✳️ Self-Worth Value #1: You have positive self-esteem.
You believe in and like yourself. You are comfortable with who you are — your weight, height, and everything that makes and represents you. Without positive self-esteem, it would be difficult to know your value.

✳️ Self-Worth Value #2: You recognise the difference you make.
You know and can describe what you do and how you can improve your client’s situation.

✳️ Self-Worth Value #3: You see yourself as a peer.
You feel that you are equal with anyone you interact with: clients, bosses, colleagues, or friends. You do not feel privileged to be with someone or to work with a particular type of organisation.

✳️ Self-Worth Value #4: You do not undercharge for your services.
Out of fear of losing business or the desire to win more business, you undercharge your services and end up doing much more than paid to do. This can set a precedent which could be hard to remove.

✳️ Self-Worth Value #5: You are clear about your values.
You know your boundaries. You’re clear about what is acceptable behaviour, and how you like to be treated and spoken to, and you have the courage to speak out when necessary. You don’t need external validation to prove your value — instead, you have an internal compass knowing what is right and wrong.

✳️ Self-Worth Value #6: You are engaged in work that is exciting and fulfilling. When you’re involved in work that is fulfilling and financially rewarding, you’re more inclined to work with even greater commitment. When you love what you do, you’re prepared to do more and to become more.

✳️ Self-Worth Value #7: You believe that you are good enough.
When you pitch for new business, you believe that you have sufficient experience, qualifications, case studies, and testimonials to back them up. You don’t need another certification, course, degree, or further experience for validation before you feel you are good enough. You simply are.

As a client of mine recently commented, “By understanding our own value, we are able to add value to our clients and provide a better service to them.”

Remind yourself every day that you are worthy and have value.