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Grow a deeper connection 

with yourself and others.  

Step 1. 

Optimize your self-concept for connection  

Watch this interview with Denny Ransom and Nathaneal Mohr as they discuss real life identity changes and relationships.

Step 2. 

Reflect on how to become the kind of person you would want to be in a relationship with.

Are you are facing issues in your relationships?


Are you having trouble developing new and meaningful relationships? 

You can:

Attract Great Relationships 

Strengthen Intimacy 

Nurture Closeness 

Create a Deeper Connection 

Build the foundation of the relationship you want by becoming that person you would want to be with. 

Every aspect of your relationships that is within your control, both desirable and undesirable, is a reflection of your self-concept. 

The relationships you create are a combination of the beliefs you have about the world, the beliefs you have about yourself, and how those beliefs interact with one another.

Your self-concept defines your personal identity and impacts every thought, feeling, and action you take to create the relationships you want.

With the help of one of our experienced guides trained in using the Self-Concept Model™, you can now reorganize those subconscious characteristics, acquire new ones, and remove the self-sabotaging ones. You will then find yourself automatically creating the type of relationships you want. The research done here at is designed to create for you impactful, long-term transformations, and give you access to more of your potential.

Step 3. 

Schedule a 30 minute call and create a Self-Concept Optimization Plan™

Book a 30 minute Self-Concept Optimization Session™ with one of the trained Self-Concept Transformation Facilitators to design a Plan that will unlock your potential to create trust, passion, communication, friendship, affection and joy your relationships.

On this call you'll:  

1. Take a look at your current situation to see what is/isn't working.

2. Identify what's possible regarding reaching your relationship goals with an optimized self-concept.

3. Uncover the #1 self-concept bottleneck restricting your access to the relationships you want in your life.

4. Develop a practical 3-step Action Plan that will get you help you optimize your self-concept.

Nathaneal Mohr is an independent researcher, consultant, and educator. He is organizing the world's largest body of research on identity change. His special focus is on uncovering how changing the self-concept influences human performance.

Damon Cart is a speaker, internationally renowned trainer and coach. Damon's clients include a range of Silicon Valley Founders, Executives, and high-performance coaches.