My supervisor is intimidating pen dating
Whenever I meet my advisor and interact with him, in class or otherwise, I can't help feeling intimidated. (I am an undergrad and just beginning research.) Who is your "guide" - a teacher, TA, someone else? Does he always say that you should know more than you do? Assuming s/he's a very smart person and just making you nervous because of the intellectual gap (and not because s/he is a jerk), my advise is to go with it and learn from it: (1) think before you speak; (2) come prepared; (3) don't be afraid to admit you don't know; (4) don't fake it.
I feel scared of the fact that I may fall below his expectations, and I become tongue-tied and mind frozen even though I know stuff. I think this is a typical syndrome for young students, or those students who have massive respect for their Professors or Teachers.
Many supervisors communicate directly with workers to ensure that production deadlines are met.
Individuals may also make agreements with distributors and ensure that deliveries make their way out of the factory in a timely manner.
When you know your stuff, you position yourself to professionally handle conflict, deflect intimidating people and take on big projects without hesitation.
Perhaps you can spin it the other way: interacting with this individual is a good opportunity to learn how to interact with others.