So my question to you is this —
When the ‘BULLY’ is standing outside do you want to be
the DOOR that stands up to him or the DOORmat that he wipes his feet on?
Be Honest: Do You Consider Yourself a Pushover?
…Don’t be afraid to admit it – you are far from alone
You might be one of the millions of people
who have a problem being assertive.
It is not always easy being assertive and standing up
for yourself. A lot of times it is much easier to just
say “screw it” and avoid potential confrontation.
You might have avoided a confrontation this past week.
If you think you might lack assertiveness
(that’s a politically correct way to say you are a pushover) ask
yourself a couple of questions:
- Do you avoid potentially difficult situations?
- Do you ever feel taken advantage of?
- Do you feel nervous in social situations?
- Are you afraid to share an unpopular opinion?
- Do you feel threatened by assertive people?
If you answered yes to 2 or more of those
questions then you likely have an issue with assertiveness.
“OK…What Do I Do Then?”
Great question! There are several options, here is one.
But hopefully, if you have read this far you’re ready for a better option.
It would be very simple to say – be more
assertive. But how helpful is that?
You need to learn the basics first. Things like:
- What Assertiveness Means to You
- Assertiveness Challenges at Work
- Assertiveness Challenges with Friends and Family
Here is option two. If you are timid
but want to change a little then get this free guide.
Once you have that knowledge you will be well on your way to standing
up for yourself. Now I am sure that with patience and perseverance
you will eventually stand tall and stop being a doormat.
But if you need specific steps on how to become more assertive in
different areas of your life in the shortest time.
Don’t worry, we’ve got option three for you…
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- What Does it Mean to be Assertive?
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- Being Assertive with Friends and Family
- How to Make Assertive Decisions
- Assertiveness Struggles
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Let’s recap the options.
One (not a good option)
To your success,
Thank you for giving me
the opportunity to be of service.