#278: Asserting Yourself, Pt 1 [WOYG Podcast]

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“Assertive and aggressive.” I many times reminded myself of these ways of being before basketball games – especially games following a game in which I forgot about these mindsets.


Today, I’ll share some points about assertiveness and actionable tips for how you’ll start asserting yourself in everything you do.

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  1. Posture and speaking less are the two big ones for me, after the people skills course I’m getting better but still have room to improve. The good thing is I know they’re weaknesses so I can go about correcting them.

    Eye contact I have to remind myself to do, when I do it I’m pretty good, treat it like a game and it’s true not many people hold the eye contact, or they quickly look away. You need to be relaxed and in the moment. Big one here, don’t look down when you break eye contact, it’s submissive behaviour, I have to watch myself here, look to the side. Unless of course you are being submissive for tactical reasons.

    Always picking up something here Dre.

    • Great stuff Colin. Would you do a video testimonial for the PS course for us? I can email you instructions.

      • No problem Dre, I’ve sent you an email so you have my address for the instructions. Subject line: RE: Colin Studd People Skills Video Testimonial

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