Summary: Next week, the much-anticipated communications course workbook Speak Your Truth: How to Say What You Mean to Get What You Want launches. Visit www.speak-your-truth.com then to take advantage of a special early bird offer. Start speaking your truth now!
"I should be happy to have a job. I should be happy to have a job. I should be happy to have a job."
Has this become your personal mantra? In the last two years, we've gone from a work world that was once full of team-building exercises and leadership development seminars to one where all the rules of engagement have totally disappeared. Our office places are chaotic and frightening: Managers have been thrust into positions they're not prepared to handle and the dwindling number of employees they manage are often too busy looking over their shoulders to worry about what's in front of them—or who is next to them, trying to keep pace.
The human brain is a miraculous thing. But it can only handle so much. When your brain is challenged by a flood of emotions like fear and uncertainty, your cognitive ability to make decisions and complete tasks is compromised.
What do you do? Download the workbook Speak Your Truth: How to Say What You Mean to Get What You Want for answers!
I'm excited to share with you that, after months of preparation (and the diligent efforts of a whole village of people like editor Patricia Alma Lee, web developer Stephen Parker, marketing guru Ed Erickson, as well as my fellow speaker Stefania Aulicino and speech mentor Tim Wilson, who both helped me flesh out the details of the workbook's practical exercises), this communications course workbook will be available to you the first week of February. That's next week! I hope you'll take advantage of the SPECIAL OFFER that will be available to a limited number of people then, so you can start speaking your truth now.
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