Today's topic is How to Be More Assertive
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Audio On How to Be More Assertive Contributed by Our Friend Kati Morton
In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, we get some excellent tips on how to be more assertive in everyday life.
Being more assertive can be difficult, but it is worth it.
You deserve to have your voice heard, and you deserve to feel good about yourself. It is time for you to take charge of your life and get what you want out of it!
If you're not happy with the way things are going in your life, then change them! One of the best places to start is by being more assertive in all aspects of your life. From how you speak up at work or school to how much money gets spent on groceries.
When we don't speak up for ourselves, we give others power over us that they shouldn't have. But when we do speak up for ourselves, people will respect our boundaries. And we'll be happier for it.
The art of being assertive means standing up for what we believe in without putting others down or making them feel bad about themselves in the process.
So, how do we get there? That is what we learn about in today's episode.
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