How Valuable Are You?

by Lance Ekum on · 1 comment

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How do you determine YOUR value?

A sign I spotted on the way home tonight: “Your value is not determined by your valuables”. A very good lesson. It can become easy to compare ourselves to what our neighbors have in their front yard. But it is much more important what kind of person we are? Are you happy with who you are?

Possessions won’t buy a lifetime of happiness. Instead, a reliance on possessions can become a false hope in building up our ego.

It is much more important who YOU are, not what you have. Remember that the next time you find yourself comparing what you have with what others have.

And if you're looking to increase your value by getting into internet marketing – one important factor is in how you increase conversion rate.  Once you've made improvements in this area, you'll be on your way to a more successful online business.

Lance writes stories from his heart, aiming to inspire and motivate, as you align more fully with YOUR true peak. When he's not here, you can find him hanging out with his family, riding a bike, or just generally acting goofy.   Sign up for the Thoughts from the Treehouse newsletter and get additional inspiration in your email inbox!
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scheng1 February 19, 2010 at 9:15 am

I wonder about that too. When I was working as HR representatives, and handled work injuries cases, I felt so unfair for some workers who suffered permanent injuries, and the compensation just a few thousand dollars.
.-= scheng1´s Last Fabulous Post ..7 tips to self improvement =-.


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