How to Have Any Tough Conversation - in Work, Life and Love. (Live Roleplays with David Wood) 


Weekly Teleclass...

  • Feel good about speaking up 
  • Feel closer to the person 
  • Get something off your chest 
  • No more putting off conversations
  • Grow as a person 
  • Inspire confidence in your leadership 
  • Bond as a team 
  • Increase your influence 
  • Get the results you want! (More love, money, peace)
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Get Coaching on Your Specific Tough Conversation

When we avoid the tough conversations…. 

  • emotions fester
  • it can feel like a weight on our chest 
  • we feel disconnected from the person 
  • people lose confidence in us, and our leadership 
  • teams become dysfunctional 



When we have the tough conversations, we….  

  • feel good about speaking up 
  • get something off our chest 
  • grow as a person 
  • increase our influence 
  • get the results we want! (More love, more money, more peace)
  • feel closer to the other person
  • clear up conflict
  • inspire confidence in our leadership 
  • bond as a team 



Tough Conversation Examples

Boss/Colleague/Staff: Confession? Share a complaint? Handle complaint? Change behavior? Request support? Get closer? Say “No”? Pay rise? 

Customer: Handle complaint/upset? Say “No”? 

Partner/Spouse: Confession? Share a complaint/upset? Handle complaint/upset? Change behavior? Request support? Get closer? Apologize? Request apology? Say “No”? 

Friend: Confession? Share a complaint/upset? Handle complaint/upset? Change behavior? Request support? Get closer? Apologize? Request apology? Say “No”? 

Kids: Confession? Share a complaint/upset? Handle complaint/upset? Change behavior? Request support? Get closer? Apologize? Request apology? Say “No”? 

"I've hated you for leaving me" "I'm angry at how you treat your children" "I stole $2,000 from you 20 years ago" "I'm in the country illegally, and would like to apply for legal residency" "We've never said 'I love you' in our family, and I love you" "I'm not enjoying our sex life" "I had an affair five years ago" "I really gave you a hard time at school/that old job - and I'm sorry" "I'm sorry about that time when..." "I'd like to feel acknowledged for all the hard work I do" "What do I need to achieve this year to get a promotion?"

 

"OK, but how do I HAVE the conversation?"  

Here's the process... 

Step 1) Pick a person – boss, partner, friend, co-worker or family member.  

Step 2) What do you want them to know, or do?  

Other helpful questions... What would you say if there would be no consequences? What would you like to get off your chest? If you died today, what would you regret not saying to them?  

Step 3) Prepare for the conversation  

You'll receive some optional preparation questions via email, to help you get ready. 

Step 4) Bring it to our teleclass

On the teleclass I'll take you through a live role play, to get you fully empowered to go have this conversation in the real world. Calls are 12pm (noon) Eastern/New York time every Friday.  

And yes you can invite friends. 


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