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Andrea J. Lee has taught breakthrough thinking to thousands of entrepreneurs, by giving them the techniques and language they need to shape bold concepts, rise above the status quo, and bring in high incomes. On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, my friend Andrea shares how personal business setbacks made her face her fear of confrontation — and inspired her new book “We Need To Talk: Your Guide to Challenging Business Conversations”.
We’ve all been there – paralyzed to have the difficult but necessary conversation at work (or home). Who hasn’t regretted not speaking up at a meeting or asking for what we deserve from a boss, client or co-worker? It’s a subject nobody’s talking about, and Andrea has decided it’s time to break the silence.
By clicking the play button below, you can hear Andrea explain why one mishandled conversation cost her millions of dollars in her Glambition Radio interview here.
We Need To Talk reveals the high price of Andrea’s own mistakes. She describes herself as the ‘original shy Asian girl’ who would avoid confrontation. It held back her career, caused a lot of stress, and lost her a lot of money… until she made it her life’s mission to get better at having the tough conversations. And when she did, she became the go-to-girl for friends and colleagues who would repeatedly ask her “how would you have said that?”
In We Need To Talk, Andrea confronts something that makes so many of us feel uncomfortable. And with simple step-by-step instructions, she shows us how to tackle some of the most complex conflicts we face at work.
On this episode of Glambition Radio, Andrea and I talk about getting over the awkward, letting go, and using heroic measures in your everyday life. Andrea also shares what’s NEXT for her, and I bet you won’t guess what it is!
I know you’ll get a lot out of this episode. So click the play button below and listen to this episode of Glambition Radio now.
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