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Main eBook: “How to Be More Assertive”
(3,719 words, 20 pages, 7 images)
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Table of Contents for the How to Be More Assertive PLR Ebook:
How to Be More Assertive: Introduction………………………………. 3
Why You Aren’t Assertive……………………………………………………… 5
You Like Being Mr. Nice Guy…………………………………………………………….. 5
You are Scared of Ruining a Relationship……………………………………… 5
Understanding the Emotions Behind Your Passivity……………. 7
The Difference Between Assertiveness and Aggression……….. 9
Communication Tips for Being Assertive Instead of Aggressive……… 11
Comparing the 4 Styles of Communication…………………………. 13
Being Assertive Can Boost Your Self-Respect……………………… 14
How to Be More Assertive with Family and Friends…………… 16
Making Decisions & Setting Boundaries………………………………………. 16
Healthy Relationships Require Boundaries………………………………… 16
Being Assertive at Work……………………………………………………… 18
Be Careful when You Are Assertive in Public……………………… 20
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How to Be More Assertive: Introduction
Did you know that it’s okay to be assertive? It really is. All this means is respecting the ideas and needs of others while firmly and calmly making sure your needs are met as well. This is not always easy to do. They’re going to be times in your life when you work for someone who doesn’t want you to speak your mind. They give you marching orders, they yell and scream, they berate you at every turn, and you are not given a chance to assert yourself.
You are going to meet some people who seem nice on the surface, but aren’t. They ask you a lot about what is going on in your life. They are quiet and calm, but their outward demeanor is not who they really are. These people have negative feelings which are hidden by their behavior. They openly appear to say and do nice things, but they leave bad feelings and destruction in their wake with their pass-aggressive actions.
When you meet someone who is assertive without being aggressive, you see qualities like self-respect, decisiveness and confidence. The assertive person has no problem seeing things as they really are. Instead of wishing things were different, this man or woman communicates openly and firmly about what needs to be done to create the desired outcome.
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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:
Topic: Signs That You’re Not Assertive Enough – 2095 words
Email #1 – Welcome to the assertiveness series!
Email #2 – The effects of non-assertiveness
Email #3 – Helping someone who is non-assertive
Email #4 – Why people are non-assertive
Email #5 – Rights of assertiveness
Be More Assertive Email Content Sample:
Email #1 – Welcome to the assertiveness series!
Hello and welcome to our series on assertiveness. In this course we are going to cover some of the problems and resulting stress caused by a lack of assertiveness. Specifically, we are going to cover:
- Common lack of assertiveness situations
- How to be more assertive
- Helping someone who is non-assertive
- Why people are non-assertive
- Rights of assertiveness
Common lack of assertiveness situations
Many people that have a lack of assertiveness can identify with these situations:
- You have a hard time disagreeing with people even though you think their views are wrong.
- You find it difficult to say no and therefore you end up taking on tasks that you don’t want.
- You are too passive in your interactions, thus people take advantage of you.
- You do more work than you should because you are afraid to delegate.
- You fail to speak up and share your opinions because you think they are too controversial.
- You fail to market yourself to your full potential because you don’t want to appear too aggressive.
For each of these situations, let’s look at the problem each creates:
- Not disagreeing with others. The problem is that you will not get your ideas heard or acted upon, which can limit your effectiveness and status in your organization.
- Difficulty saying no. When you are unable to say no, you lose credibility. In the end you project the image that your time is not as valuable as others and therefore that your contributions are less valuable.
- Being too passive. To keep from appearing to be too aggressive, you overcompensate and end up being too passive. In this situation, it is hard for you to make your views known.
- Lack of delegation. You don’t delegate tasks off to other people because you don’t want to “inconvenience” or upset them. As a result, you do the majority of the work.
- Failure to express your opinions. Many people fail to express what they are thinking because they fear it will cause controversy. As a result, they may have very good ideas, but because they may go against the norm, they will never get heard.
- Fear of self-promotion. By not promoting yourself, it is easy to get lost in the herd, because upper management doesn’t know you exist or what your capabilities are beyond what you are currently doing.
That wraps it up for this first lesson. In the next lesson, we will talk about some of the effects of not being assertive enough. Be sure to read that one.
High Quality Be More Assertive PLR Articles:
How to Be Assertive Without Being Rude – 406 words
How to Be More Assertive Without Being Aggressive – 407 words
The Difference Between Passive Aggressive and Assertive Communication – 397 words
The Real Reason Why You Find It Hard to Be Assertive – 418 words
Why Standing Up for Yourself is So Important – 396 words
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How to Be More Assertive Without Being Aggressive
Maybe your boss has told you that you should be more assertive with your staff, or you don’t feel like you’re being taken seriously and wonder whether you need to up your game. Many people feel as though they will come across too aggressive once they start trying to more be assertive, and in some circumstances it will take practice to get to a place you feel comfortable. Here are some quick tips to help you be more assertive in any situation without coming across as aggressive.
Maintain eye contact
Ensuring you maintain eye contact while speaking to someone sends a message that you’re serious about what you’re saying, but it’s not intimidating enough to come across as aggressive. While ensuring you have good eye contact with the person you’re speaking with, be aware that staring at someone for too long can have a negative effect. Maintain friendly eye contact throughout the conversation and provide feedback such as nodding or smiling when they speak.
Think and prepare before you speak
This is particularly important if you’re about to have a difficult conversation with somebody, or you need to put your point across in a way which convinces other people of your points. It sometimes helps to write down your points and consolidate them in your mind before you go into the meeting or have the conversation. The more confident you feel, the more likely it is that people will take you seriously and be convinced. It will also help you to keep your cool and not come across as aggressive.
Consider your posture
Whether you’re sitting or standing, good posture can make a huge difference to how you come across to other people. Folding your arms while having a difficult conversation with somebody can come across as aggressive. Messing with things or fidgeting can quickly stop people from taking you seriously, although you will come across more as rude rather than aggressive if you are not engaging due to fidgeting. Putting your hands on your hips should be avoided in order to prevent yourself seeming aggressive.
Keep a friendly tone
The tone of your voice is arguably the main thing which could cause people to think you’re being aggressive. If you want to come across as assertive, you may be worried your voice might sound aggressive or even come across as being too soft. Maintain a firm yet friendly tone in order to come across as assertive.
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15 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)
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