Find your words and express yourself clearly without sounding aggressive or feeling impolite.

How many times have you wanted to say something and decided against it, only to feel angry later that you decided not to say it? By choosing not to express yourself using words, to those around you, you are dismissing your own needs.

 

Expressing yourself clearly using words, is a skill that can be learned. You just need to know what it is that you want to say and how to say it so that you are listened to and heard.

 

Expressing yourself clearly with words helps others to get to know you better. If you always go along with the crowd, to others, you will only ever be part of the crowd, not the unique individual that you are, with needs and a point of view. They will never really get to know who you are.  

 

Seeing a professional can help you find your own style of how to express yourself using words so that you no longer berate yourself for going along with the crowd or staying silent. And that means you no longer have to feel invisible any more!   

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What could you achieve if you were able to confidently express yourself with words ? 

Hi there,

Struggling to imagine expressing yourself with words confidently? 

I'm here to let you know you have confidence within you, waiting for an invitation to show itself.

Confidence is a relative concept however people who are confident are able to express themselves using words without worrying about negative consequences as a result. They value themselves and others and as a result are able to express themselves clearly and politely. 

If you've found yourself biting your tongue, holding back or going along to 'keep the peace', then chances are you're not as confident at expressing yourself as you could be, and as a result you often struggle to get what you need from others.  

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