Standing up to intimidating people
Dittmar volunteers say that the protest was disturbing."If he wants to support his candidate that's fine, but don't come here and stare into the office all day," said Su Wolff, a Fluvanna County resident and Dittmar volunteer.The protester, Daniel Parks, says that he hopes his protest encourages other Trump supporters to stand up for what they believe in."I'm just trying to provide a voice for someone who might be a closet supporter of Trump.A great deal of what will need to be done when you are working to develop rapport with the other side is to get the person in charge to take control over their troops.
The other side will see that you are sending a copy of everything to their boss and you’ll need to make sure that they understand that their boss is going to see everything that they do.When the other side of the table starts to use intimidation in order to get their way, you have a very important decision to make: how are you going to react? However, if you are strong enough to do it, then two magical things will happen.