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Assertiveness, Differentiation & Self-Care: Lauri’s Lemonade Stand Podcast Interview

Assertiveness Guide for Women

Thank you for the invitation to share my work on your podcast Lauri’s Lemonade Stand Positivity Podcast with host Lauri Mackey. We break down a real-life situation from Lauri’s life and apply assertiveness skills.

  • How to hold up the lantern in difficult conversation
  • How to get past intense reactions
  • Ask them what they think, feel, want, and need?

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