The (Only) 5 Fears We All Share
The fear of humiliation, shame, or any other mechanism of profound self-disapproval.
The fear of failure or rejection can be read as fear of ego-death. Shame and guilt express the fear of separation and even ego-death. The same is true for embarrassment and humiliation.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
Human beings have five fears that are relatively common:
The global pandemic has surfaced a peculiar fear of not being able to communicate with one’s family and friends before our(sudden) death.
The fear of not being able to say goodbye, or to not be able to speak the parting words of love and forgiveness.
We communicate with each other as a habit but miss a lot in what a conversation really holds.
Our lack of listening skills, our inner chatter, and the urge to speak about ourselves is clou...
“We have two ears and one mouth, therefore we should listen twice as much as we speak.”
When someone is coming to you for advice, you have to listen, with intent. You are not supposed to jump into a conclusion and start dishing out advice.
Usually, people just want someone to listen to their problems.
The fear of rejection is ingrained in us.
Overcome this by understanding that people want to know you listen to their ideas and concerns. Your team will appreciate knowing you will ...
You are able to rise above this fear. We all want to feel that we can be promoted and rewarded in a company.
Ask yourself: What does my boss’s boss want and need? How can I contribute with my skills, expertise and results?
It's a human trait to seek the attention and praise of others.
When you genuinely find something to like in others, they usually respond in kind. Be friendly to everyone. Be confident you are a likable person.