Very often, low self worth
can lead to having doubts about our own value, or value of the products or services that we offer. We need to have in mind that if someone hired us or paid to us for our product or service, that means that they perceive us or our products or services valuable (worthy) of the amount of money that they invested. Would you hire someone or invest money in something that has no value to you at all? Probably not.
The moment we start doubting ourselves, or our services, we may invoke the doubt in our potential employee, client, or customer as well. Why would they believe in us or in what we have to offer if we think of ourselves as ‘fraud’ or ‘unworthy’, or we do not feel that we are the right person for the client, position, or a project?
It was very interesting for me to witness my clients increase their wealth or improve their financial situation, once we worked on increasing their self worth
. I often joyfully state that whatever the amount of month my clients invest in my coaching program, their ‘earn’ it back by the end of the coaching program, or within a very short amount of time after the coaching program.
One of my coaching clients got the confidence to renegotiate the terms of the seven figure business contract that had been stalled for years, and fire several employees whose underperformance was losing her a lot of money.
One of my clients achieved her dream of selling her own product line and offering her consulting services during the coaching program, which made it possible for her to leave her full time job within less than six months.
One of my clients was undercharging for her coaching services, and during the program got the confidence to increase her prices, which had increased her income significantly!
Many of my clients, after learning how to set healthy boundaries in relationships, had let go of ‘parasitic’ relationships (people who were taking advantage of them) and by doing so, stopped the ‘leakage’ of significant amount their money, which they were spending on paying for other people’s (irresponsible) debts, car accidents, money ‘loans’ (which would never be returned), insurance bills…
One of my clients got the confidence to file a court request for the return of her possessions.
Some of my clients stopped recklessly accumulating credit card debt, after realising that they were trying to feel more worthy by buying new clothes, bags, and shoes, pursuing one prestigious certification after another, or/and going on (too) expensive vacations.
No matter how much we are earning, our net worth reflects our self worth