Self Concept Quotes

Self Concept Quotes by Neale Donald Walsch, Gabrielle Burton, Brian Tracy, Leon Edel, Malcolm Forbes, Nathaniel Branden and many others.

Look to see what you are doing today. Is this how you choose to define yourself? Look to see what you are thinking today. Is this what you wish to create?
Great parts of our economy are directly dependent upon women having a weak self-concept. A multi-billion dollar fashion-cosmetic industry testifies to the validity of this approach. A woman who does not know who she is can be sold anything.
Your subconscious mind makes all your words and actions fit a pattern consistent with your self-concept and your innermost beliefs about yourself.
The biographer who writes the life of his subjects self-concept passes through a fade into the inner house of life.
Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are.
The greatest barrier to achievement and success is not lack of talent or ability but rather the feeling that achievement and success, above a certain level, are outside our self-concept-our image of who we are and what is appropriate to us.
We have a mental block inside us that stops us from earning more than we think we are worth. If we want to earn more in reality, we have to upgrade our self-concept.
My definition of success: When your core values and self-concept are in harmony with your daily actions and behaviors.
Low self-esteem is like driving through life with your hand-break on.
In contrast to what the women have been told (that they are dumb and ugly) and how they have been controlled with confined strictures, the dance class is a safe place in which the women have choices and can improve their self-concept.
Books seek us out. They slip themselves into our hands just at the time we are ready for a new self-concept.
How anybody dresses is indicative of his self-concept. If students are dirty and ragged, it indicates they are not interested in tidying up their intellects either.
There are many types of emotional abuse but most is done in an attempt to control or subjugate another person. Emotional abuse is like brainwashing in that it systematically wears away at the victim‘s self-confidence, sense of self, trust in her perceptions and self-concept.
Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.
Act as if you are the person you want to be.
What passes for education, culture or maturity in most minds is merely how individuals want to think of themselves, a contrived egocentric self-concept, not actual and effective principles and values. This is what is known in the cliche as the “veneer” of civilization.
A person’s self-concept is the core of his personality.