5 things to do to increase your self-worth

Improving your self-worth helps you live a happier life, with a clear direction to pursue your passion and develop your career.

Self-worth can bring success from everyday work. When what you do and how you behave are in harmony with your values, life becomes more fun and work is no longer a burden.

So how to improve your self-worth, refer to the 5 things you should do below.

Reading books

The world is so big that you can't explore it all, but you can read the whole world in books.

Billionaire Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathawway (USA) once said: "I have met many smart and successful people in all fields. They have one thing in common: Read books every day."

Improve health

On Zhihu, China's largest Q&A social network, there's a question: "What's the most expensive thing you've ever bought?". The answer that many people like the most is: "It is health, because illness can always make the family bankrupt".

In an interview about his own health, billionaire Warren Buffett said: "If I give you a car and it's the only car in your life, you'll take the best care of it. No matter what the damage happens. , you will quickly fix it. The same is true for our brains and bodies. Don't wait until the age of 50 to start taking care of it, because by then it will be very tired."

Billionaire Warren Buffett speaks at the 2019 annual meeting of shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway in Nebraska, USA. Photo: AP.

3. Maintain good habits

Google engineer Matt Cutts once shared a 30-day self-challenge story. He prescribed himself to complete four tasks every day: Cycling to work, walking 10,000 steps, taking photos and writing autobiography, and giving up the 4 habits of watching TV, eating sweets, using Twitter, and drinking coffee. . Thirty days later, Matt Cutts successfully lost weight and felt more motivated to embark on new projects.

"After the challenge, I have to thank myself after 30 days of maintaining that healthy habit," Matt Cutts said.

The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle said: "Our life is the sum total of many habits". Beethoven also shared: "A drop of water can wear down a rock, not because the drop has strength, but because the water flows continuously day and night. Therefore, we can affirm, without moving step by step, there is never a drop of water. can go a thousand miles."

4. Make the most of time

In this world, the only fair thing is time because everyone's day is the same length. Albert Einstein once said: "The difference between people is how they spend their free time. This time will produce talent, lazy people, drinkers or gamblers".

Never waste time and don't live in vain. By making time meaningful, life also becomes meaningful. How you spend your time determines how you will live.

5. Increase the value of social relationships

Successful people usually have good social connections. The relationship between people is essentially an exchange of values. Networking is not about how many people you know, but how many people know you. When you don't have value, it doesn't matter how many people you know.

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