Do you ever find what you say is misunderstood or misinterpreted?
Do you find it difficult to put your point across?
When everyone is arguing their case, is it always someone else who wins?
Could you ever have lost business because you might have said the wrong thing?
Is it easier to communicate more effectively on some days than others?
If so, learning to be clear, direct, confident and honest in your communications will help you:
- Improve your relationships with colleagues, friends and family
- Negotiate more effectively and win more business
- Increase respect (and get promoted)
- Stop feeling hard done-by
- Feel much stronger about yourself
- Reduce your stress levels
Get the results you want.
Just imagine how good it would be if you knew that you could have a difficult or uncomfortable conversation with a family member, a friend or a work colleague, and actually get them to see your point of view? A conversation that instead of creating more problems would end in a positive outcome. Or that you can really gain the respect of your team because you express yourself clearly and with no hidden agendas.
No more putting things off!
It’s so easy to just put off speaking directly for fear of hurting someone’s feelings, or pushing the wrong buttons – “oh, it can wait until tomorrow” or “hopefully it will sort itself out.” But knowing the best way to structure what you want to say, stops that procrastination and the accompanying anxiety that can build up. Whilst the situation might not all end with big smiles or handshakes, you will have taken an empowered step to prevent the festering resentment that can result from not being clear, direct, confident and honest!
I can help you achieve more in your life
So let me use my years of expertise to teach you to be a truly effective and confident communicator. I promise that it will really help you to achieve more satisfaction in all areas of your life.
Book your 30 minute discovery call today to see how you can get this working in your life right away.
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