The Power in Asking for Help
Learn the Benefits of Asking for Help
Are you a lone ranger? A perfectionist? Someone who thinks that the only way to get something done right is to do it yourself?
If so, my upcoming webinar, The Power in Asking for Help, is perfect for you.
I created The Power in Asking for Help because I know from experience, both with my clients and personally, that asking for help can oftentimes feel as though you’re expressing weakness to those around you. My goal for this event is to show participants that, in reality, asking for help can actually make you stronger.
For some people, asking for help is simple. For others, it feels like dry swallowing a pill—awkward and uncomfortable. This is partially due to the society we live in, that encourages us to be self-reliant, and pull ourselves up by our bootstraps. Unfortunately, this mindset leaves us with long to-do lists, feeling burnt out and overwhelmed. Join me to explore the positive factors in asking for help and the negative outcomes from refusing to change your ways.
Dr. Edwin Adams is known as The Leadership Alchemist & founder of DisruptComfort.com. His mission is to support individuals and organizations in getting unstuck and achieve more. As a member of The John Maxwell Team, Dr. Adams has established himself as a key opinion leader and development expert whose passions reside in helping people and organizations disrupt their comfort zones and in developing high-performance, non-dependent people. He is host of the Aesthetics of Leadership Podcast and is a published author, having penned a personal development book entitled, Misguided in the Magnolia, A Journey to Self-Awareness.
Change Your Perspective and Create a Better Life
During The Power in Asking for Help, I want to prove that by shifting the way you think about help and reciprocity, you can greatly improve your quality of life. This experience can also improve relationships with those in your social circle.
Whether your goal is to learn how to ask for help in a professional setting or in a personal sense, I can help. The content we’re covering will be relevant to everyone and anyone who wants to challenge their ego and work on their ability to open up and connect with others.
Participants can expect to do some self-reflection, contemplate their perception of the world around them, and have a space to voice questions and concerns about the best way to reach out for help.
I Can’t Wait to Share With You on Monday, March 1st at 11:00 am CST