By Sue Bishop

Increase Your Assertiveness bargains easy innovations to provide help to develop into extra assertive. jam-packed with examples and workouts, it's a self-help consultant overlaying themes equivalent to: the significance of selection habit; stress regulate, self-awareness and conceit; relationships; making and refusing requests; facing challenge humans.

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A frown accompanied by a grimace could indicate that you’ve waxed lyrical for too long, and that it’s their turn to contribute and, of course, a yawn says it all! Practise reading the signs. To communicate effectively, words, delivery and body language must be compatible. If everything matches and is consistent, meaning is reinforced. Often though, through nervousness, embarrassment, poorly concealed anger or annoyance we give out conflicting messages, where what we say is contradicted by our facial expression, movement or how we hold our bodies.

Exercise Listen to your own inner voice – the one that keeps feeding you negative thoughts. Write down five or six and prioritise them. Which negative self-talk most impairs your confidence or effectiveness? Working on one or two to start with, rewrite these negative thoughts into positive affirmations as suggested above. ’ • ‘I’m not a failure if I don’t succeed. ’ 25 Positive Thinking Now do one (or both) of two things. Write your positive affirmations on to postcards and/or repeat them on to an audio recorder.

To adhere to my own set of values. 32 Develop Your Assertiveness 24. — 25. — 26. — 27. — 28. — 30. — 31. — 33. — 34. — 35. — 36. — 37. — 40. — To take time to make decisions. To take responsibility for my own decisions. To have privacy. To admit ‘I don’t know’. To change/develop as a human being. To choose whether or not to get involved in other people’s problems. To decline to be responsible for someone else’s problems. To look after my own needs. To have time and space to be alone. To be an individual.

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