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There’s a lot of people out there who claim to be undervalued, underpaid, and underappreciated.

The reality is, 99.99% of the time this isn’t the case.

These are people who work 40 hours...

Never go above and beyond what's expected of them...

Clock out mentally by Thursday afternoon...

Live paycheck to paycheck...

...and don't do shit to develop themselves outside of work.

Yet they parade around and drop the phrase, "Know your worth" as if they are more deserving.

Well, your real worth is measured by how much you are valued, paid, and appreciated...

So what does that tell you?

Well if you aren’t where you want to be…

…it should tell you that you don't actually have the skills or drive the value that you believe you do.

…it should tell you that it’s most likely that the world isn't wrong...

You are.

Quit playing dumb...

Deep down, you know the truth...

You know the universe is giving back exactly what you're giving it.

So let's quit this “Know your worth" bullshit.

If you're functioning at the bare minimum, and working to meet the requirements...

You deserve nothing more than what you have right now.

If you really want more/better for yourself...

Bring more to the table.

Get better.

Provide more value.

Go above and beyond what's expected, and what anyone else is willing to do.

Until then...

Remember…your worth is your worth…

…but that worth is determined by you, your effort, your dedication to improving your skillset, and your commitment to high personal standards.

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