Self Concept. Who are you ? Chapter 2 in text. Our self concept is simply the way we see our selves and thus present ourselves to others. It is made up of three diminutions….. Values ….our core motivators Beliefs ….our sense of likes and dislikes
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Who are you ? Chapter 2 in text
Our self concept is simply the way we see our selves and thus present ourselves to others.
VALUES …are the fundamental motivators to all of our actions and thoughts.
Beliefs …. Are formed from past experiences that we have had.....be they positive or negative!
The onstage self ..... The person you wish to be seen as……the public / professional self.
The spiritual self ….. The inner you , the person inside yourself that motivates you and guides you through life …..
As small children our invitation to the world is based upon how others see or label us……an example of this would be our names
In most cases our self concept is already hard wired at a very early age, 6 to 8.
We believe and learn to believe repeated messages about our selves …. Negative or Positive.
pick one that relates to your childhood
As we grow we can take on individual roles that meet our value system… a value system that has been nurtured through childhood.
Pick one that relates to you and trace it to your past
we experience life as a race