You might get knots in your stomach, sweaty palms, pounding heartbeat, and it makes you feel very uncomfortable to try and bring it up so you end up ignoring it and hoping it will go away but it never does.
You play it over and over in your head imagining all the worst possible outcomes but not really doing anything about it until it finally comes to a head and you have no choice but to face it and then it ends up being a much different type of conversation than you had intended.
Or maybe you’re the type of person who just gets right to it and you start talking about it as soon as you see an opportunity and kind of blindside the other person so they get defensive and it ends up being more of an argument than a conversation and it doesn’t end the way you had hoped.
In this interview, guest expert Diane Lindemann, the Elevation Coach, teaches us how to have these types of conversations proactively so it lowers the stress we feel around them and both parties can benefit.
Watch it here then come back and tell us how you think it will help you with a conversation that’s been making you feel uncomfortable.
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