Let’s think about this for a moment.
All those times you stepped into an elevator full of people and they all looked away.
All those times you walked down the supermarket aisle or down the street and others avoided your gaze.
All those times you were at the gas station. As you looked across the car roof tops there were others seemingly like you, doing the same thing. You looked at them; they too avoided your gaze – the flipping numbers of their gas pump were safer to look at.
All those times when you were in a public bathroom – the silence as you entered, they dared not make a noise for risk of being noticed – by you.
This all happens because you are the most dangerous person in the world! In fact, everyone is scared of everyone. It’s like waking up in the morning and being scared of your hands!
Remember this the next time you go to a networking event, or the next time you are delivering a keynote speech or workshop.
If you are the most dangerous person in the world, then so is everybody else. Everyone is scared of everyone! Isn’t that amazing?
So, I say go forward in love and with a great smile – maybe you won’t be perceived as the most dangerous person in the world today. Who knows, someone may even smile back and talk to you. Now wouldn’t that be scary!