Wednesday, 19 November 2008

What is your value?

I was thinking today about being valuable.

Every person is valuable in some situations and is not valuable in some other situations.

The good or bad news is that the fact that a person is valuable in a situation is not absolute and unshakable. By this I mean, you can loose or gain value depending on the circumstance and situation.

In the other words, being valuable is contextual and has a season.

We always get value and give value. We get value in forms of love, care and money from our cercumstance and we give value in forms of our actions, works, words, etc.

A child is often valuable in the eyes of his/her parents and no matter what that child does, the value doesn't dissappear.

If you are an employee of a Company, depending on the value that you add to the Company you will get paid. If you can't or don't add any value to the Company, you will be fired or at least redundant. On the other hand, if you are very valuable for the Company, you can get pay rise or promotion.

Strangely, sometimes you loose your value not because you haven't done anything wrong and sometimes you gain value not because you have done anything right!

What is your value at your Company?

Friends provide value for each other. If one friend becomes invaluable, then the relationship is cut.

Husbands and wifes are valuable for each other. Once one side is invaluable for the other, the relationship is cut.

Do you try to add value wherever you are?

Did you know that you have no other option? I mean if you don't add value, you loose the value, e.g. money and support, you have so you have no option but keep adding the same value or adding more values.

Yes, it's always a trade fortunately or unfortunately!

This fact is a bit stressful, isn't it?

Go where you can be valuable and leave where you can't be.

The greater value you add, the greater value you get. That's why if you work hard and add more value, the more prosper you become.

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