Did your Mom ever tell you to use your “inside voice” when you were a kid?
And it’s a lesson that’s served me well in business.
I have a pretty loud voice.
And when I’m talking with someone one-on-one, I forget there might be other people around.
This can be a disaster if you are discussing a client or a project in a public place.
Been there, done that.
And I don’t ever want to be there again, so I always make sure I take my inside voice with me when discussing business in public.
When talking with a friend or colleague in a public place, it’s easy to get caught up in the conversation and forget where you are.
Take a quick two minutes to watch this video and put the tips into action in your business today.
If you can’t see the video, click here to watch on YouTube ==>> Don’t Talk About Clients In Public Places
Have you ever said something in public that’s come back to bite you? I’d love to hear the lesson you learned from that. Please share in the comments below.
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