We feel valued when we feel important or cherished by others.
Being valued by others begins when we value ourselves—which means living with integrity. Or, as the saying goes, “walking our own talk.”
Others value us when we add value to our different relationships. Of course, each relationship is different, therefore what’s valuable in each one is unique to that relationship. Our friends may value our trustworthiness, our family may value our reliability and our co-workers may value our knowledge of our company or industry.
When you value yourself, it’s easy to be valued by others.
When was the last time someone told you that they valued you?