Are you an introvert ‘nice guy’?
Do you think it’s hard to stand up for yourself?
Have you spent a fair share of life giving in to others’ needs?
Do you find it so hard to say “no” to anyone’s request?
Don’t worry, THIS BOOK IS EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED!
This book shows you how to be a more confident, assertive individual.
It teaches you the necessary skills to be decisive and in control of your life.
With the information in this guide, you will learn to improve your relationships, move your career forward, and earn the respect of your friends, family, spouse, co-workers, even your boss.
Being assertive is absolutely necessary at times in order to be taken seriously, understood, and actually listened to. It means expressing yourself effectively and standing up for your own point of view, even if others don’t seem to give you respect – however, you also need to respect the rights and beliefs of others while asserting yourself. Being more assertive can help book your self-esteem as well as earn respect from those around you, including your coworkers, your family, and your romantic partner. It can help you feel calmer, achieve more, and have more time for yourself. It can even help you learn something very important: how to say, “No.”
Some people are naturally assertive, it is just a part of their personality. If you’re not one of those lucky people, you can be conditioned to assert yourself. It takes retraining, but that doesn’t mean you have to change who you are – it can be done through your language and demeanor, but never the place it all comes from.
It’s a great way of thinking that it is crucial to stand up for you. Yet, there are methods for doing this that are really prudent. Ways that will help both you and your relationship. Ways that will keep you from defying the individuals you really need to face. Sincerely telling others what you need, your cravings, and how you feel, shows individual pride, fearlessness, and –regard. Additionally, it can make others a great deal touchier to the legitimacy, or authenticity, or your viewpoint. In actuality, you’re stating: “Look, I matter! I need you to consider my perspective and emotions. Possibly you don’t think my position is on a par with yours- however regardless I think it should be considered important.”
Here’s a Preview Of What You’ll Learn
How Assertive Are You?
Being Assertive At Work
How To Say No And Be Assertive In Social Settings
When To Say No
How To Raise Assertive Children
And Much, Much More
Targeted Age Group: Any Age
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