I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits.
When building a profitable practice, you will have days where you are tested and you question your worth. Having self-worth is hugely important when building your practice. The most confident and happy people we know are the ones who have high self-worth. But how did they get that way? Are some people just born with a better sense of value? Or do they make a practice of acting a certain way, which helps to keep them feeling positive about who they are? When you talk to people with high self-worth, you find that they have a lot of things in common. Those who feel good about themselves tend to think a certain way.
Let’s look at a few of the ideas which keep people feeling worthy, even when life may be difficult:
1. They understand where mistakes fit.
Everyone messes up now and again. The person with self-worth recognizes this. They take responsibility for the action and understand that just because something went wrong, it doesn’t change who they are as a person. They still value themselves, even when they make a mistake.
2. They don’t get caught up in the trappings of life.
Who you are has a whole lot less to do with what you have than what you might think. It doesn’t matter how much money is in your bank account, whether you are wearing the right clothes, or if you have the right education. Your value has a lot more to do with who you are inside than who you are outside. You can still be worthy, even if you have very little in the way of possessions or money.
3. They don’t chase happiness.
Who you are has very little to do with whatever emotion you happen to be feeling in the moment. If you’re not happy, it doesn’t mean that you are not worthy. Period. You’re going to feel what you’re going to feel. Individuals with high self-worth realize this and accept their emotions for what they are: a reflection of their emotional state, and not a personal value.
4. They take responsibility for how they feel.
When you have strong feelings of self-worth, you do not need other people to define you. This also means you need to drop any victim mentality. They say no one can make you feel anything without your permission. This is truer than you might realize. It’s up to you to decide who you are. No one else has this right.
Of course, there are other things people with self-worth do. They practice empathy, especially with themselves. They love their job and set goals that make sense to them. The common thread: They do things that honor them. They don’t make compromises or get caught up in doing what they think they should but, instead, focus on what’s right for them.
You can do this too by merely paying attention to your choices and holding fast to who you are.
I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits. Please go to businessofrehab.com/guide to pick up the free guide to help you determine the best business entity for your new practice.
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