The Gift of Asking
Author: Kemi Nekvapil
A woman's guide to owning her wants and needs without guilt
If you struggle to say no, take time for yourself, or ask for what you want or need, this book is for you.
As women, we are allowed to ask for more. We are allowed to ask for different. We are allowed to ask for better.
And yet many women struggle to make requests that would help them, whether in their personal or professional lives, for fear that they'll seem greedy, selfish or undeserving.
In The Gift of Asking, executive and personal coach Kemi Nekvapil breaks down our cultural myths around asking, and teaches-
- How to own your wants and needs, without guilt or apology
- Step-by-step processes to ask confidently for what you want or need, even if your knees are shaking
- What to do when the answer is 'no'.
We are always worthy of the ask, and getting comfortable with it is a sure step towards feeling empowered and valued in all aspects of life.
Are you ready to start asking?
About the Author
Kemi Nekvapil is one of Australia's leading credentialled coaches for female executives and entrepreneurs, an author and a highly sought-after international speaker. She has studied leadership and purpose at the Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan and trained with Dr Brene Brown to become a Certified Dare to Lead. Facilitator, working with teams and organisations to create daring leaders and courageous cultures. Kemi is a facilitator for the Hunger Project Australia and a regular interviewer of industry icons including Elizabeth Gilbert, Martha Beck and Marie Forleo, and she hosts the popular podcast The Shift Series. With a level of compassion and wisdom only gained through extraordinary life experience, Kemi is a powerful advocate for connected, value-based living.
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