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 Ask For What You Want 

Date of Publish - Sunday, 25th February 2018

The key reason confidence is so powerful and magnetic is simple, confident people ask for what they want, whether it is advice, a sale or a date. Surprisingly much of achieving goals is simply building up the courage to ask for them. The reason asking helps you serve is because asking is critical to growth. Your ability to serve comes from improving the value you offer. Growth works in a cycle. You create value, you ask for what you want and where you get rejected you modify your approach. This applies whether your entire intent is self-interest or service. Create value. Ask. Use rejection and success to improve.

We live in a spam culture. This is where many large organizations are completely unabashed when asking for what they want. Pushy salespeople, annoying advertisements and an e-mail inbox full of unwanted garbage. Spam is a sign of a poor request. Spamming people for what you want is a crude and ultimately ineffective way to ask. Often asking is also considered as a greedy and unwanted culture. But it’s not true, as since childhood we hear no man is an island, so we need each other. For the stone-age to digital world one thing is still same that people still need each other, but still hesitates to ask for a help.

Being independent does not mean the dependency on human world is over but it talks about the resources. It could help you start a conversation with a stranger, at new place. People are good also they could help you see the goodness in you too.It is completely fine for being not perfect, no one knows the whole. So it always better to ask for a help, a doubt or anything.

Jhanvi Tripathi


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