Conversations that invite intellectual curiosity are welcome with open arms, while small talk is revolting to the utmost.People with strong personalities are prone to let people know exactly what they think, including about irrelevant questions or other dialogue that accomplishes little to nothing.Chances are, if you have a strong personality, it’s because you’ve had to have one- life throws curveballs, and you’ve learned how to throw them back.It’s not a bad thing to be one of these people, even though you might feel like you’ve done something wrong by the way others react around you.It is easiest for powerful people to unthinkingly hurt less powerful people because in those cases ramifications to the powerful are least likely to come or are least likely to be potent should they come at all.superior to other people or, especially, to feel like she is someone who has a lot emotionally invested in being superior to other people.This is likely due in some part to the various social and moral pressures against feeling better than others that I mentioned at the outset.
However, once in awhile it really does come in handy.
Obviously, it should go without saying that none of the things you demand of the people you are in authority over should be unreasonable or cruel.
Cruelty does not make you look intimidating it just makes people dislike you immensely.
Some people are born with personalities which make them intimidating no matter what they do or say while others are milder in spirit and temperament.
For these people being intimidating as a result of a situation in which it is called for can be very difficult.