Be more intimidating
you can be smart and have neither height or extra muscle development. it's pretty much the same for all my friends over 6ft. there's defiantly a ratio, but I'd say height is better at intimidating people.For example, do they seem stressed themselves at the moment? Respond to those cues and ask yourself how you can serve them with compassion and genuineness.Small gestures or a kind word as you speak can be incredibly disarming and serve to build a better long-term relationship.Intimidation has a way of stunting you, both professionally and in terms of personal growth.It's not, however, something you have to suffer by default. The only time anybody has tried starting something w/ me is when I'm sitting down... My shorter friends tend to get "picked on" by complete strangers, and they're fairly muscular.there's defiantly a ratio, but I'd say height is better at intimidating people.
Focusing too much on what you want from the intimidating person can make you miss important cues that could help you communicate more effectively. The reason for their bad mood, dominance or aggression might not have anything to do with you!
People can be intimidated for many reasons, such as reputation, body and verbal language, unpredictability, reputation or uncertainty about the value they have to the other person. You might have some personal work to do as much as the person who intimidates you does.
Once you understand what's driving that feeling in your gut, you can tackle it head on.
you'd be surprised but muscle size isn't that relevant to strength.. it's pretty much the same for all my friends over 6ft. like a lot of people said, you can be 3 ft tall and be slim as a tooth pick...
And it's perfectly possible to train smaller muscles to be just as strong as somebody else's larger muscles. The only time anybody has tried starting something w/ me is when I'm sitting down... im about 1,75 MT and no one, and I mean no one (besides a 6 years old kid) would be afraid of me...
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In this context, intimidation is essentially just the feeling that somebody's able to outdo us.