[inlinetweet]]If you give into intimidation, you’ll go on being intimidated.”– Aung San Suu Kyi[[/inlinetweet]
Some people resort to managing through fear or intimidation to exert control or to stimulate people’s performance, but it certainly cannot be a motivating strategy in long-term.
Whether the intimidation is internal that has to do with your thought process or external —having to do with the actions or behaviour of others, you can learn to overcome it.
Are you stuck with your conflicting attitudes and beliefs? Conflicting cognition can be mentally exhausting and anxiety-inducing which most of us tend to ignore. Resolving it creates clarity in our decision-making.
“For every mountain, there is always a higher mountain.”
Always playing to someone else’s scoreboard won’t fulfil your goals or purpose but results in feelings of regret, envy, jealousy, guilty, worry and self-doubt. Here is how to free yourself from comparison trap.
One habit that can help you become emotionally and mentally more resilient in uncertain times like what we are experiencing now.
We are all inherently worthy, but there are always certain moments in our life where we experience moments of negative self-worth where self-doubt takes over your self-belief.