Here are some of the thoughts that came out of that very interesting conversation.Intimidating others means engendering fear, often with the purpose of coercing them into doing something they do not want to do.A strong, or "intimidating" personality type, can mean something different for everyone.But there are a few traits and characteristics that seem to be inherent in all of them.
This can be overt and deliberate, but is often subtle and not noticed, even by us. To be non-intimidating, just do the reverse of intimidating action.
We can also do this accidentally or deliberately - the bottom line is that the other person feels a degree of fear as a result of their encounter with us.
Ways we can intimidate others include: The ease with which we can accidentally intimidate suggests that we might reflect on how we act around others.
Apart from that, stand up straight and minimize jerky, quick body movements.
A commanding person will usually look like they conserve their body energy, while others seem to have their energy all over the place.
The good news is that there are some self help methods in which a meek person can learn to use intimidation when the need arises.