An intimidating person
Knowing When to Act Adopting the Attitude Taking Action Community Q&A Being mean and intimidating all the time can be exhausting and won't help you make any friends.
Being Physically Intimidating Being Socially Intimidating Community Q&A Intimidation is making others feel fear, nervousness, or inadequacy in order to gain social standing or produce a desired outcome.They may be really outgoing as well, which can add in all the problems from the point above.I find their intimidating aura shrinks when you just have more experience with them.While you often sway people to your way of thinking through your coherent and well thought through arguments, you aren’t, in any way, disappointed if you can’t convince an individual.You are respectful of those who think and feel differently to you.If you need to be mean and intimidating toward someone, then you have to have an attitude of "I don't care what anyone thinks," a healthy dose of confidence, and the words to back it up.
If you want to know how to be mean and intimidating when you need to be, see Step 1 to be on your way.
You then see these people as closer to your level, rather than them being on a pedestal and you feeling you're a walking example of lame, awkward unworthiness that's lucky to even be talking to them. If you know someone is mean-spirited or gossipy you're going to be on guard around them.
Though sometimes we mistakenly think that everyone who dresses or acts a certain way is going to look down on us.
While most of us rightly want to be exceptional in some way or another, we often feel a lot of social and moral pressure not to think of ourselves as generally better than others.
And, even more urgently, we feel pressure not to convey to others that we think ourselves superior and not to be primarily by a desire to be generally better than others.
You’ve been told that you have a strong personality and you know this to be true.