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In the column to the right of the Adjustment Profile is the Concern indicator.

C can stand for either Comfortable, Concerned or Self Critical depending on where in the column the C is located.


If the C falls within the Comfort Zone (the gray shaded area) we say that when the person was making the adjustments shown in the Adjustment Profile, they were comfortable that they were going to achieve their goals. The level of concern that a person has is directly related to the Adjustment Profile.

As the C moves DOWN the column, outside the Comfort Zone, we say that 4-8 weeks ago when the person was making these specific adjustments, they were concerned whether or not they would accomplish their goals. The further down the column the C is, the more concern there was. Our example shows a C Level below the Comfort Zone so we would say that the person was somewhat concerned that they were going to accomplish their goals to their satisfaction.



On the other hand, as the C moves UP the column, outside the Comfort Zone, we say that when the person was making these adjustments they were being hard on themselves ... Self Critical. The further up the column the C is, the more Self Critical they were.

Even though the C may indicate that a person was being VERY hard on themselves (C high in the column) or that they had LOTS of concern (C low in the column) ... things may have turned out fine. As a matter of fact, the person may be experiencing a similar situation, making similar adjustments, but their C may be right in the middle of the Comfort Zone.

The C Level is a snapshot of how the person felt as they were making specific adjustments to accomplish their goals. They were either Self Critical, Concerned or Comfortable.

The "C" Level


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