Raw materials and basic services need to be valued more, manufacturing skill needs to be valued more and, oddly, “things” need to be valued more.
You don’t get to determine what value is nor what is valued nor how.
We’ve got this market thing you see? Which, at root, is simply all of us, all 7 billion of us, placing upon what other people produce the value that we think it has. Each of us individually exercises our judgement, measures the additional utility that a good or service brings us and the market aggregates those into a system of prices: the values.
And that’s it I’m afraid. There is no great secret.