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{Podcast #6} How to Use Jealousy, Envy & Anger to Raise Your Value & Be MORE Attractive

We’ve been told that envy, jealousy and anger can instantly lower your value as a woman—in love and business, but…

What if you could use them to be more POWERFUL, ATTRACTIVE and ACTUALLY RAISE your value?

On today’s HVW Wisdom podcast, you’re going to discover my elegant simple 3-step method to do just that…

Your Next Steps…

Take 60 seconds to share your opinion, story or a question with me in the comment area below. I read each one.

What are your challenges with jealousy, envy and anger? How do you cope with them? Let me know.

You’re a member of the High Value Woman tribe and your opinions matter.

With love and in service,


Rhonda “Be High Value” Cort

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  • Åsa Maria

    􏰌􏰚􏰏􏰚􏰈􏰎􏰎􏰒􏰌􏰈􏰘􏰉􏰄􏰄􏰓􏰌􏱇􏰌􏰈􏰟􏰏􏰬􏰚􏰄􏰟􏰌􏰚􏰇􏰃􏰑􏰌􏰈􏰚􏰚􏰃􏰚􏰐􏰟􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰌􏰎􏰏􏰋􏰘􏰌􏰚􏰃􏰠􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰘􏰏􏰰􏰌􏱇􏰌􏰚􏰉􏰒􏰌􏰚􏰏􏰌􏰑􏰄􏰄􏰌􏰋􏰄􏰘􏰈􏰚􏰃􏰕􏰄􏰌􏰄􏰠􏰏􏰚􏰃􏰏􏰋􏰑􏱟􏰄􏰦􏰬􏰄􏰉􏰃􏰄 􏱀􏰏􏰭􏰄􏰕􏰄􏰉􏰓􏰌􏰠􏰒􏰌􏰠􏰈􏰃􏰋􏰌􏰙􏰇􏰈􏰎􏰎􏰄􏰋􏰘􏰄􏰌􏰋􏰏􏰭􏰌􏰃􏰑􏰌􏰭􏰇􏰄􏰋􏰌􏰏􏰚􏰇􏰄􏰉􏰌􏰬􏰄􏰏􏰬􏰎􏰄􏰌􏰄􏰦􏰬􏰉􏰄􏰑􏰑􏰌􏰫􏰄􏰈􏰎􏰏􏰐􏰑􏰒􏰌􏰏􏰉􏰌􏰄􏰋􏰕􏰒􏰌􏰚􏰏􏰭􏰈􏰉􏰟􏰑􏰌􏰠 􏰠􏰒􏰌􏰎􏰃􏰪􏰄􏰌􏰑􏰚􏰒􏰎􏰄􏰌􏰹􏰌􏰭􏰄􏰎􏰎􏰓􏰌􏰈􏰑􏰌􏱇􏰌􏰟􏰏􏰋􏱏􏰚􏰌􏰑􏰇􏰈􏰉􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰎􏰎􏰌􏰠􏰒􏰌􏰋􏰄􏰘􏰈􏰚􏰃􏰕􏰄􏰌􏰄􏰦􏰬􏰄􏰉􏰃􏰄􏰋􏰙􏰄􏰑􏰌􏰚􏰇􏰄􏰒􏰌􏰑􏰄􏰄􏰌􏰏􏰋􏰎􏰒􏰌􏰚􏰇􏰄􏰌􏰬􏰏􏰑􏰃􏰚􏰃􏰕􏰄􏰹􏰌􏰈 􏰈􏰠􏰈􏱠􏰃􏰋􏰘􏰓􏰌􏰭􏰇􏰃􏰙􏰇􏰌􏰃􏰚􏰌􏰃􏰑􏰌􏰋􏰏􏰚􏰓􏰌􏱇􏱏􏰠􏰌􏰫􏰐􏰑􏰚􏰌􏰚􏰉􏰒􏰃􏰋􏰘􏰌􏰋􏰏􏰚􏰌􏰚􏰏􏰌􏰟􏰭􏰄􏰎􏰎􏰌􏰏􏰋􏰌􏰋􏰄􏰘􏰈􏰚􏰃􏰕􏰄􏰌􏰑􏰚􏰐􏰪􏰪􏰌􏰈􏰋􏰟􏰌􏰎􏰃􏰕􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰋􏰌􏰎􏰃􏰕􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰋􏰌􏰃􏰋􏰑􏰬􏰃􏰉 􏰪􏰉􏰃􏰄􏰋􏰟􏱏􏰑􏰌􏰋􏰄􏰭􏰌􏰘􏰃􏰉􏰎􏰪􏰉􏰃􏰄􏰋􏰟􏰑􏰌􏰑􏰄􏰄􏰌􏰠􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰑􏰌􏰈􏰌􏰚􏰇􏰉􏰄􏰈􏰚􏰌􏰹􏰌􏰭􏰇􏰃􏰎􏰄􏰌􏰳􏰏􏰚􏰇􏰌􏰠􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰋􏰟􏰌􏰚􏰇􏰄􏰌􏰘􏰐􏰒􏰌􏰬􏰐􏰚􏰌􏰄􏰈􏰙􏰇􏰌􏰏􏰚􏰇􏰄􏰉􏰌􏰃􏰋􏰌􏰚􏰇 􏰈􏰘􏰏􏰯􏰰􏰌􏰷􏰏􏰌􏰒􏰏􏰐􏰌􏰇􏰈􏰕􏰄􏰌􏰈􏰋􏰒􏰌􏰈􏰟􏰕􏰃􏰙􏰄􏰌􏰚􏰏􏰌􏰑􏰇􏰈􏰉􏰄􏰌􏰉􏰄􏰘􏰈􏰉􏰟􏰃􏰋􏰘􏰌􏰇􏰏􏰭􏰌􏰚􏰏􏰌􏰟􏰄􏰈􏰎􏰌􏰭􏰃􏰚􏰇􏰌􏰚􏰇􏰏􏰑􏰄􏰌􏰑􏰃􏰚􏰐􏰈􏰚􏰃I totally agree, I adopted this attitude a long time ago. I try to see negative emotions/experiences in a positive light. However, my main challenge now is when other people express jealousy or envy towards me (e.g. they’re jealous of my life style – well, as I don’t share all my negative experiences they see only the positive- as if my life is all super amazing, which it is not, I’m just trying not to dwell on negative stuff and live an live an inspiring life, or some male friend’s new girlfriends see me as a threat – while both me and the guy put each other in the friendship category ages ago). Do you have any advice to share regarding how to deal with those situations?

    • Rhonda

      Good question Åsa! Thanks for asking. We can only control our own emotions and how we respond to the emotions of others. That said, it is not our place to placate another woman’s feelings of jealousy. You really don’t have the power to do so, because it has nothing to do with you and everything to do with her. I would limit the time I spend around him (when he is with her.) If you go out in groups, it’s easy. Spend more time with others in the group. If she says something unkind, say you will not be spoken to rudely—and walk away. Do not entertain her jealousy. This is something her boyfriend must deal with.

      About dwelling on the positive… When I am in a group, if the conversation goes down a negative path, I do one of two things: (1) If it is polite to leave, I do so. This works if you’re at a gathering and there are several groups having conversations. (2) If I am seated at dinner, I just say that I’m not one to dwell on negative things… And since I only have good things to say, I say nothing. Then, in my mind, I think of something more uplifting and tune the conversation out. Pretty bold…and some might say it’s rude, but I really don’t care. I am one of the happiest women I know 🙂

  • Roberta Saum

    This is beautiful advice. We all struggle with these emotions. If we follow this advice the world will be a much better place. No one likes to be on the receiving end of jealously and envy.

    • Rhonda


      That’s really deep. Yes, the world would be a much better place. I love the fact that it’s starting with you, me, The High Value Woman™ international tribe and others showing women how to master our emotions.

      It’s so easy to listen to a podcast or read an article and move on… It takes a true giver to stop, show appreciation and leave a comment. Thank you so much for sharing!


  • Lea

    􏰘􏰋􏰠􏰙􏰨􏰓􏰌􏰇􏰌􏰳􏰋􏰚􏰁􏰙􏰠􏰲􏰑􏰌􏰨􏰪􏰡􏰟􏰟􏰌􏰎􏰋􏰡􏰟􏰰􏰌􏰚􏰠􏰙􏰟􏰡􏰉􏰑􏰨􏰠􏰙􏰇􏰠􏰪􏰌􏰦􏰋􏰚􏰡􏰌􏰄􏰟􏰟􏰁􏰇􏰠􏰪􏰌􏰳􏰘􏰨􏰠􏰪􏰇􏰠􏰪􏰌􏰘􏰋􏰕􏰌􏰦􏰋􏰚􏰌􏰐􏰟􏰇􏰕 􏰑􏰘􏰇􏰠􏰪􏰉􏰌􏰇􏰉􏰌􏰟􏰉􏰉􏰟􏰠􏰳􏰇􏰨􏰁􏰌􏰑􏰋􏰌􏰙􏰟􏰐􏰟􏰁􏰋􏰏􏰇􏰠􏰪􏰌􏰉􏰑􏰡􏰋􏰠􏰪􏰟􏰡􏰌􏰔􏰪􏰋􏰹􏰸􏰑􏰡􏰟􏰠􏰪􏰑􏰘􏰌􏰨􏰠􏰙􏰌􏰇􏰑􏰉􏰌􏰡􏰟􏰨􏰁􏰁􏰦􏰌􏰑􏰘􏰟􏰌􏰋􏰠􏰁􏰦􏰌􏰕􏰨􏰦 􏰑􏰋􏰌􏰪􏰡􏰋􏰕􏰌􏰨􏰉􏰌􏰨􏰌􏰏􏰟􏰡􏰉􏰋􏰠􏰵􏰴􏰌􏰑􏰘􏰟􏰌􏰕􏰨􏰦􏰌􏰦􏰋􏰚􏰌􏰟􏰠􏰙􏰟􏰙􏰌􏰋􏰄􏰄􏰌􏰦􏰋􏰚􏰡􏰌􏰨􏰡􏰑􏰇􏰳􏰁􏰟􏰌􏰡􏰟􏰎􏰇􏰠􏰙􏰉􏰌􏰕􏰟􏰌􏰋􏰄􏰌􏰨􏰠􏰌􏰟􏰌􏰎􏰨􏰇􏰁􏰌􏰏􏰡􏰋􏰪􏰡􏰨􏰎􏰌􏰇􏰌􏰉􏰇􏰪􏰠􏰟􏰙􏰌􏰚􏰏 􏰄􏰋􏰡􏰌􏰑􏰋􏰌􏰘􏰟􏰁􏰏􏰌􏰙􏰟􏰨􏰁􏰌􏰕􏰇􏰑􏰘􏰌􏰨􏰌􏰘􏰟􏰨􏰡􏰑􏰈􏰡􏰟􏰨􏰫􏰰􏰌􏰘􏰟􏰌􏰕􏰋􏰚􏰁􏰙􏰌􏰟􏰠􏰙􏰌􏰘􏰇􏰉􏰌􏰟􏰎􏰨􏰇􏰁􏰉􏰌􏰕􏰇􏰑􏰘􏰌􏰉􏰋􏰎􏰟􏰑􏰘􏰇􏰠􏰪􏰌􏰁􏰇􏰫􏰟 􏱋􏰍􏰟􏰐􏰇􏰠􏰌􏱋􏰦􏰋􏰚􏰲􏰡􏰟􏰌􏰪􏰋􏰋􏰙􏰌􏰟􏰠􏰋􏰚􏰪􏰘􏱌􏰌􏰆􏰘􏰋􏰎􏰏􏰉􏰋􏰠􏰌􏰨􏰠􏰙􏰌􏰘􏰨􏰐􏰟􏰌􏰨􏰌􏰏􏰋􏰉􏰑􏰌􏰠􏰋􏰑􏰟􏰌􏰑􏰘􏰟􏰌􏰕􏰨􏰦􏰌􏰦􏰋􏰚􏰌􏰙􏰇􏰙􏰌 􏰐􏰟􏰡􏰦􏰌􏰡Rhonda, I couldn’t agree more. Understanding your feeling changing how you view things is essential to developing stronger Ego-Strength and its really the only way to grow as a person. Very reassuring. Thanks!

    • Rhonda

      Thanks for sharing Lea. We can master emotions OR we can let them master us. It’s not easy, but the freedom you experience is WORTH IT!

  • Trisha

    Good one, Rhonda! I have been promoting women for years! Strong women promote other women, weak women criticize!

    • Rhonda

      That’s great Trisha! xx

  • Margareta

    If you were in an argument with your man and he says to you “you want me to obey your standards & I won’t do it.” What does that tell you about him? What would you do & say in that situation?

  • Melissa

    I was a very insecure, critical and unappreciative spouse to an absolutely stellar man. When he finally stood up to my BS, I finally realized what a wreck I was. I have gone on to redefine myself, my goals and my interactions with others. I did it to be a better version of myself AND save my marriage. My once stellar husband no longer respects me because of the way I had treated him. I am finding it difficult to be compassionate towards him because I know the BS I created led him here (he is responsible for him, but I certainly helped!!) yet, I am certainly being disrespected. How do I stand up for myself without becoming angry? How should I respond to disrespectful things at this stage? I’ve been ignoring them but in my desire to be a high value woman, I don’t think ignoring them is what I should do as it seems to encourage the treatment.

  • Barbara

    Rhonda, I just love your podcast. I’m 56. , while I’m not a loud person and make scenes, I do struggle with my emotions. I’m not a jealous or envious woman but I do have trouble exspressing how I feel. Now, I’m going to learn to feel my emotions, take them in and understand them then react accordingly Hopefully I’ll do better. Thank you so much Barbara

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