Psychology of intimidating people

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Picture feeling an important member of the group, socially and at work.

To find out if you fall into this category, ask yourself if you have one or more of the following characteristics.

If people around you remain silent after you speak, it’s time to ask yourself if you have an intimidating personality.

However, they might be confusing sincerity with being rude or inconsiderate.

These types of personalities tend to reject excessively nice manners.

It works like this: you don’t express opinions, you give conclusions.

At the end of the day, if you say something in a rude way, no one will listen to what you said.

If you have an intimidating personality, it’s difficult for you to understand other’s weaknesses and fragility.

They don’t see the difference between kindness and flattery.

The truth is that telling the “truth” in an excessively rude way only makes people feel bad.

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