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When bullies get really fearful, they lash out, and if you think there is a floor below which even the most badly-brought-up workplace weenie will not descend, you are mistaken! If a true friend had feedback for you, he or she would offer it with compassion. "I would like to tell every young person starting out in his or her career not to be cowed and bullied.You can tell whether or not the unsolicited feedback your workmates give you is authentic or fear-based by the way they deliver it -- and, of course, by tuning into your Gut Channel and trusting a million years of human evolution to tell you "Is this person friend or foe? Most people you'll meet in the workplace are awesome, or at least decent people, but a few of them are jerks.People will bully and try to intimidate you in the business world if their spidey sense tells them that you are someone to be reckoned with -- someone to take seriously.You don't even have to do anything to bring on the bullying behavior.
You can tell whether or not the unsolicited feedback your workmates give you is authentic or fear-based by the way they deliver it -- and, of course, by tuning into your Gut Channel and trusting a million years of human evolution to tell you "Is this person friend or foe? I call it Weenie Behavior, and it's what you see when a person is afraid and deals with his or her fear by putting down, boxing in and trying to squash other people. Weenies enact and enforce the stupid rules and policies that I write about all the time. Rules reinforce the fear of new thinking or stepping outside the lines that fearless people do naturally. A new idea might threaten a weenie's place in the world.That's why you can easily throw a weenie into an extreme fear state just by being yourself, telling a joke, having a good idea or being someone that seems to know what you're doing. You will hear people say "You don't know much about business, do you?Sometimes just being yourself can make people fearful, especially if they are fearful people to begin with!I use the term "weenie" and the hotdog character in my drawings to illustrate a certain kind of behavior at work.