No, I am not completely devoid of any observation skills.
Rather, I’ve long nurtured the belief that we all have strengths, and they’re often very different.
them or are they OK with the women in their life being beside them or even in front of them?
Most men I know are intimidated by strong, successful women because they have the belief, and they have been Therefore men who have this belief are intimidated by women who are more successful than them.
According to Greg Behrendt and Amiira Ruotola, authors of the book It's Just a F***ing Date, men should want to be with a woman who excels at whatever she's passionate about.
Find out why they say men who say they're intimidated by successful women are using that as a cop-out.
Proper paying etiquette has always been unclear, and we often times overthink what message we’re sending based on how we handle the bill.You’re likely to have both masculine and feminine qualities, even if one of those sides dominates.But to grow your career, you need to rely on your strengths and learn how to work around your weaknesses by stepping out of your comfort zone and tackling complex challenges head-on. And you can create personal connections to break down the imaginary walls of intimidation that we, as humans, have created.Be human The person sitting across the table from you is a human. By doing so, your colleagues will enjoy working more with you.Not to mention, humor is a great way to de-stress during and after difficult tasks.
In the end, you’ll not only learn more about yourself, but you’ll add new skills to your repertoire and continue to deepen your strengths. In this age of radical transparency, openness in communication is critical in removing these barriers to better understand your colleagues.