If you really put a small value upon yourself, rest assured that the world will not raise your price. ~Author Unknown
Lately, I’ve evaluated how I “spend” my time vs. how I want to.
Isn’t it odd that we measure time in units of value?
How did you spend your day off?
Oh man, I wasted a whole hour!
But I digress.
Over the past year, I’ve examined my life and made a conscious effort to make room for what matters to me. The energy vampires are (mostly) gone and instead, I’ve added a few battery chargers to my circle.
I’ve cleared out the clutter in my life so I can do what’s important.
I’ve stopped maintaining relationships that aren’t healthy. Doing so has made more room for the ones that are.
I’ve gone to bed earlier, and looked better, than the results any diet ever delivered.
I’ve faced fears, spoken up and taken on new things; these efforts have energized me more than any $100 skin care product possibly could.
I’ve learned that saying no translates into a big, fat YES… for me.
I’ve learned how very satisfying is is to raise my own price-point.
How about you? Do you depend on others to raise your price? Are you in the process of change? How do you feel about it?