First thing in the morning or anytime that you wake up is not the best time for remembering things,unless of course you have a big note pad next to you or sticky notes all over the wall next to you. It is not the best time to remember what you told yourself that you would do today, except maybe that you have got to get to work on time and pay your phone bill before you lose your link to the rest of the world. You might even forget about the phone bill and only remember when you cannot get a connection.
We all forget things, but once we are wide awake the opportunity also arises for us to remind ourselves about some things that comforts the mind and soul and have nothing to do with getting to work on time or paying your cell phone bill before your services get interrupted.
You have to remind yourself that you are worth something to someone somewhere, to a place, to God and or to yourself. The thought spurs you on through the day, promotes self esteem and instills a self confidence in you, that acts as a shield to any negativity that you might encounter along the way.
What you are worth is not so much how much is in your wallet or your bank account but how you feel about yourself, everything that you do and about the lives that you touch. The lives that you touch whether it be in a personal or service capacity can then translate into monetary value. Even if the lives that you touch does not translate into dollars, it transforms itself into gratification, if you allow it to.
Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg , to mention but a few, touched lives with their services and products and that touching translated itself into monetary worth. They gave away billions, which must have translated itself into gratification but also makes them more wealthy and worthy than the money that they still have or are still making. Not every one has exactly the same story line, but every story needs some worthiness.
We take so much for granted as we journey through life but even the smallest act of kindness to someone you know or a stranger, makes you worthy. You may not place too much value on the things
that you do for friends, for family or while at work , but what you do and especially how you do it, makes you worthy. You may not think yourself worthy, but there are probably a lot of people out there and around you, who look up to you and consider you worthy.
It does not really matter whether or not the corporation that you work for considers you worthy, but that the people you serve in each and every capacity consider you worthy. It does not matter which form of performance appraisal a corporation may choose to assess your worthiness. You have to sometimes assess yourself and it is your own assessment that is always more important. You always have to know who you are, that you are worthy of something or to someone and that is what matters.
Wake up and feel worthy of the day and make the day make you feel worthy. Do not let anyone or anywhere steal your self esteem, confidence or peace of mind. Feel worthy and stay worthy.