. . . no conflict can make us feel we lost or lessen us. Only make us better. Help us grow. I guess in a sense this is a book about self awareness and growth. In that way we will be better people by reading this great story. If already a good person then reassure us we are on the right track. A must read. -Amazon Review
Crush Conflict With Kick-Ass Confidence:
How To Stop Backing Down, Start Speaking Up And Say What
You Want To Say Today (Kick-Ass Confidence Series Book 1)
“DO YOU SUCK AT CONFRONTATION AND WANNA BE KICK-ASS INSTEAD?”
Do you hate confrontation? Does the thought of it make you wanna run and hide? Would you rather scratch out your own eyeballs than stand up to someone? Are you afraid that you’ll get all tongue-tied, wimp out and slink off with your tail between your legs? Well, you are in the right place.
This fast-paced, straight shooting book gets right to the good stuff and shows you how to be kick-ass at confrontation. Imagine getting rid of the fear and doubt, of being able to say your piece with pride and conviction, and getting your point across.
Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not. This book will break it down and prove to you that you can do it, without fear, failure or looking like a jerk. You’ll also get a bunch of cool tips, tricks and tools to really dig in, and learn to be a confrontation master starting today.
Don’t be afraid to have your say. Don’t be a doormat and let people walk all over you. Don’t sit back and take crap, whilst you get steamrolled by someone else. Your opinion matters just as much as the next person, so stand up, be counted, and be heard.
In this book you will discover:
- The reason you sit back and fear conflict and confrontation
- How to maximise strengths and improve weaknesses
- How to ease into standing up for yourself and getting your point across
- 5 top tips for successfully dealing with confrontation that you can use today
I guarantee this book will entertain, and open your mind allowing you to welcome conflict as an opportunity for change, instead of running from it. You have nothing to lose, except fear and doubt. So, stop backing down, start speaking up and learn to confront with kick-ass confidence today.
“I read this book thinking it would be a laugh and an easy read, and it was…” Donna Loftus
Well it definitely was both! “Opinions are like assholes, we all have them” had to be the best quote! I’m not into self-help kinda shit but this book makes you really take stock of how you deal with conflict. I’m sure I will never be as much of a hard ass as the author but I’ll give it a go! Look forward to the next book! “
“Well presented, easy to read and funny….” Carmel Ward “…book of practical wisdom. The reader will benefit by gaining the knowledge and confidence to tackle conflict head on and improve both their personal and professional relationships.“
“Turns a dry and boring topic into a fun one….” Jane Astbury ‘Crush Conflict with Kick-Ass Confidence’ turns a dry and boring topic into a fun one. The quizzes at the end adds a unique way in how the author interacts with readers. I really like this book and definitely recommend reading it.”
About the Author
Lisa Doble is an Australian ex-cop, wife, mother and author. She spent fifteen years in the New South Wales Police Force and patrolled the streets in various country and metropolitan locations. Lisa has completed a Bachelor of Social Science, majoring in Counter-Terrorism, Criminology & Forensic Science, and maintains a strong interest in these topics.
Lisa has published articles in the Australian Police Journal on terrorism topics, including the rise of Foreign Fighters, Radicalization and Violent Extremism. She has experience in recruitment, where she sought high performing executives for companies within the Guns and Ammunition industry, in the United States.
Lisa had a lifelong dream to write a book and has had that passion since childhood. When she was about 8 years old, she wrote a book full of poems and short stories and decided at that age, that she would one day publish it. She lost the book….
Over recent years Lisa has been in the field of child protection, working in the investigation and assessment team. She has also been conducting family conferencing, both in the government and private sector. When Lisa is not on the back of a horse, at the gym, or trail running, she is walking the dog, drinking coffee and writing more books.