1 People resist committing to your ideas, or they frequently delay making decisions concerning your ideas or requests.
ISSUE: CONVINCING ESSENTIALS
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2 You change your mind a lot, or strike others as being indecisive.
ISSUE: SOUND DECISIVE—STOP TAGGING AND HEDGING
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3 You sometimes lack confidence, causing you to withhold sharing ideas.
ISSUE: SOUND DECISIVE—CONTRIBUTE TO MEETINGS
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4 At times, people question your sincerity or accuse you of being a yes-man to those who are higher-up in your organization.
ISSUE: SOUND DECISIVE—VOICE YOUR OPINIONS WITH SINCERITY
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5 You frequently present your ideas before running them past other stakeholders to get their feedback.
ISSUE: TRANSFER OWNERSHIP—USE PEER POWER
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6 You rarely explain the reason why you want people to do things.
ISSUE: TRANSFER OWNERSHIP—REVEAL YOUR REASONING
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7 You make decisions alone, without input.
ISSUE: TRANSFER OWNERSHIP—LET IT FLOW
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8 You've been told that your voice sounds as if you're disinterested or angry, even when you're not.
ISSUE: ADJUST YOUR ENERGY—YOUR VOICE
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9 People often ask you what's wrong because they think that you look mad.
ISSUE: ADJUST YOUR ENERGY—YOUR FACE
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10 You have a mannerism or body language that sometimes distracts others.
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