In life, worth and values are indispensable. They announce you to the world without extra cost. Every one knows Mark Zuckerberg because of the impact he made in the digital world, which has immortalised his name in the History book.
In this era, we gravitate towards people who are valuable because we believe success is contagious. Just as a goat follows someone who has his food, so are valuable people are followed.
In this post, I will use valuable and successful interchangeably because they mean the same thing in this context.
Have ever asked yourself this question: “How valuable am I to myself?”
The essence of this post is to help you increase your worth through these simple practical principles.
In the office where you work, have you ever asked yourself these questions?
1. Why does my colleague earn more salary than I do?
2. Why does his absence from work creates a vacuum?
3. Why does it seem he does no wrong in the eyes of my boss?
The answer is simple! He is valuable to the company! Adding worth to someone’s life should be our daily goal because we are only remembered by the impact we made in other people’s life. The more value you bring along with you, determines how valuable you become to the people around you.
HOW TO INCREASE YOUR WORTH
1. ESTABLISH YOUR WORTH
Before you can make an impact or be valuable to someone else, you have to know your worth. Doing this will enable you to reach out to the core areas of your life where your worth needs to be re evaluated and upgraded. This practical and most important principle helps in self-improvement because you can’t give what you don’t have.
2. DARE TO BE DIFFERENT
The world is not hungry for mediocrity. For you to be valuable, you need to bring something different to the table. You need to access the environment where you are and ascertain what is missing. If you can identify the missing puzzle, then your worth will increase. Being different in a good way is a good thing. Learn to see many variations in valuation and then set a working plan on how to be indispensable.
3. ADD VALUE
I learnt during my formative years that the only thing I will be remembered for is the impact I made. This knowledge helped me to always strive to add value to other people’s lives. Make sure people never remain the same whenever they cross your path.
4. BE GOAL ORIENTED
Sometimes, we get discouraged in the process of achieving our goal which limits one’s worth. Remember there is no correlation between discouragement and worth so learn to encourage yourself on your way up.
Do not deviate from your goal because only when you’ve achieved that, then can your name be included in the list of valuable people.
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