Understanding & Managing Your
How much faith you have in yourself, how much you think you can do, how much impact you think you can have, how much worth you think you have and how well you treat yourself – these are your self-concepts.
To help achieve your success & wellbeing, it’s key to understand what self-concepts are, how to identify the levels of your self-concepts, what positivity and negatively impacts them, and how to manage and address them.
Online content and coaching
Through our Understanding & Managing Your Self-Concepts Course and supported with 121 coaching, we help you to:
- Finesse your understanding of self-concepts, so that you can identify what exactly are your enablers and your constraints
- Understand your current self-concept levels
- Learn how to improve your self-concepts to help you reach your goals
- Know which levers to pull, so to empower you at critical times.
Some questions for you
Spend a few moments thinking about the questions below. Our course will support you to reflect on, answer and address these questions.
- Nobody has high self-confidence all the time, unless they are fooling themselves. But how is your level of confidence – does it harm your chances of success? Do you know why, when and what batters or bolsters your confidence? Are you managing your life to give yourself the best chance of having high self-confidence? When you lose it, do you know how to regain it quickly?
- What about your sense of self-esteem – your view of yourself, your identity, your image and your sense of worth? How do you value yourself?
- What’s your self-compassion like? Are you too soft or too hard on yourself? Olympians we have worked with, have poor self-compassion; they do beat themselves up after failure, but critically, they move swiftly on to focusing their attention on their learning and next goal. Are you able to do that or do you ruminate on setbacks and failure?
- There is a term in psychology called ‘locus of control’. It is about how much you think you can affect other people and situations: do you feel it worth speaking out because it might change things, or do you think that no-one will listen to you? The amount of locus of control you have will affect your motivation and actions. If you’ve got too much, your ego and over-confidence will alienate people; you might get what you want, but there will be people waiting to stab you in the back at the first opportunity. If you have too little, you won’t make as much difference as you could. Do you get that right? Do you ‘get’ what has contributed to you having your habitual response?
- Would you like help in knowing what and how to manage these self-concepts to better achieve your success & wellbeing?
Instead of doing our online course, you may just prefer to have 121 coaching tailored to your specific needs around your self-concepts.