth is built through these daily battles.
When you commit to doing the things you know you need to do for yourself every day...
It will help build your confidence and self-worth.
Being someone who executes consistently is the best way to improve your personal and professional life.
Hanging out with losers is the easiest way to feel like a loser yourself.
The people you spend the most time with are going to have the greatest impact on who you are, and who you become.
If you’re looking to increase your feeling of self-worth...
Ditch the people who are going to make it difficult.
These can be 1 of 2 types of people:
1. Those who don’t believe in you or encourage your growth
2. People who have low self-worth themselves
When you put yourself in the winner's circle...
These people will push you and naturally build your self-worth.
You are a product of your environment.
It’s okay to fail.
Nobody is perfect.
In fact, you’re going to fail ... a lot.
But if you quit...
You are just shooting yourself in the foot when it comes to building your self-worth.
Quitting is just as bad as never getting started.
You are just settling for the standards, level of belief, and potential you see in yourself now, because you aren’t trying to get better.
If you're having trouble building your self-worth, you should consider doing 75 HARD.
Through 75 HARD, you will learn how to build self-worth, along with mental toughness, discipline, fortitude, confidence, grit, and so many other essential skills for your success in life.
We’re all capable of greatness…
But the only people who think they are truly capable of achieving anything ... are the ones who embrace new challenges and pursue their potential.
Once you build your self-worth…
You have to constantly push to increase it even further.
The more you do...
The more you’ll come to realize your true potential ... and your ability to accomplish your biggest goals.
There's a huge misconception in society today that says success just "happens" for a select few lucky people.
In fact, this is something that I used to buy into myself. I used to call it the "success fairy".
I quite literally believed that success was only reserved for people who were lucky enough to be chosen by the "success fairy".
Obviously, this isn't true...
Let me make something very clear … just because you’re a manager … doesn’t mean you're a leader.
But you also don't have to be a manager in order to be a leader.
In fact, you can lead from whatever position you’re in...
It doesn't matter whether you're the dishwasher...