The Naked Truth: The Benefits Of Confrontation

Another sneak-peek from Dan’s upcoming book The Naked Truth. This book dives deep into the bravest form of honesty: confrontation. In this chapter, we explore why being confrontational is actually beneficial to both yourself and others. ———————— For more personal support, contact Dan directly with your questions If you enjoyed this video, get access to more of BROJO’s content and Read More

How to stop taking rejection personally

How do you feel when someone ‘rejects‘ you? If it hurts, it’s most likely because you take it personally, meaning you think their “No” has something do with a negative quality about yourself. But what if it’s got nothing to do with you at all? ———————— For more personal support, contact Dan directly with your questions If you enjoyed Read More

How to Stay Cool in High-Pressure Situations

THE RAPIST WAS ON THE LOOSE… Neill*, a serial kidnapper and potential rapist, had absconded from his Home Detention address. There was no GPS monitoring on his electronic ankle bracelet, so we had no idea where he’d gone. All we knew was what the forensic psychologist had warned us about when Neill was first released from prison – “If he Read More

What 100 People Pleasers Say They Have in Common

This People Pleaser survey was conducted over the months of November-December in 2017, as part of market research for my new coaching program The Honesty Effect: 3X Your Social Confidence to Free Yourself from People Pleasing in Just 12 Weeks. Over 100 people responded to the survey, and I’ve analysed the results with my feedback here. If you identify as Read More

Why You Need To Have Confrontations

  “In the confrontation between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins – not through strength but by perseverance” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr. If you want to be authentic, to live by your values without fail, then you must expect confrontation. The only alternative is to be completely alone, living like a hermit in a damp isolated Read More

Easy Confrontations: How To Be Assertive Without Conflict

After many years of working with offenders and managing staff, I’ve slowly learned to overcome my fear of confrontation. At first, when a tattooed up gang member would yell at me and cry and threaten, I would fold like deck-chair. Slowly, over time, I learned to use exercises, templates and courage to become more assertive. This built my confidence which in turn built my assertiveness. By stepping out of my comfort zone a little more each day, I finally got to the point where I was ready to face any challenger. Read More