Status Has Nothing To Do With Your Worth
I want to prepare you guys for the message I am prepared to give you today. It is something that, whether you get it now, or it takes a while for it to really sink in, it is something that is going to change your life. It is something that is very powerful and has been very powerful for me in my life. A lot of you guys have been asking me about the self worth method program, and it is coming very soon. Make sure you guys are following me on all of the social media to keep up with the program. The reason I bring that up is because today’s message is all about self worth, and self worth is core to all of my work in speaking to you guys or writing to you guys through these blogs. Understanding, and I mean truly understanding self worth is the core of why I do what I do. It is the main driving force behind why I put together Rehab Time. It is the reason I am constantly doing lives and putting out new content because I want to give you guys a better understanding of your true self worth.
So many people struggle with their self worth. So many people struggle with accepting themselves and having confidence in themselves and they feel like their self worth is dependent on so many external factors. Hardly any of us ever look inside ourselves to find our self worth. We are always looking outside to the things of this world that have nothing to do with our self worth and we start to believe that we are worthless because of the most ridiculous reasons like the number of followers we have on social media like instagram or how many friends we have on facebook. We start to believe that the amount of money we have in the bank and our financial status as compared to our friends and family affects our self worth, and it does not. It just simply does not. We look to the hater that we find in our lives to determine our self worth. We decide that if someone out there does not like us or what we are doing then we must be doing something wrong but that just is not true. Then we start to believe that we are less and so we settle for less in our relationships, in our jobs, in the way we treat our bodies, and even in the way we treat others.
The most important thing for us to understand about our worth is that it is not up for debate. Your self worth is not something that can be changed by your actions, and it is certainly not something that can be changed by your social status among your friends or your followers. Your worth was determined when you were born, because you were born valuable. Just being you is enough. It is not up for debate. When you struggle with your worth, look inside yourself, not outside yourself.
It all starts with you.