You need to exercise a lot of discretion when speaking to people.

The first reason as to why you need to exercise a lot of discretion when speaking to people is in order to avoid disclosing things you shouldn’t. If, for instance, you keep on speaking without discretion, you may end up disclosing your essential website login credentials to malicious people who can then mess you up. Assuming, for instance, that you work for Macys Insite, whose employee website can be accessed at employeeconnection.net, which is different from the main Macys Insite website, you may end up disclosing your employee connection login credentials to a person who can then abuse them.

The second reason as to why you need to exercise a lot of discretion when speaking to people is in order to avoid creating the wrong impressions. You need to remember that most people have low levels of self-esteem, and they tend to take most things personally (meaning that you can end up creating a bit of misunderstanding where you didn’t intend to).

The third reason as to why you need to exercise a lot of discretion when speaking to people is in order to avoid ending up boring the said people. The inference here is that, as part of your discretion, you should study other people carefully, in order to understand what interests them: lest you keep on telling them about stuff that is of no interest to them, and ultimately end up boring them.

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