Do you know your value, worth or do you often doubt yourself
If you don’t know your value, somebody will tell you your value. And it’ll be less than you’re worth.
The thing is, if you don’t know your value, own your worth and you don’t ask to be paid accordingly for it, nobody wins.
How do you know your value, own your price, and start asking for what you’re worth?
If you love what you do, know your value, be confident and know you can deliver, then following through. After all, you get to do what you love and make a difference for someone else.
Knowing your value means nothing if you don’t know how to communicate it. You have to communicate your value with respect and remove your ego from the equation. Value comes down a lot to how you communicate it and the way you communicate it.
When you tell people what you charge without wavering, it means you’re 100% aware of your value and worth. It means you know your worth and you honour yourself enough to ask for it.
Knowing your true value helps you in every aspect of a business. It makes your decision-making skills sharper and you are able to figure out the ideas, people and challenges you should align yourself with.
Stick to what your gut says and know you’re worth what you ask for. Most of all make sure you are always providing value and you’re always being paid what you’re worth.
Above everything, believe in yourself.
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