A new social confidence book has been launched by Dr. Aziz Gazipura, called Not Nice: Stop People Pleasing, Staying Silent, & Feeling Guilty... And Start Speaking Up, Saying No, Asking Boldly, And Unapologetically Being Yourself. It helps people to find their inner confidence and start speaking up for what they want.
More information can be found at: https://www.NotNiceBook.com
The book is already a bestseller on Amazon and is collecting glowing reviews from readers, whose life it has helped to change, shape or improve.
Many people strive to be as nice as possible, but sometimes they end up being too nice. These kind-hearted people find it hard to be assertive, directly ask for what they want, or say no to other people.
Dr. Aziz Gazipura is a world-renowned confidence expert and coach, and in his new book, he takes an incisive look at the concept of nice - what it is, what it means, and how to stop being too nice.
In his typically engaging style, Dr. Aziz uses stories, humor, and vulnerability to break down readers niceness, and free them to be as bold, expressive, and authentic as they would like to be.
Readers will learn how to say no when they want or need to, without worrying about how they come across. They will also be able to confidently and effectively ask for what they want, speaking more freely and honestly in their relationships.
Whats more, when learning these skills and how to overcome being too nice, they will be able to eliminate any feelings of guilt, anxiety and worry about what other people think of them.
Dr. Aziz is one of the worlds leading experts on social confidence, who himself battled shyness and social anxiety for almost 10 years. Now he has mastered what it takes to break free and live a life of confidence, and he is sharing that vision with his readers.
A recent reader said: Not Nice is an excellent and refreshing take on how to be your own best advocate. Its well researched and contains a lot of material.
Interested parties can find out more at the URL above.
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