You Don't Ask, You Don't Get – Proven Techniques to Get More Out of Life
Learn how to ask for what you want and increase your chances for getting it! Part how-to, part self-help, this easy-to-read communications guide is your path to self-enrichment from small requests that maximize a moment to large requests capable of transforming your life. You will learn: • How to ask for what you want • 7 effective motivators for positive outcomes • How to increase your chances for success • How to ask in specific situations • How to overcome objections …and much more! You Don't Ask, You Don't Get contains simple, yet proven techniques anyone can use. It's packed with information, real-life examples, and true stories. You'll discover endless possibilities for giving and receiving. It's amazing, but no mystery. The secrets contained inside these covers are yours to use and share. You Don't Ask, You Don't Get pays for itself again and again with a lifetime of benefits.
About Janet F. Williams (San Diego, California Author)
After winding down a career in high-end sales, Janet F. Williams authored the triple-award winning self-help communications book, You Don’t Ask You Don’t Get (2010). She founded her company, Good Day Media, to provide a publishing platform and now uses it as an umbrella for all her creative endeavors. She has authored several short stories and won an Honorable Mention in the 2018 Writer’s Digest Annual Writing Competition.
Williams helps would-be authors with all stages of their fiction and non-fiction manuscripts including development, editing, and critique. As a one-on-one writing coach, she instructs those who desire individual attention. She has presented workshops for the Southern California Writers’ Conference, San Diego Professional Editors Network, various writing clubs and other venues. She helps businesses with website content, correspondence, ezines and books. She is an LGBTQ+ sensitivity reader.
Williams resides in North San Diego County. In her spare time, she likes to make bread, be in nature, and write the stories she wants to read.