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Sid shows you how to deal with any difficult situation in a calm, cool manner.

We all have to negotiate everyday of our lives, whether it's saying 'no' to the kid who want sweets, or dealing with difficult staff. Sid shares how to get want you want. By becoming more assertive you can release your potential.

©2008 Sid Sanni; (P)2008 RedRok Media

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  • Monica
  • 00100 Nairobi Kenya, Kenya
  • 10-17-10

The title does not match the content

While I enjoyed listening to this book the title does not match its content.It is more of an advisory book on finding your God given purpose in life and going for it.Time management etc..There is vey little if any talk on becoming assertive.I bought the audio book because of the title but did not get to hear much about becoming assertive.The Title is misleading and should be changed to match its content.

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  • Michael
  • 07-29-12

Steer clear

This is basically a Dale Carnegie-style pretty speech in the most general terms on how to approach your life and destiny. Quite shockingly and unacceptably, it has nothing to do with assertiveness.

I'm uninstalling Audible's downloads manager and steering clear of this site. The people who run it seem quite happy to mis-describe their stock.

Ultimately in this case, they have shot themselves in the foot.

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