The idea of knowing your worth and value is as old as time. Yet, we often sell ourselves short in search of something we desire; a job, business venture, friendship or relationship. We sometimes think if we present a smaller version of ourselves, we can ward off intimidation and get to a place we think we deserve to be. The problem with this is the stunting of your progress or grasp of a true relationship. When you sell yourself short, you don’t show the real you and people become accustomed to a “discounted” version of who you really are and what you are trying to be/attain. Remember to always be your true authentic self. Always present the full price and avoid disappointment.