The big reason why many people do not get what they want is because they are too afraid to ask or do not ask thinking that it will not help … But there is a middle ground. Next we are going to give you some strategies so that you start asking questions when you need to and that you do not get angry if things do not turn out the way you had planned at first …

Your attitude to life circumstances and opportunities will help you to develop and be able to obtain everything you want for your life … in short, they will help you to be successful in life knowing what you deserve at all times.

Think that there is nothing to fear except fear itself

Fear of punishment or rejection is the reason why most people hesitate to ask for what they want. They fear that stepping out of the emotional comfort zone will result in humiliation if they fail. Before asking you can think to remember the importance of what you want to ask for. You will have to tell yourself that the only thing that matters is whether you are choosing your words well.

Have self-confidence and determination

Two of the most important elements involved in asking for what you want, and getting it, are self-confidence and determination. Unless you believe in your heart that you will eventually win the other side, you are likely to waver or worry at the first sign of resistance. An extreme emotional reaction to any obstacle will almost certainly doom your mission, causing the other side to take it with you .

    • You’ll have to tell yourself up front that you may not get what you want right away.
    • The declaration is not the same as saying that you will never succeed, which could damage your morale and determination.
  • Instead, you re simply facing reality, accepting the fact that you may face a setback.  By acknowledging this possibility, you will not be surprised or upset if you are rejected.

Organize your thoughts

You can’t expect to get the results you want if the other party doesn’t understand what you’re asking for. To be able to order things properly, you will have to write exactly what you want , then rewrite the points until your reasoning is clear, orderly and you can easily relate it. Practice in front of a mirror or discuss the most important points with trusted people to make sure they make sense and that you don’t leave anything out.

Always ask things from the heart

Whatever you have to ask for, whenever it is important, is best received when the person doing it does it in a kind, polite and firm way … this position is difficult to resist. Increase your chances of success … or at least minimize the chance that your personality or attitude will sabotage your application .

To do this, ask enthusiastically and in a pleasant voice. Maintain constant eye contact to show that you are serious, but also show respect and admiration for the person you are talking to . In general, you have a much better chance of getting what you want when you make people feel comfortable and show them that you are genuinely excited about what you are asking for.

Prepare for resistance

Even if you do everything right, you may encounter resistance. The person you are asking may consult with someone else before making a final decision … or you may want to present your answer, hoping that they will withdraw from their position once they have had time to think about it … or he could just say no .

If someone resists or shows resistance to your requests, be courteous and kind all the time, don’t lose your temper or get discouraged, just look for other ways to reach you. objective.  Rather than viewing the other person’s resistance as a dead end, view it as part of an ongoing conversation .

Learn the art of giving thanks

Whether or not you get what you want, say thank you. The gratitude  will leave the other person open to give you what you want, or what you want, at some point in the future. In this sense, thank the person directly and follow up with written notes if necessary. Sometimes details like flowers can be appropriate.

Learning the art of expressing gratitude will force you to focus on the positive. It will also prevent you from holding a grudge, which is hard to hide and only works against you in both the short and long term.

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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