Not Nice: Stop People Pleasing, Staying Silent, & Feeling Guilty... And Start Speaking Up, Saying No, Asking Boldly, And Unapologetically Being Yourself

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Not Nice: Stop People Pleasing, Staying Silent, & Feeling Guilty... And Start Speaking Up, Saying No, Asking Boldly, And Unapologetically Being Yourself

Not Nice: Stop People Pleasing, Staying Silent, & Feeling Guilty... And Start Speaking Up, Saying No, Asking Boldly, And Unapologetically Being Yourself

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At this point in my life especially, this was not the message I needed but reading through this book I identified with a lot of experiences I've had OF OTHER PEOPLE and I would highly recommend this book to anyone considering it because if considering it, it would likely speak to you.

i picked up this book on a whim because i've been reading up on self-help books to help me work on myself, and this title appealed to me because i have a problem where i don't speak up.He goes on to explore how this authenticity can positively impact our personal and professional relationships, leading to more fulfilling and balanced interactions. It's highly addictive to get core insights on personally relevant topics without repetition or triviality. i journaled more while reading this than i have in literally years because i wanted to really engage with the material and i found so much hidden under the surface that i didn't even realize i was dealing with.

Don't give up on doing what you think is right, or best based on the emotional response that it might provoke in a single person. Hesitation: You often wait for the “right thing” to say (and thus speak way less than you normally do).It gradually increases and when it comes time for that first kiss, the sparks and chemistry that has been building has flared to life. This book holds a lot of truth to it and I have applied a lot of what I read to get out of wanting to satisfy others only to have left myself unhappy. Aziz Gazipura takes us on a journey of understanding and overcoming what he refers to as the "Nice Guy Syndrome".

He doesn't focus very much on the, "how this person became the way they are" and then how they slowly became more "real", only focuses on how they had said one thing and somehow we are supposed to believe they changed after that one conversation. a therapist I had literally 2 years ago recommended this to me and it took me that long to finish cause this book is such a honker. And besides, how could I not love anybody who shares my belief in 'claiming the extraordinary' every single day.Jenna spends her days working as an aesthetician in a spa and her weekends at her parents pumpkin farm. I would have given this 3 stars and a more nuanced review but then I got to the part where he approaches a woman on her cell phone to ask her what she’s talking about.

Within just a few minutes I was fixed to the spot with surprise, as listening to the points he made in that 45 minute conversation was like someone sounding a gong behind my head! For example, if a co-worker asks you to take on their work for a project when you already have too much on your plate, you can set boundaries calmly and explain why you can’t do their job for them. This is a story that proves it’s OK to be different and shows that with a little help from friends and family you can achieve anything. The middle of Not Nice is dedicated to helping us understand the importance of setting healthy boundaries.These trademark holders are not affiliated with us and they do not sponsor or endorse our publications. Gazipura frequently meanders around a topic for pages upon pages without reaching anything resembling a conclusion. I normally wouldn't mind that because it is still a different experience than my own, but he doesn't talk much about how he's impacted his clients, and how they slowly changed. This book is very holisitic and touches on all these aspects, with a authentic and engaging narration. Finally, the perspective of relationships presented by Not Nice is tarnished by the transient nature of Gazipura's client base which places a priority on maximizing immediate, albeit fleeting, benefits (and hence revenue) from relationships rather than the deep satisfaction, richness and joy that emerge from a long term friendships.



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