Are you a high value woman? What IS a high value woman? …And does it matter? Put another way, if someone classed you as ‘basic’, would you be disappointed?
According to the internet, the term “high value woman” relates primarily to dating – ie, in order to land the man of your dreams, you must at least present (not necessarily become) a woman who looks like a lady, thinks like a man, exudes confidence and charisma, all while retaining a fierce feminine energy. (A piece of cake, right?!)
But there’s a lot more to be said about the importance of creating your true higher-value irrespective of dating, relationships, and a singular stated goal (to get a guy.) Why? Because the high-value mindset is worth becoming a total way of life!
‘High value’ women have interests and are interested. They push themselves outside the fattest part of the bell curve, differentiating themselves from the majority.
And it’s not just for the sake of it, or to be pretentious, or to try and “get” anything.
To the contrary, a high-value person not only HAS a value (and realises it), they seek to increase that value daily, by developing the whole package that is them. In other words, they strive to grow their “offer” to others.
Your offer relates to what you know, how you contribute, and how you influence and interact with your social circle, your family, your work colleagues, your love interests and society in general.
In simple terms, pursuing a ‘high value life’ is really about becoming a well-rounded person that brings value to the lives of people around them. And given that we attract what we are ourselves, this is the path to a more fulfilling, interesting, elevated and upgraded existence.
This post is a round-up of some of the habits and traits of women you could call “high value”. By way of disclaimer, ‘high value’ is of course, a subjective term. Your definition of ‘high value’ may be different to mine, so feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments!
A high value woman could mean a person who gives a lot back to society, or who manages a large family. Or perhaps she’s one who is financially independent, self-made, and financially well-off.
For this post, I’m talking about ‘high value’ as a term for someone who has more to offer than most, is perceived as ‘different’, is not cookie-cutter basic, and above all – she presents a refreshing change from the offerings of the masses.
If you aspire to exist in the pointy end of life, then read on for my take on the 15 things high value women do differently!
#1 – They have well-rounded knowledge
Committed to reading-up on a swathe of topics – topical, philosophical, and historical, high value women can bring something to ANY conversation.