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8 Reasons To Create Value And Raise Your Worth

To Create Value
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What makes you tick? We all aspire for something deep and meaningful. We are all plagued with problems.

But it should not prevent us.

From becoming everything we could be. By creating value to our lives. What do you really want?

So many things you want to do with your life but so little time. Find something that you are good at to realize that tiny step towards improvement. Hard work is the key to know that it is worth it.

Have you done enough for yourself? Or is there something more you want to do? Dissatisfaction can be dangerous in large amounts.

But in small dosages you will have the ability to see.

And do things you could never think of doing. Are you comfortable with what you are doing? So how does blindly following trends fit into your lifestyle?

If life has taught us one thing, it is be true to yourself. Should you change yourself? There is always an easy way.

And the right way when it comes everything. Everybody is unique. Or we will all be exactly the same in everything we do.

Variety makes the world interesting and life exciting.

What is the silver lining in all of this? With so much happening around us, life can seem bleak. If we could let loose and not scrutinize so much, we can actually see something positive in everything.

Are you attractive? Perhaps you do not think so. But that does not mean you cannot try.

Be it shaping up, changing the way you wear your clothes or hair, or even your attitude towards people. It will be for your own good. Are you happy at where you are today?

If not, then take your life up a notch!

Everybody will love you. And you will love you too. What inspires you?

That is an answer you need to find out yourself. There are so many different things that can make anyone happy. It is not like you can only have one serving of your favorite food in a buffet and that is it.

Just try one piece of everything. What really makes you tick? You can be practically anything you wished to be.

But to think that achieving something seems difficult.

Is already giving up before you even start that journey. Self-improvement is not only about the physical or philosophical change you undergo. But it is something that you really want.

How much can you have? There is no such thing as having something too much or too little. It is more on how badly you really want it.

The question is, how much are you willing to work for it? You complain about not being appreciated by your company. But have you been contributing value to your organization?

When a company pays you salary.

They expect your value to worth that amount. A company is in business to make money. Every dollar spent is an investment to generate more profits.

If an investment makes money, it is an asset. If an investment loses money, it is a liability. So are you an asset or a liability?

If you contribute value less than your salary, you are a liability. You will be ousted very soon if you keep up losing money for your company. If you contribute value exact worth to your salary, nothing more, nothing less, then you are an asset.

But you are a dispensable asset.

Sure, you may be promoted over the years to become a manager. But that is all you will ever be. By then your salary will be too high for the value you are contributing.

Your company can hire someone younger, cheaper, and contribute the same value as you do. You are dispensable. If you contribute value more than your salary, you are an asset, and you are an indispensable asset.

You bring in a lot of value and you grow the company. You will be appreciated and placed in top management to further grow the company. In times of recession, guess who are let go first?

In times of recession.

The indispensable assets not only do not get retrenched nor pay cuts. They get pay increments to be retained in the company. So which type of investment do you want to be for your company?

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