If that is true, to me a comic strip is worth much more. On April 28, 2017, Beetle Bailey, by Mort Walker, published this comic that seemed to capture so much in just 2 panels.
Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker
For me this captures many ideas related to self-talk and self-worth.
In relation to self-talk, this demonstrates how we take account or believe what we tell ourselves. After all, nobody will jump into our head to counter what we say to ourselves. For this reason, Henry Ford exclaimed:
Each day, our daily actions produce data about the kind of person we are, how capable we are, and therefore provides us with information or data about ourselves and provides information abouthow we should think about ourselves. Our self-talk then defines or tells us what to think about the data we produce each day.
With this in mind, I encourage you to go out and practice paneugenesis by generating comprehensive improvements by creating pervasive, reciprocal, selfish, selfless, synergistic interactions so everyone and everything benefits. Doing so means you will produce experiences and data from which your self-talk will be filled with good things you tell yourself – about yourself! These actions will provide you a good feeling and well-being and a reason to feel good about ourself.
Go and do good, practice paneugenesis, to give yourself data to support the good things you tell yourself – about yourself!
PS for information about this you can see: Its All Meaningless! Here is How to Create Meaning!, Its All Meaningless! Here is How to Create Meaning!, Progress is a Helpful Aim & Focus, and My Sister Practiced Paneugenesis and Everything Benefitted!
Here is more information about the power of our what we tell ourselves to think: Mindset Research – Amazing Presentation