Most intimidating thing to say to someone

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I also think I am a bit more aware of my facial expressions in meetings and try to just really tap into my chill aura so I am just more approachable.

I am really interested in human interaction as a marketer that works with social influencers but IRL experiences at my studio so I want those interactions to be genuine and balanced If someone is intimidated by the other person then there is no balance.” “I have definitely been intimidated before I would say on job interviews, on panels, and especially sometimes during that first ten minutes of meeting a new celebrity client or fashion designer.

Sometimes I have definitely been intimidated during my first encounter with someone and it isn’t just that they are a name–it is sometimes the mix of because who they are, who they know, what they have done and how much of your work is going to reflect on them.

I thinking knowing your work is going to be seen and discussed with others is intimidating because you worry about failure.

I also think some celebrities could be intimidating because you watch them on TV, listen to their music or read their books and you are so excited to meet them and that excitement can turn into intimidation.

I think in some senses it could be negative like that person makes the other feel awkward or is a bully and others feel intimidated or it could be a positive because you are so awestruck by someone or maybe you waited so long to meet them that you were intimidated when you finally do meet them.

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Because the right people will only continue to empower you, and if they’re trying to diminish you or shame you for being ‘intimidating’ …. I think I’ve gotten it in every area of life as well. I’ve learned now to recognize that as an indication that whoever is saying this to me is not aligned with who I am in the world.

Most of us have probably felt it, upon meeting someone who seems to have it so together—the job, the spouse, the home, the wardrobe, the sense of nonchalance about it all—that for some reason, we automatically think less of ourselves.

We wonder what we could ever offer such a person, how we would even have a conversation with them without blurting out something dumb about their shoes or the photo they posted on Instagram last Sunday. And how best should we respond to the feeling that being intimidated by another woman produces in ourselves?

Never bothered me—and I think its a good thing in way, they should get used to a woman being in charge.

I know I married the right guy because my husband not only supports but encourages my career and entrepreneurial ambitions.” “I don’t generally find other women intimidating—I try to vibe off their energy and learn something from it instead.

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