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How To Have Difficult Conversations with Confidence: Meet Madeline Schwarz.


It’s a busy week. 🤶🏼

Last-minute shopping, parties and programs,

wrapping gifts…


Taking a couple of extra days to relax between Christmas and New Year’s sounds pretty nice, doesn’t it?


Maybe you should have a conversation with your boss about it.

Would you talk to your boss about it?

If that has your heart pumping and your head swimming,

you’re going to want to check out this


Madeline is a Communication and Career Coach who helps women

learn to speak confidently and ask difficult questions.


Whether you stress out over conversations with your boss or coworkers,

feel sick thinking about getting in front of a group and talking,

or you freak out having to talk to your kids about sex,

you’re already thinking of the worst possible outcome,

or what happened the last time you tried to make a big ask or speak.


Madeline teaches her communication triad of

Message,

Mindset, and

Delivery.


By learning how to get clear on what you want to say or ask,

believing now that the person you’re going to speak to is already a YES and wants to help you, and how to prepare so you speak directly and with confidence,


You can say what you want and need to say,

Grow your ability to do things that aren’t always comfortable

with far less stress and anxiety.


To talk to Madeline about how she can help you,


Enjoy the episode.

Megan



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P.S. Your life beyond stress and anxiety begins with a decision. You can decide now to change how your body feels and how you respond when you're anxious, so anxiety loses its power. The question isn't, “Am I ready?” The question is, “Have I decided to be ready?” Ready is just one decision away.


P.P.S. Be sure to check out Episode 67 of the More than Anxiety Podcast to hear more about Having Difficult Conversations: Meet Madeline Schwarz wherever you listen. While you’re there, take a quick minute to leave a review and follow so you don’t miss a beat and help others find the podcast as well. Thanks!

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