Self-Worth is different than Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem. The three perceptions of our self are connected but not synonymous. Self-Worth refers to "ones sense or opinion of their value or worth". Those with high self-worth feel that they have value and worth to the world. Those with low self-worth do not feel that they have much value or worth. Unfortunately, low self-worth impacts our self-esteem and self-confidence, which can then impact our daily lives. Therefore, self-worth is important. Furthermore, unfortunately, many people rely on others to determine their self-worth. Too many people are waiting for someone to validate them and determine their worth. My suggestion is simple ... Don't rely on others to tell you what you are worth ... go and earn your worth. Do something for someone else. Make your life about others and you will soon find that you are invaluable because others are counting on you. When we wait around for others to "like" us, or validate us in order to build our value, we may be waiting for a long time. Make someone smile, encourage them, help them with something small, or even take a burden from them and you will be making yourself worth something to others. And always remember, you are created by God for a purpose so you are already worth an immeasurable amount.
COACH. FATHER. HUSBAND. SON OF THE KING. WHITWORTH UNIVERSITY.