by Steve Andreas
1 Self-concept, Values, and Self-Esteem 10
How a self-concept that is aligned with values results in self-esteem.
2 The Power of Self-concept 22
Why a good self-concept is a fundamental key to your success in life.
3 Elements of a Healthy Self-concept 30
The essential criteria that make your self-concept work well.
Strengthening the Self
4 Changing Structure 43
Discover and improve the unique structure of your self-concept.
5 Changing Time 65
Make sure your self-concept functions well all the time.
6 Changing Content 82
Enriching and enhancing who you are, and what you can do.
Expanding the Self
7 Utilizing Mistakes 100
Your mistakes can make your self-concept stronger and more accurate.
8 Transforming Mistakes 119
Using mistakes to become even more of who you want to be.
9 Building a New Quality of Self-concept 133
Create an entirely new desired quality or attitude for yourself.
Transforming the Self
10 Transforming an Uncertain Quality 155
Make a weak quality into a strong basis for who you want to be.
11 Changing the “Not self” 180
Thinking of who you are not can be destructive, and how to change it.
12 Transforming an Unwanted Quality 195
Change a negative attitude into the positive one that you want.
Boundaries of the Self
13 Discovering and Changing Boundaries 217
How to create inner boundaries that protect you more effectively.
14 Connecting with Others 239
How to be intimate, while retaining a strong sense of yourself.