Exploring the
Self-worth approach

What's the secret to personal growth and change?

When we feel we're not enough, we can stay stuck, rarely choosing to live, work and contribute in our unique zone of genius.

In my experience, a deep connection to our unique self-worth throws opens the door to this opportunity to live fully, and joyfully. Self-worth is the fresh approach to personal growth, change and fulfilment that has been missing until now.

The Centre for Self-Worth was created to provide inspiration, encouragement and practical guidance to people who crave the sense of enoughness that can seem elusive but is both possible and powerful.

Appreciate and leverage your unique self

I'm Angela Raspass, the Founder of the Centre for Self Worth.

In my many years of work as a consultant and business mentor I noticed that, no matter how talented the individual, how valuable their work, how enticing their goals were, there were still many people who procrastinated and self-sabotaged, holding themselves back from all they wanted to be and do.

As I dug below the surface I found the common threads were a lack of self-belief, constant comparison, insidious imposter syndrome, coalescing into a feeling that they, or their ideas, did not really “measure up”, that they were not enough.

It's time to let those notions go and the self-worth approach is the way to do just that.

Angela Raspass - Centre for Self Worth Founder

Traditional approaches to helping people to thrive have focused on improving self-esteem to build confidence and self-efficacy. This philosophy builds reliance on external validation, a temporary fix that demands constant top-ups, a distracting and draining dance.

In contrast, utilising a self-worth approach, where you develop an unconditional loyalty, friendship and a strong internal source of support is enduring and sustainable, providing an infinitely stronger base for growth, innovation and focus.

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Common symptoms when self-worth is low

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Actions and experiences

  • Constantly seeking to prove your credibility (e.g. getting “just one more” qualification).
  • Boisterous, talking all the time, needing to be the centre of attention.
  • Doing, doing… over-servicing, not being able to pause or rest
  • Significant procrastination: unable to take action, feeling drained and flat.
  • Stuck in the Comparison Trap – constantly feeling less than or better than others.
  • Finding it difficult to charge for your services at a market rate
  • A lack of discernment – which sees you pursuing things you don’t really want.
  • Stifled by perfectionism, unable to share your ideas with the world
  • Seeking constant external validation for your ideas and work
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Feelings and emotions

  • A demanding and critical inner voice that makes you feel inadequate
  • Constantly trying to impress other people to gain their approval or keep them happy
  • Protracted periods of feeling sad, resigned or hopeless for no apparent reason
  • Unmotivated – a disconnection from a sense of purpose or personal vision
  • Susceptible to Impostor syndrome – doubting your abilities and feeling like a fraud
  • Feeling deeply wounded by setbacks, rejection or criticism, holding grudges
  • A tendency towards victimhood, blaming others and bad luck for your circumstances
  • Feeling as though you do not belong, as though you are on the fringes and not truly included

The Self-Worth Trilogy

I developed The Self-Worth Trilogy to share the foundational ideas that had first helped me connect with the self-worth approach. I originally introduced this model into my business mentoring as I created a unique blend of strategy and self-worth for my clients.

Over time, this model has been expanded from my appointment as an Associate of the Global Self Worth Academy, based in Portugal, and my research and studies in Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, Acceptance Commitment Training, Instinctive Drives and Strengths profiling and more.

The Centre for Self Worth has been created to house and deliver this deepening arm of my work.


The Self-Worth Continuum

The Self-Worth Continuum

The Self Worth Continuum - Angela Raspass

Self-worth connection is not an absolute state. It can fluctuate with your environment, mood, physical and mental well-being, oscillating from the negative states of self-loathing and self-limiting thoughts and behaviours, right through self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-belief.

It's your ability to ascertain where you are sitting at any moment in time, to recognise the inherent challenge and then quickly select and utilise the key tools, practices and skills that lift you up the continuum that is at the heart of self-worth reconnection.

If the Self-Worth Continuum© is our map, our ANCHOR© and RISE© concepts are the tools our students use on their journey out of self-doubt and into enoughness.

Improve your confidence with The Self-Worth Anchor Points - Centre for Self Worth with Angela Raspass
Build your self-confidence with the Rise Process - Centre for Self Worth with Angela Raspass

The focus of The Centre for Self-Worth is to educate and empower you with the self-worth approach as a sustainable avenue to maximising potential.

Our workshops, programs and retreats have resilience building at their core, empowering you to bounce back when you encounter the inevitable curveballs thrown by of our complex, uncertain, and demanding world.

We believe before you can lead others, before you can build businesses and create communities, before you can grow and expand into your full potential, you need to recognise, own and appreciate your uniqueness.

It’s never a question of are you worthy, it’s only ever how will you express your worth.



Founder of The Centre For Self Worth

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