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To deal with an intimidating

Is this the reality, or just the opinion of somebody else who has projected their own feeling of intimidation onto you?

Take a look at the relationship you have with this person and how you interact.

Think about your default response, as much as theirs.

Be yourself, work on your self-confidence and stop underestimating yourself.

Imagine having no nerves, no matter who you’re dealing with. Stop missing out on the wonderful opportunities and experiences that await you. ——- Mark & Laura are on a mission to help you increase your confidence and grow your happiness by simplifying your life.

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Consider what prejudices you bring to the table as much as what this person might bring.

Here is a list of considerations: Is it because of this person’s reputation?

Is it because you don’t have a strong sense of the value you add to this person?

Are you struggling to understand how your working relationship is mutually-beneficial?

How can we get over these situations to stop the intimidation?