Who Wants To Help You?

25 April

I suggest participants get in touch with me at the end of trainings and presentations I conduct. I can help. I’m willing. Yet rarely people ask for help.

There are people around you who feel good when they can help you.

Who could help you? Your managers, more-experienced colleagues; even the experts and stars in your field.

At this very moment someone would be glad to help. They think about offering help but won’t make the first step. You need to ask.

Do you ask people for help? Or, are you afraid of rejection like most of us?

If you’re interested to tap into this resource, I suggest to play:
— Write down three names of people who could help you.
— Ask them for help.

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