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Dianne Olvera Presents “Ask, Don’t Tell” – A Book That Will Improve Your Communication Skills and Change Your Life


Dianne Olvera, author of “Ask, Don’t Tell,” was inspired to write the book after observing the negative effects that aggressive communication can have on relationships. She noticed that many people resorted to anger and aggression to get what they wanted or to put others in their place, but that this often backfired, leading to further conflict and resentment.

Olvera realized that there must be a better way to communicate, one that would allow people to get what they want without harming relationships. She set out to find a solution and discovered six steps that could transform how we interact with others.

The steps in “Ask, Don’t Tell” are designed to help us gain respect and cooperation from others without resorting to aggression. They also offer insights on how to put others in their place and have them take responsibility for their own actions.

By learning and following these steps, we can improve our relationships with family, friends, co-workers, and even strangers. We can learn to communicate effectively and assert our needs without causing harm.

If you want to improve your communication skills, “Ask, Don’t Tell” is the book for you. Readers will learn how to navigate difficult interpersonal relations and communicate effectively in today’s world. The six steps laid out in the book will help readers gain respect without having to use anger or aggression.

In addition, the book offers insights on how to put others in their place and have them take responsibility for their own actions. Whether you’re struggling with communicating at work or in your personal life, this book will provide you with the tools you need to be successful.

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“Ask, Don’t Tell”
Author: Dr. Dianne Olvera
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: August 2022
Book Genre: Self-Help, Guide

About the Author
A part-time university professor with a full-time practice in educational therapy. She has led a very intriguing life ranging from Attaché to the United States Government to brain researcher, teacher, businesswoman, and parent.

With over 35 years of experience in all areas of learning, she can detect and define interpersonal language nuances that assist or detract from optimal communication.

Given the positive response to her work, she was encouraged to write this book to help others use communication skills to enhance interpersonal relationships, achieve personal responsibility, and improve family communication and business productivity.

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