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BONUS: Assertiveness is not Aggressive or Confrontational

Season 3, Ep. 9

What does it mean to be an assertive communicator? In this episode, we define assertiveness and break down common myths about assertiveness, including the common myth that assertion is the same as aggression. We will also share four assertive communication methods and a script you can practice for the next time you have to be assertive.


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The Assertiveness Guide for Women by Julie De Azevedo Hanks


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About the Host

Jen Pillipow is a podcaster, writer, certified clinical hypnotherapist, Reiki practitioner, psychic medium and novice abstract acrylic painter. She is passionate about personal development and helping others reconnect to their inner strength, power, healing, and authenticity.

 

Explore her online workshops, book a session, or get her free video series on how to release limiting beliefs and heal whole.

 

Visit www.jenpillipow.com for more information.

 

About the Guest Co-Host

Jennifer Kelly is a is a professional development trainer and positive psychology coach. You can learn more about her here:

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This podcast is recorded in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on Treaty 6 Territory the traditional land of the Cree people and the homeland of the Metis Nation. If you’re not sure whose land you’re on I invite you to get curious by visiting native-land.ca

 

 

Podcast music: Light up the Stars (Gyom); An Exciting Future (Elliot Middleton) 

 

Disclaimer:

As with all my work (and well, most everything), please listen with consideration of context, nuance, and discernment.

 

Jen & Jennifer are not therapists, psychiatrists, or medical practitioners of any kind and in sharing their opinions and personal experiences this is a reminder that their words should never be misconstrued as professional advice.

 

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