And now, Kion was frowning, disappointed and confused. This small rebellious face reminded Kion of his worst enemy, worst nightmare — Scar. We have to be nice and protect harmony and peace in our pride. Hurting others is bad. I know you want to be a king. Everyone has a role in the Circle of Life, you know that. Please, ask politely first if you want to use my art. Thank you! And that's okay. Maybe you don't care if your co-workers like you; however, you should care if they dislike you.
After all, the less likable you are, the less likely others are to collaborate with you, volunteer their help when you need it or recommend you for a promotion. So what makes someone unlikable? Being a glory-hog. We all like to get some praise and recognition for our hard work.
How to fix it: Be gracious in your success and give credit where credit is due. Ignoring your own mistakes. Everybody makes mistakes — just ask any motivational poster or educational after-school cartoon. But if you handle your mistakes poorly, then they just might.
Offer to set him up with someone else. Method 2 of Avoid him. Simply avoiding places where he goes or hangs out, if possible, will send him a message. If he never sees you, he will likely stop thinking about you or trying to pursue you as much.
Block him on social networks. Get on your social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat, and block him from seeing your posts and photos and interacting with you. All of the major social network sites and apps have easy ways of un-friending and blocking any user you want. Find out what he dislikes and start doing it. If he hates a certain sports team, start talking to him about only that team.
If the sound of chewing gum or humming drives him nuts, start doing those things around him. Use reverse psychology. An out-there move to try is acting the complete opposite and give him a lot of attention. Take it to a ridiculous level if you need to. Method 3 of Talk to a friend. A good leader should want to help you improve your problem areas and should communicate with you about their concerns. Yelling or being passive aggressive are not professional ways to handle a working relationship.
If you feel that your relationship between you and your boss has been on the rocks lately, it might be time to set up a meeting to discuss your concerns. But if you're still not percent sure whether your boss is just a bad leader or they just don't like you, here are 11 key signs that indicate that your boss isn't fond of you. A boss that is fond of you will constantly ask you for your input when it comes to important decisions, especially if they're thinking of promoting you. But a boss that doesn't believe in you and your potential might do the complete opposite.
Even if everyone is saying that you're crazy or imagining things, it's best to listen to your gut if you feel like your boss is not caring about you as much as other employees.
I just can't say no to them. I discovered that writing is my vocation early in my school years. Since then I've taken part in several literature contests - writing horror and fantasy short stories and novellas.Maybe he needs to ask you a question about something you would know. A guy who likes you will use this as an opportunity to flirt and talk about other things. A guy who doesn’t like you will get the answer, say thanks, and move on. MORE: Signs He’s Definitely Flirting With You He’s not impressed by you.