When you feel upset with or challenged by someone, before you say or do something you might later regret, take a deep breath and count slowly to ten.
In many instances, by the time you reach ten, you would have regained composure, and figured out a better response to the issue, so that you can reduce, instead of exacerbate the problem.
I can say no easily."Jennie: "My friends think I am intimidating because I work in a corporate business environment which would at times be associated with rigor/aggressive natured people.
It’s an environment that breeds people to become coarse or cold emotionally in order to get to the next level.
[My girlfriends] see this in a positive light..of them wish they had more of a backbone and ask for my advice on how to emulate my demeanor." Katie: "I'm very direct.
That description is pretty close, but there’s more to this super trait than that. Read about the other dimensions of personality: Within the domain Agreeableness, there are 6 facets or sub-traits that will further specify the traits that makes you agreeable or not. Trust High Score – Assumes that people have good intentions and are trustworthy. Being a pleasant and decent person, and being a doormat are very different things.
In Psychology, agreeableness measures your tendency to be kind, empathetic, trusting, cooperative, and sympathetic. Low Score – Views people as selfish and only after their own interests. In this case, the saying, “Nice guys finish last” is true.
Agreeableness is one dimension of the Big Five, which broadly categorizes aspects of our personality.
From the word “agree”, you get the impression that this trait means you often agree with everyone and everything around you. People who score high on Agreeableness will have most of the following traits: Anything that is taken to the extreme will have counterproductive results.
What intimidation isn’t is a great leadership quality.