Assertiveness - How to Take Control of Your Life [NOOK Book]

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Are you the kind of person who’s afraid to ask questions when you’re feeling confused? Do you have a problem voicing an opinion when you think differently from others in your family or at work? Do you think of yourself as shy or are you always worried about hurting other people’s feeling?

Then you need to become more assertive, which is what you will learn in this book.

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Assertiveness - How to Take Control of Your Life

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Overview

Are you the kind of person who’s afraid to ask questions when you’re feeling confused? Do you have a problem voicing an opinion when you think differently from others in your family or at work? Do you think of yourself as shy or are you always worried about hurting other people’s feeling?

Then you need to become more assertive, which is what you will learn in this book.

This book will teach you how to be more assertive if you’re a man or a woman. It provides good information how to be more assertive at work and how to become more assertive even if you think of yourself as a very shy person.

You can begin to learn how to be more assertive by mastering the four types of assertion you will learn from this book. You will also learn the differences between assertiveness and aggressive behavior and why assertiveness is better.

Did you know that for a woman, assertiveness begins with appearance? We’ll teach you what you need to know to have a confident demeanor, which is the first step in becoming more assertive. You’ll also be introduced to the concept of “I” speech as a better alternative than “You” speech and how to be assertive even when you have to give negative feedback.

We’ll also teach you why developing a value and belief system allows you to assert yourself and about the hardest part of being more assertive, which is giving yourself permission to be angry, to say “No,” and to ask for help.

Becoming more assertive isn’t easy, especially if you’re a naturally shy person. But if you read this book and follow its teaching, we’re sure you will become a happier, more fulfilled and better person
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013966017
  • Publisher: Dave Johnston
  • Publication date: 2/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 32 KB

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