What are you worth?

That tweet (or at least the message) has popped up on my phone more times than I can count in the past week. The strange part is that it was on Twitter, it was on Facebook, it was on Instagram, and someone else even shared the quote without the image in an email. The idea seemed to be everywhere that I looked over the past week. Every time that it popped up, it made me think about this statement again. 

Hopefully, you read the message in the picture above before you started reading this newsletter. Pause for a moment, re-read that tweet, and consider the message, you will see that the simplicity of this message is what makes it so profound. Far too often in life, something bad will happen and as a result, our self-esteem can be momentarily shaken. At that moment it is natural for us, as humans, to question our value, even for the briefest periods of time.


Our internal value does not change. Think about the thing that made you question your worth. Now, move away from it and do the things that make you feel more confident! Those things will increase your self-esteem. Choose to spend time with the people who build you up, rather than those that bring you down. Choose to watch something that makes you laugh rather than something that makes you sad. You always have the opportunity to choose to do the things that lift your spirits, rather than spending time on the things that seem to hold you back.

We will finish this newsletter with a statement that I find myself saying to my daughters pretty frequently...


Movement is my medicine,


Dr. William "Chip" Bleam

Dr. William "Chip" Bleam


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