The sticker price of a product is very important. That’s because a customer never offers to pay a penny more than the sticker price or that’s the maximum value of a product. Similarly, the value that you place on yourself is your greatest value.
In the past, I have always kept my sticker price abysmally low. Even when I have achieved a lions feat, I have presented myself as a sheep who had tasted success by luck. In fact, that’s what I honestly believed. To make the matter worse, the people around me were very happy to buy the story of a lucky sheep. As stated before, no one will ever value you more than you do. If you sell yourself as a lion, others will accept you at least as a wolf.
It’s no secret that negative self-image is a growing problem, especially, among the young generation. Continuous exposure to social media like Facebook deepens this problem. People often compare themselves with the perfect images and stories posted by others and the appreciation that they receive. This is usually followed by desperate attempts to get more approval and appreciation for themselves. They need to understand that, love, affection or appreciation are never to be chased because a person’s value do not depend on others’ ability to see it.
Every one of you should learn to love the person you see in the mirror every day. When your self-worth goes up, your net worth goes up. Always keep your sticker price high!