The Harm in Not Recognizing Your Inherent Value I was working with a client on identifying and exploring her values. It was an area in life where she felt like she was playing small, avoiding deep conversations, and not truly expressing herself fully. She was worried about judgement from others and how this might cause change in relationships. But mostly, she was done with that and ready to fully lean in to who she was. You see, Jessica couldn’t describe her value at work.
BAM. There you have it. In the spirit of being real, I’m getting straight to it. Y’all, I’m scared. I’m not one to open up to others right away. Most times, I enjoy doing the question-asking, inquiring about others’ lives and approaching these conversations from a place of curiosity and earnest interest. But talk about myself? No way. Nope, don’t like it, never have. Feels uncomfortable. Sometimes it feels like bragging. Sometimes it feels like I’m dumping all my comp