Believe in yourself and your own worth

“You weren’t an accident. You weren’t mass produced.

You aren’t an assembly-line product.

You were deliberately planned, specifically gifted, and lovingly

positioned on the Earth by the Master Craftsman”.


Best-selling author

If you are going to be successful in creating the life of your dreams, you have to believe that you are capable of making it happen. You have to believe you have the right stuff, that you are able to pull it off. You have to believe in yourself and know your own worth. Whether you call it self-esteem, self-confidence, or self-assurance, it is a deep-seated belief that you have what it takes—the abilities, inner resources, talents, and skills to create your desired results.


Believing in yourself and your own worth is a choice. It is an attitude you develop over time. Although it helps if you had positive and supportive parents, the fact is that most of us had run-of-the-mill parents who inadvertently passed on to us the same limiting beliefs and negative conditioning they grew up with.

But remember, the past is the past. There is no payoff for blaming them for your current level of self-confidence. It’s now your responsibility to take charge of your own self-concept and your beliefs. You must choose to believe that you can do anything you set your mind to—anything at all—because, in

fact, you can. It might help you to know that the latest brain research now indicates that with enough positive self-talk and positive visualization combined with the proper training, coaching, and practice, anyone can learn to do almost anything.

TEST: Do you know your own worth?

Do you habitually belittle yourself in your own mind and in public, or do you know your own worth? The way you perceive your value will affect how other people see you. Take the test first published by Psychologies magazine to learn more about how you come across to others.



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