Getting what you want


Hi, I have a discussion with the designer later today to provide feedback on logo and topography proposal. I feel uneasy, uncomfortable and confused. I am not pleased by the first draft. I want to give some constructive feedback and also be assertive. This is something that happens a lot, it is not easy for me to say that I do not like something and that I want something. I want to be assertive. I want to trust my guts. This is where I want to be . So I did those models and would appreciate your ideas to tighten it. Many thanks in advance.

C: Work with designer for branding and website launch. Presentation from the designer
T: I do not know what I want and how to say it
F: Confused
A: I do not provide feedback, I do not try to clarify my expectations and what I want, I say that I like it and need more time to come back to the team with feedback, I call friends and family to discuss and get there opinions, do not trust my initial reaction,
R: Not assertive in what I want

Intentional Model
C: Work with designer for branding and website launch. Presentation from the designer
T: I want to stand up for what I want
F: Assertive
A: Prepare my points for the meeting this afternoon, I explain, listen, provide feedback, don’t tell myself I am complicated, not clear, annoying, not nice, or do not know what I want, I tell myself I am the captain of my ship and need to be firm and open at the same time. I don’t take it personality if team pushes back and give them permission to push back
T: I get closer to what I want.