John Niland, the founder of the Self Worth Academy and author of the Self Worth Safari book, describes Self Worth as "an unconditional friendship and loyalty to oneself".
Low self-worth translates into feelings of guilt and shame, procrastination, imposter syndrome, lack of direction and purpose, a low energy level, and addictive behaviour.
In other cases, it shows up as a sense of entitlement and superiority, inflated ego, workaholism, unhealthy competitiveness, and inability to interact with others at a deeper level.
Working on unconditional self-worth can help you find the integrity and creativity you need to show up authentically in your personal and professional life.
It is also the foundation to create a lifestyle and career aligned with your wants, needs and values.
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