How to use radical honesty in a way that gets respect without being manipulative, and instead builds your self-confidence, your charisma, your ability to connect with others.
To celebrate the upcoming launch of my new book The Naked Truth, I’m going to give you a sneak peek into the 5 principles of powerful honesty that will ensure that you can speak the truth without worrying how people will react and learn how to be socially confident.
Some of you want to know to be more social and improve your communication skills in a charismatic way to improve your relationships, but you don’t want to lose yourselves in the process. Connection and social confidence can indeed be achieved without manipulation or seduction, but your honesty has to be more powerful than what most people are capable of.
These 5 principles will help you to stop lying compulsively or unconsciously, and learn how to be more honest at work, in your relationships, and with yourself.
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