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The Four Pillars of Worth

Self-awareness

Self-esteem

Self-respect

Self-confidence

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Ribbon of Worth 

You are worthy, whole and profoundly important. We are glad you found our site and hope you enjoy learning more about your real worth. 

Our Philosophy:
You have always been worth it! The only thing that takes worth away is believing it is gone. You are worth it today as much as you were the first day of your life. Whatever happened to alter the accurate evaluation of your self-worth can be changed and your worth restored.

Core Concepts:
1. People are basically good.
2. Self-worth is a certainty for every individual.
3. The Four Pillars of Worth build and reinforce self-worth.
4. Remembering self-worth daily is important.
5. Living from our worth brings out the best in us.

Fun Fact: Worth is a noun, verb, adjective and preposition.

Worth (noun) - Usefulness or importance. The value of something measured by its qualities or by the esteem in which it is held.
Worth (intransitive verb) - Become 
Worth (adjective) - Estimable (archaic). To the fullest extent one's value or ability.
Worth (preposition) - Used to indicate the value of something. Good, valuable or important enough for (something) and deserving.
Worth - Latin origin from the word vertere which means to turn.


Ask about the Worth & Resilience presentation for your work or community group today.

Our workshops and small group presentations are designed to support your real and inherent worth. We offer two options: 

#1. Training for Compassionate Service Professionals such as, counselors, teachers, nurses, non-profit agency staff, clergy and volunteers.

#2. A lecture or presentation.
A group facilitator outline is available (for small groups or counselors).

Ask us about an event for your group: [email protected]



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