In a world that often measures success by achievements, it’s crucial to remember that our value doesn’t solely reside in our accomplishments.

I firmly believe that defining our worth by our achievements can be a limiting perspective. Instead, I propose a different approach: evaluate the adequacy of your engagement through your achievements.

The Value of Engagement

By shifting our focus from achievement-based worth to engagement-based adequacy, we open up new possibilities for personal growth. It’s about the effort and intention we put into our actions, rather than just the end results. This approach allows us to continuously learn, grow, and change, embracing the manifesting model that I advocate.

Our beliefs play a significant role in shaping the reality we manifest. But let’s not confuse our worth with the outcomes we create. Instead, consider assessing the capabilities of your beliefs based on the reality you bring into existence. This perspective empowers us to take charge of our beliefs, actively shaping the world around us.

A Formative Approach to Life

To truly thrive, it’s essential to adopt a formative approach to life. This means continually assessing yourself and your life, with a focus on learning, growing, and changing. It’s a dynamic process that keeps us in alignment with our desires and aspirations.

The Influence of Feelings

Our feelings are powerful indicators of our reality. They often hold more sway over our perceptions than the actual circumstances of our lives. Consider the wealthy but unsatisfied person or the lonely, unfulfilled married individual. Their feelings reveal that true happiness goes beyond external success.

Let us break free from the confines of achievement-based self-worth and embrace engagement-based adequacy. By assessing our lives formatively and following the Learn, Grow, Change manifesting model, we can navigate the complex journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

It’s not about what you achieve; it’s about how you engage with life that truly defines your worth.