Does Higher Self Esteem Equal Higher Monetary Income?

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Self Esteem

Self-esteem is a term in psychology to reflect a person’s overall evaluation or appraisal of her or his own worth. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs (for example, “I am competent”, “I am worthy”) and emotions such as triumph, despair, pride and shame[1] . ‘The self-concept is what we think about the self; self-esteem, the positive or negative evaluation of the self, is how we feel about it’.[2] A person’s self-concept consists of the beliefs one has about oneself, one’s self perception, or, as Hamlyn (1983: 241) expresses it, “the picture of oneself”. Baumeister (1997) described Self concept as totally perception which people hold about him/ herself (p. 681). It is not the “facts” about one-self but rather what one believes to be true about one-self (Sarah Mercer, p. 14). Early researchers used self-concept as a descriptive construct, such as ‘I am an athlete’ (Rosenberg 1979).

In all likelihood there are a few souls who are  interested in this subject so why not put it on the menu for today’s lunchtime special and keep it brief so that we can make it back to our posts on schedule?

Today’s focus for yours truly is as to whether or not self esteem and monetary income are related to each other along with the details as to how and why if they actually are, yet as a no brainer, it seems that they are without much thinking because self esteem directly correlates with self worth, and money is simply a means of communicating worth and value within a modern society.

Self Esteem = Income

Yes, you earn money in direct proportion to your level of self-respect and self-worth. People who suffer from guilt and low self-esteem will be robbed by self-sabotage, hesitancy, personal limitations, limited thinking, and negative beliefs. This is a fact. The better you feel about yourself, the more you believe you deserve, the more money you will attract. “Good people deserve to be rewarded” happens in your head and then it happens in your wallet.
Source: Robin Elliot, from

In particular, the word MONETARY was specified in the title because interestingly enough, a strange set of circumstances has appeared on the scene/screen in regards to social media and popular modern culture which often indicates that lower self esteem is what can and does lead to a higher income, in the form of incoming comments and notice from and by individuals who may believe it to be worthwhile to invest in and exchange with such individuals of the like.

An investigation has been opened.