You're no idiot, of course. You excel at your job, raise great kids, and even participate in local organizations. But when it comes to asserting yourself in tricky situations, you feel like hiding under your desk. Stand up and be heard! The 'Complete Idiot's Guide to Assertiveness' provides you with step-by-step guidelines for asserting yourself with everyone from your kids to your boss. Feel confident about negotiating with your landlord, speaking up at a town meeting, and even telling your mother-in-law that you don't want to come over for dinner! In this 'Complete Idiot's Guide', you get: -Idiot-proof steps to stop you from saying yes when you mean no. -Expert advice on knowing when it's worth it to assert, and when you should just let things ride. -Easy-to-follow guidelines for asserting yourself with your boss. -Tips, definitions and warnings to help you along the way.Suppose youa#39;re about to move into a $750-a-month, two-bedroom, two- bathroom apartment, not including utilities. You know that the rental market has been slow and the landlord would be lucky to have someone like you as a tenant. Now is the best time to ... Suppose you move in, and the apartment needs repairs or some type of alteration. To assert yourself, write a ... pitch of your voice. The letter is important because it provides documentation of your request and clearly spells it out.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Assertiveness|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 1997-09-01|