What is your stock value? Many people allow others to determine their stock value by simply regarding the situations that occur in their lives as strictly happenstance. Simply, while they may be the principle subject of the book, they are not the author; be the author of your own book. It can be very difficult to determine a particular stock’s value if we don’t have adequate product knowledge enough to articulate the highlights of the commodity; the commodity in this case is you. You are the only person who can determine your worth; do not allow others to do that for you. Your worth is determined by your works.
If your stocks are in a holding pattern or have been decreasing overtime, this must mean that you haven’t adjusted with the times. Every great CEO of a corporation understands that in order to be successful they must not only be willing to do whatever it takes to ensure success but also invest countless hours into perfecting their product or service. If you want others to believe that you’re human stock value is of blue chip caliber, you’d better start investing time into increasing your value every day. Accept the fact that high quality stocks are the ones that are forever evolving and are forever improving.
Lastly, your self-worth or human stock value is determined by the company you keep. If you are the best person in your group, you need to find a new group. Do not be misled; I am not saying to dump all of your underperforming friends, I am saying to reevaluate the people you allow to influence your value. Birds of a feather typically flock together. The people around you should constantly motivate you to be better than you already are; this is another thing that has a major impact on determining your stock value. While most people are satisfied with the status quo, I am always looking for ways to better myself and so should you.
I challenge you to rededicate yourself to increasing your stock value by investing countless hours in improving yourself in every way on each and every day.
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