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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Most people don't feel comfortable asking for something from others. But it plays a vital role in our relationships, careers, and everyday lives. Most people don't understand the psychology of asking, which is why it's so difficult to ask for the things that are essential in life. In Hard Tasks Made Easy, bestselling author, speaker, and philanthropist Laura Fredricks teaches you the five laws that govern the process of asking. Whether asking for a raise from your boss or a promotion in your career, recognition from your peers or validation for your worth, or even simply asking for forgiveness, the book will give you the tools you need to get what you want. It will also reveal the strengths that you may already have, which will give you the winning edge on all your tasks.
Concise and to the point, Hard Tasks Made Easy is an easy read that will teach you some valuable lessons about asking that you can use in your everyday lives. Too often, people ask for things at the wrong place or the wrong time. Laura Fredricks emphasizes the importance of selecting the right environment and the correct medium, such as in person, on the telephone, in a text, through a video call, or email, etc. At the end of each chapter, key takeaway points are provided that encapsulate the contents of the respective chapter to make sure readers grasp all the essentials. Personally, I found the book very informative and illuminating, and recommend it to anyone looking forward to learning how to ask.