David A. Morin

8 years ago, I committed to build my social confidence and become great at connecting with people.

Hundreds of books and thousands of interactions later, I'm ready to share with the world what I’ve learned.

The interest in my findings has been beyond my dreams. We now have 30 000 members taking our courses. Perhaps you’ve seen my writing in magazines like Business Insider and Lifehacker.

Follow me on Twitter or Read more.

8 years ago, I committed to build my social confidence and become great at connecting with people.

Hundreds of books and thousands of interactions later, I'm ready to share with the world what I’ve learned.

The interest in my findings has been beyond my dreams. We now have 30 000 members taking our courses. Perhaps you’ve seen my writing in magazines like Business Insider and Lifehacker.

Follow me on Twitter or Read more.

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  1. Salem

    What the fuck type of toxic shit is this? Because you feel inferior to other people you feel the need to tear them down by saying they have poor relationships or a hard childhood? It’s no ones job but yours to make you feel adequate. Like you said , intimidating people do not know they are intimidating and to be honest intimidation (unless one is being aggressive or bullying) is highly subjective. You’re projecting your insecurities onto others and that’s pathetic. Deal with your own issues instead of putting it on others to shrink themselves for you. It’s no ones fault but yours that you feel less than. Stop projecting and assuming and seek mental help.

    • Viktor Sander

      Did you actually read the article? It says “You don’t want to look at these weaknesses from a bully’s perspective, but from a compassionate’s perspective”.

      It’s about seeing that intimidating people are human too. Getting a more realistic picture.

  2. Marthese

    it is nice to learn thankyou for your help in this area

  3. Anonymous

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