Episode #29 Know Your Worth

The most important thing about you is what comes to mind when you think about yourself. This week Dr. Michael Brown and Amy Seiffert break down what it means to truly know your worth.

Show Notes

I have felt so pulled in every direction. All the hats I could possibly wear are shoved on all at the same time with no help.
Amy Seiffert

Three Problems

  • The narrative our culture often leads us to believe is that our worth is tied to a number such as our income, our weight, or our age.
  • We tend to view others with greater compassion than we view ourselves.
  • A self-image that is driven by production, achievement, and success will often lead to feelings of guilt and shame.

Three Principles

  • The most important thing about us is what comes into our minds when we think about ourselves.
  • Every human being is significant, special, strong, secure, and spiritual.
  • There is something incredibly sacred about being human.

Three Practices

  • Give yourself grace when it becomes clear that you will not be able to meet every goal you hoped to achieve in this season.
  • When you are feeling worthless, repeat to yourself the simple phrase, “I am enough.”
  • Reorient your heart around the reality that you are a someone, not a something.