Getting real susan campbell pdf

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getting real susan campbell pdf

Getting Real: 10 Truth Skills You Need to Live an Authentic Life by Susan M. Campbell

Everyone values honest communication, yet few people possess the requisite skills. Susan Campbell provides simple yet practical awareness practices — culled from her 35-year career as a relationship coach and corporate consultant — that require individuals to “let go” of the need to be right, safe, and certain. Such questions as “In what areas of my life do I feel the need to lie, sugarcoat, or pretend?” help guide the reader toward self-realization. The ten truth skills include Letting Yourself Be Seen, Taking Back Projections, Saying No, Welcoming Feedback, Expressing Taboo Thoughts and Emotions, Revising an Earlier Statement, Holding Differences, Sharing Mixed Emotions, and Embracing the Silence of Not Knowing.
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Susan M. Campbell

Getting Real

Everyone values honest communication, yet few people possess the requisite skills in both their personal and professional lives. Susan Campbell provides simple yet practical awareness practices — culled from her thirty-five-year career as a relationship coach and corporate teamwork consultant — that require individuals to? Such questions as? In what areas of my life do I feel the need to lie, sugarcoat, or pretend?? Ten truth skills teach readers to let their real personalities shine through.

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Distinguish between what you actually experience see, hear, sense, feel, notice, remember versus what you imagine interpret, believe, assume to be true. Being transparent. To be transparent is to be willing to be seen, warts and all. Contrary to what we may think, most people become more appealing when they reveal their needs and insecurities. Do you communicate to relate or to control? When your intent is to relate, you are most interested in revealing your true feelings, learning how the other feels, and connecting heart-to-heart. When your intent is to control, you are most interested in getting things to turn out a certain way — avoiding conflict, getting the person to like you, being seen as knowledgeable or helpful, etc.

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