How to deal with an imtimadating
It reminds us that we are equal to any situation, that we are enough. It is a kind of knowing that you are all right in every way, mentally and physically and in appearance and that, whatever the occasion or the situation, you are equal to it.
—Marlene Dietrich At first glance, the quote seems to be about glamour, but really it's about so much more than that. And it's great advice to take for dealing with intimidating situations.
It Comes From Everywhere Intimidation comes at us from many quarters – parents, teachers, schoolmates and even churches – but the workplace is where we are most likely to be fed a steady diet of The Big I.
The typical business environment is an out-and-out incubator for intimidation.
Difficult people come in every variety that you can imagine.
But, how difficult a person is for you to deal with depends a lot on such factors as your self-esteem, your self-confidence, how closely you must work with him on a daily basis, and your professional courage.
If we do, it can never inhibit our actions and control us.
Change the way you represent the experience so that it no longer makes you feel fearful.
Today I want to look at changing how you represent experiences to yourself. Pick a person you deal with on a regular basis who you find intimidating.
How to Kill Fear When Dealing with Aggressive People By Peter Murphy The book, Feel the Fear . And I really think it is important to learn how to transform fear into courage by learning how to use more of your mind and how to take charge of your emotions.
There are two ways to take fear and transform it into a different emotional state: Release the fear by letting go of it.