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Chapter 2: What Are You Worth?

Would that there were an award for people who come to understand the concept of enough. Good enough. Successful enough. Thin enough. Rich enough. Socially responsible enough. When you have self-respect, you have enough.
Gail Sheehy – American writer & lecturer (1937 -)

 

What difference does it make how much you have? What you do not have amounts to much more.
Seneca – Roman Rhetorician & Writer (54 BC- ca. 39 AD)

Chapter Overview 


Chapter Two: What Are You Worth?Forget the calculator, statements and balance sheets.

This class explores how many skills YOU think you have.

With your list in hand, we’ll then explore what skills other people think YOU have! By the end of this class, you’ll discover without a doubt, all the many skills you have (or need) to grow your worth in multiple ways.

Time to get a grip on all the many talents you currently have. We’ll verify and grow your skills list with three simple, thorough unique exercises.

By the end of this class, you’ll know with an amazing level of clarity:

  • what skills you think you have.
  • what skills others think you have.
  • a plan to polish skills you have.
  • a map to find the skills you need.

Get ready for a self esteem a boost!  The more you KNOW yourself and your skills, the more likely you’ll attract people who’ll honor you for all your worth.


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Chapter Two Study Group Questions
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Exercise 7: My Skills As YOU See Them
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Exercise 8: My Skills As I See Them!
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Exercise 9: Skills Tally Time!
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Exercise 10: Worth Passport® Page 2
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Ready to get started? Good!

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Music: by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

3 thoughts on “Chapter 2: What Are You Worth?

  1. I used to wonder what all my skills were before taking this class. It’s good to take an inventory of skills. I took an inventory, listing the skills I had and then could see what skills I needed and which ones to improve on. I can see why learning is continuous as we develop ourselves. 🙂

    1. Mahalo Marsha! You’re the FIRST comment on this page! Yea! Everyone visiting here will see your comment. May your insights inspire folks to be more curious about how a skills inventory dramatically improves your sense of worth! True! Thanks again!

  2. I enjoyed the presentation, it was well thought out and very informative. It makes a person think and get ready mentally for Chapter 2 knowing a little more about what will be covered.

    I was happy and surprised by the outcome of Chapter 1 and my self-worth has risen from the findings. I am looking forward to how much the exploration we do in Chapter 2 will add to this!

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