In this video, Jordan Peterson delivers a life-changing lesson on communication to a shy student. The student explains that he often struggles to communicate with others and feels that he is not assertive enough. Peterson uses his expertise in psychology and his experience as a professor to provide practical advice on how to improve communication skills and become more assertive. Peterson emphasizes the importance of being clear and direct in communication, not being afraid to ask questions or to say “no,” and paying attention to non-verbal cues. This video is an excellent resource for anyone looking to improve their communication skills and become more confident in their interactions with others.
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