It is important to monitor what you say at work. It will help you avoid irritating your coworkers.
Avoid Things That Threaten Your Work
Don’t talk about extremely personal topics, especially things that will make others question how committed you are to hour job, advised Wayne Pernell, a clinical psychologist, and a leadership coach.
Avoid Gross Details
Never forget where you are, no matter how comfortable you get. Don’t Talk about gastrointestinal issues or sex, for example.
Avoid Ranting About Politics
You never know who might be listening. It is important to remain authentic and to speak about what is important to you, but as much as you can, refrain from bashing political parties or religious beliefs.
Avoid Dwelling On Personal Problems
Avoid moping around or slipping into self-pity, no matter how horrid your issue may be.
Avoid Speaking Too Much
Avoid speaking too much or repeating the same things. When people ask questions, give general answers about your life without holding them up with stories.