Power limitations: power can be defined as our ability to influence. When we have no influence over things, we feel powerless. To cope, you try to control your environment and others who exist in it, only to find out that more often than not, this doesn’t work.
Knowledge limitations: people are scared of the unknown. As a coping mechanism against this fear, we convince ourselves that we know more than we really do, or to focus our efforts on improving our lexicon of knowledge.
Social limitations: being part of our biological makeup, people are born with an innate desire to belong to part of a group – it makes you feel supported and safe. Unfortunately, others have other commitments in terms of time, attention and interest.