Throughout your life how many times were you in a situation when someone judged you unfairly? When this happened how did you feel about it? Did you answer this person right back or did you remain silent?
Along with this, what did you do moving forward? Did you repeat the same pattern the next time someone judged you in a way you felt wasn’t fair?
And did you ever wonder if there even is a way to deal with people when they do label you unfairly? Well there is.
In this podcast episode Chaney discusses what to effectively do when you’re faced with a situation when someone judges you unfairly. You’ll also find out a way of how to present yourself in such a manner that even when people do judge you unfairly…how to not let it bother you.
- What to be aware of the first time someone meets you, and the first time you meet them.
- Why it’s important to know that people will judge you no matter what you do or don’t know (and why this is vital to be aware of).
- Who are the people that upset you when someone judges you unfairly.
- How being your true self is involved in how effectively you deal with people that judge you unfairly (and how it won’t bother you).
- How when people “get you” and you “get them” allows you to deal with what may seem like (but isn’t) being judged unfairly.
- What to be aware of when someone pays you a compliment but you can just “feel” they don’t mean it.
- Whether it’s a good idea to have people tell you what you want to hear instead of them coming right out and telling you the truth.
- How to deal with people (those you may already know or don’t know) that you just know have an “issue” with you even when they don’t say so.
- How to present yourself to people in such a way that even if they judge you unfairly that it won’t bother you.
- A more detailed explanation of “never judge a book by its cover” (and how this helps you deal with people that judge you unfairly).
- Why it doesn’t matter if people treat you unfairly as long as you’re being who you really are (and that it benefits others and humanity).