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Finally get what you deserve and stop "letting it slide" - without guilt, fear, or awkward tension. Saying no - just thinking about it sounds awkward, right? But that's the barrier between you living your own life, and living for others. Get what you want, starting immediately. Stop sacrificing your own needs. Quit the agreeableness and accommodation habit. How to Say No examines the psychology of those unable to stand up for themselves. It's not as simple as wanting to avoid awkwardness, and it's not about the correct sequence of words. You'l dive deep and learn about your beliefs that are holding you back, as well as how to conquer them in short time. Saying no is the most liberating thing you can do for yourself, and this book tells you how to get there from inside to out. Swift tactics to gain respect, set boundaries, and ask for what you really want. Patrick King is an internationally bestselling author and social skills coach. His writing draws of a variety of sources, from scientific research, academic experience, coaching, and real life experience. How to decisively say NO and stop being taken advantage of. .The counter mindsets you must change, and the mindsets you must replace them with .A multitude of categories for how to asset yourself .The easiest and least tense ways to simply say NO .An examination of your beliefs surrounding acceptance, love, and self-worth .Boundaries and how to ruthlessly enforce them Stop putting others first and start treating yourself better. Who are you living your life for? Do you feel like you are exhausted by the time you can finally pay attention to your own needs?
- Verlag: PKCS Media, Inc.
- Seitenzahl: 192
- Erscheinungstermin: 17. April 2021
- Abmessung: 203mm x 127mm x 10mm
- Gewicht: 213g
- ISBN-13: 9781647432591
- ISBN-10: 1647432596
- Artikelnr.: 61696127
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