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Nine Ways on How Can You Stop Being Undervalued.

Does no one acknowledge your skills? No worries, follow this!

“A prophet is not honoured in his own country.”

1. Be known outside your direct network

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“When doing Sales, the first people who will trust you will be Strangers.

Friends will be shielding against you, fair-weather friends will distance from you. Family will look down upon you”

Here’s how to do it!

It’s always about providing value!

2. Highlight your background in first interaction

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How to do it?

3. Include transparency in your core values

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Here are some tips

4. Stay relevant

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What to do about it?

5. Be generous

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How to do it?

A small gratitude exercise

6. Avoid asking for help when you don’t really require it

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Remember, people will value you only if you value their time.

How to do it?

7. Offer help when others require it

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The Five Minute Help

8. Take initiatives

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How to do it?

9. Be patient

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Madhav Bahl

The Lean Programmer | Tech Blogger | Aiming to make youth well versed with tech | Self-help and Productivity Blogger | On a journey to find the meaning of life