I recently read an article that knocked my socks off.
It was (of all places) in the Wall Street Journal and was by (of all people) Taylor Swift and about (of all things) the music industry.
None of the above is typically included my regular reading repertoire.
Nevertheless, what homegirl wrote, blew me away. It was her mentalities about self-worth, success, and human connection that spoke to me. These are topics that apply to all of us.
Here are my take-aways:
1. One’s worth is not simply comprised not of what an industry/label/company/boss/ex-boyfreind/teacher/parent says it is. One’s worth is valued, first and foremost, by themselves. Meaning, once you know your worth, it’s easy to ask for (and get) more of what you want – love, money, happiness, etc.