THIS ONLINE ACCELERATOR PROGRAM WILL TEACH YOU THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO REPROGRAM YOUR MINDSET FOR RECOVERY

  • 1

    Workbook

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  • 2

    Awareness

    • How to Identify Your Negative Beliefs and Patterns

    • How to Gain Clarity & Direction

    • How to Develop Positive Thinking Patterns

    • How to Identify & Meet Your Needs

  • 3

    Confidence

    • How to Strengthen Your Intellectual Faculties

    • How to Overcome Fear of Failure

    • How to Engaging Your Imagination

    • How to Build New Habits

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    Esteem

    • How to Improve Your Self Esteem

    • How To Challenge Negative Perceptions

    • How to Let Go Of The Past

    • How to Measure Your Growth

  • Self-Awareness

    Self-awareness is the ability to focus on yourself and how your thoughts, feelings and actions impact your day. When you see yourself clearly, you make sounder decisions, have better mental clarity and communicate more effectively. You identify and interrupt triggering thoughts quicker before they spiral into undesirable feelings and behaviors.

  • Self-Confidence

    Self-confidence is an attitude about your skills and abilities. It means you accept and trust yourself and have a sense of control in your life. You know your strengths and weakness well, and have a positive view of yourself and recovery. You set realistic expectations and goals, communicate assertively, and can handle criticism. A healthy level of self-confidence unhooks you from the triggering self-limiting belief “I'm not being good enough” (fear of failure).

  • Self-Esteem

    Self-esteem is how you feel about who you are, your self-image and whether or not you feel valued or worthy. Having healthy self-esteem improves your motivation, your emotional well-being and overall quality of life. As your self-esteem raises you unhook from the second triggering self-limiting belief “I won’t’ be loved” (fear of rejection) and build stronger relationships.

DaMarcus Morton NCRC

My name is DaMarcus Morton and I’m a Mind Adjustment Coach. Before becoming a coach, my formal education provided opportunities in social service, program development, mental health and addiction treatment. 

Recognizing negative patterns of thoughts and behaviors in these different capacities ignited my passion for studying the mind and effective strategies to change it.  

From a bullied and broken youth who grew up low-income impacted by family addictions, to an owner and full time coach in Los Angeles, my passion is to coach as many motivated minds as I can to successful recovery.

Testimonial

Patrick L.

“I have spent a lot of time being frustrated with myself for falling back into old behaviors and relapses. I was referred to DaMarcus by my therapist and not onIy did he teach me how to build my confidence but also how to adopt a mindset that support my personal and recovery goals. Because of DaMarcus my life is richer today.”

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Sergio F.

“When I first started working with DaMarcus I was pessimistic and apprehensive to the concept of coaching. It has been nearly nine months since working with DaMarcus and now I’m a sober, thriving business owner. I’m truly grateful for his guidance and support.”

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Brenda S.

“I am grateful to DaMarcus for being instrumental in helping me make major positive changes to how I think! DaMarcus is a very gifted individual who understood my challenges and the roadblocks that stood in my way. With patience and consistency he inspired me to see my future self and the belief I could get there.”

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Derrick T.

“When we started working together, DaMarcus was able to help me do what I was unable to do for myself. He taught me how to incorporate a system of accountability in my life. I have learned that life is a team effort and DaMarcus has been an indispensable part of my team.”