It is so tempting. Your colleagues are hovered around the Keurig sharing the latest news about the new girl in accounting: “She was out partying so late last night.” “I bet she has a problem, like, with drinking or something.” “Do you guys think this is why she got fired from her last job?” And you just want to hop in and join them.
This is good stuff! In fact, you overheard her having a fight with someone on her cell phone, so you can contribute something new, maybe even juicy.
You can be the center of attention for a few moments. You are in the know. You will seem so important! Whenever you feel this way – STOP!Read more on everydaypower.com