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Your Baseline


How to use the Self-Concept Assessment™ 

to reach your parenting goals

The summary

How the Self-Concept Assessment™ works.

1. Your assessment takes what you have in mind as your goal.

2. Along with who you are at the identity level or/ your self-concept.

3. Gives you a summary of how your self-concept is helping or hurting your parenting goals.

Step 1. 

Get a quick understanding of how the Self-Concept Assessment™ works

You can become the kind of parent you have always wanted to be.

The type of parent you have been in the past is just a reflection of the unconscious map called your self-concept. Your self-concept is a summary of the beliefs you have about yourself and has almost exclusive control over every one of your emotional and intellectual reactions.

You have a unique way of subconsciously organizing these beliefs into characteristics that define you. These characteristics are smaller, automatic assumptions you have about yourself which fall under the larger subconscious map of your personal identity.

Your assessment was measuring the qualities that will support you the most as a parent. The Self-Concept Assessment™ creates this measurement based on the vision + beliefs you have about and for yourself. The Self-Concept Assessment™ works because when we want something in the in our lives we are projecting our values and our limiting beliefs on to that idea of what we want. 

Step 2. 

Reflect on how your self-concept has been impacting how you parent 

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

The choices you make as a parent 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 as a parent.

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 being the kind of parent you want to be.


Step 3. 

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

Book a 30 minute Self-Concept Optimization Session™ with myself or one of my Self-Concept Transformation Facilitators to design a Plan that will unlock your potential as a parent.

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 parenting goals with an optimized self-concept.

3. Uncover the #1 self-concept bottleneck restricting your access to becoming the parent you believe you can be.

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

About your facilitators

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. He is known as the leading expert in creating long-term, internal transformations that change the external world of his students.