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by Robin Chandler,Jo Ellen Grzyb,Jo Ellen Gryzb

  • ISBN: 0671029487
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Author: Robin Chandler,Jo Ellen Grzyb,Jo Ellen Gryzb
  • Subcategory: Personal Transformation
  • Other formats: doc lit mbr lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (January 3, 2000)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • FB2 size: 1194 kb
  • EPUB size: 1797 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 971
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Clean, undamaged book with no damage to pages and minimal wear to the cover Hardcover – 5 May 1997. by Robin Chandler (Author), Jo Ellen Grzyb (Author).

Clean, undamaged book with no damage to pages and minimal wear to the cover. Hardcover – 5 May 1997.

Being too nice can seriously affect your health, wealth and happiness. The Nice Factor shows you how to stand up for yourself and put your own needs first

Being too nice can seriously affect your health, wealth and happiness. The Nice Factor shows you how to stand up for yourself and put your own needs first. Whether at home, work or play, this groundbreaking book will put you back in control of your life. One fee. Stacks of books. Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once). The Nice Factor" shows you how to stand up for yourself and put your own needs first. Publisher: Jo Ellen Grzyb Published: 2008-03-20 ISBN: 9781848393165.

The Nice Factor - Jo Ellen Grzyb. For us, these people are too nice for their own good. They give in, they have no resistance in the face of what other people want, they can't stand up for themselves or get what they want. the art of saying NO. Jo Ellen Grzyb and Robin Chandler. They don't know how to tell other people that they feel put upon or suffocated or that they are angry or hurt.

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Nice Factor, The book. Nice people want to be liked by everyone. The Nice Factor" shows you how to stand up for yourself and put your own needs first

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Jo Ellen Grzyb is a keen, passionate and devoted gardener who also happens to be a co-founder and Director of. .The Nice Factor Book: Are You Too Nice for Your Own Good? (written with Robin Chandler), was published in 1997, and revised and reissued in 2008

Jo Ellen Grzyb is a keen, passionate and devoted gardener who also happens to be a co-founder and Director of Impact Factory, a training and personal development company specialising in making work a better place to be. She makes her garden and allotment much better places to be as well. Let's get a little serious here. The Nice Factor Book: Are You Too Nice for Your Own Good? (written with Robin Chandler), was published in 1997, and revised and reissued in 2008. Their work is continually being written about, televised and broadcast in the UK and abroad.

The Solution or Consequence) . Being Nice According to Jo Ellen Grzyb and Robin Chandler, authors of The Nice Factor Book, it is possible to be too nice for your own good. If you are too attentive, too thoughtful, too agreeable, too understanding, it can make you feel you don’t have a choice on how to behave. It can leave you feeling persistently put upon and hard done by. This is not to say that niceness isn’t important in the right place and at the right time. But if it is done out of fear of offending, of not being liked or of triggering someone else’s anger, it is a liability.

by Jo Ellen Grzyb, Robin Chandler. Being too nice can seriously affect your health, wealth and happiness. They always afraid of offending so they accommodate other people above themselves and adapt their behaviour to suit what they think other people want. Nice people are people-pleasers but they feel compromised and hard done-by a lot of the time. They find it almost impossible to ask for what they want.

This text explores the techniques needed to help people choose a different way of behaving than they are used to, and to put them back in the driving seat of their lives, and includes boundary setting and leaving the bait to dangle.

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