Sufficient W.O.R.T.H.: Well-balanced, Objective, Reasonable, Thoughtful, Honorable
How many of you have ever felt you were unworthy of something? How many times were you told you worth was not important? I am here to tell you, these two things are wrong and your worth is absolutely important. You are important to all those who know and love you. Never accept the statements of being unworthy. In this installment of the ABCs of encouragement with the #BloggiteBits Campaign, I am going to help you see you have Sufficient W.O.R.T.H. in the eyes of those who know you: Well-balanced, Objective, Reasonable, Thoughtful, & Honorable.
Well-balanced: Sufficient worth contains several elements. I am going to touch on five of them here. The first one is being well-balanced. It is hard to juggle all the different balls we have to work with each day. Finding a balance seems impossible, however, to feel a sense of self-worth, you need to figure out a way to find the balance. It might mean reassessing commitments and determine which need to go and which need to stay. No one likes to disappoint people when they are asked to do something, but having sufficient worth in your life means you know the art of saying no.
Objective: A second element of sufficient worth is being objective. Having an ability to look at situations from all points of view with no bias is a special trait. When you go through life, be sure to have an objective outlook when faced with a decision or situation. Your self-worth will become much stronger if you know that your decision process is free of bias and solely based on facts.
Reasonable: A third element of sufficient worth is being reasonable. Reasonability is becoming a trait of the past. When facing all situations in life, keeping your wits about you and addressing all things in a reasonable manner will help your self-worth soar on a daily basis.
Thoughtful: The fourth element of sufficient worth is being thoughtful. Going through life in a thoughtful manner will help prevent you from rash responses when faced with challenges. Being thoughtful in your deeds not only helps your self-worth, but it helps people stay at ease as well.
Honorable: The fifth and final element of sufficient worth is that of being honorable. Think of someone you trust completely. Does that person act honorable toward others? Being an honorable person means you show utmost respect to all you come in contact with and never cause them to question your intentions. Acting in an honorable manner will help you stand out among others and that knowledge will help your self-worth grow by leaps and bounds.