如何避開閑言碎語的騷擾
文章來源:未知 文章作者:enread 發布時間:2020-09-10 09:18 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
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Well, my solution is pretty simple.
我的辦法很簡單。
 
Confirm the source of the information.
確認信息來源。
 
Yeah, we all have those annoying moments.
是的,我們都會碰到這種麻煩的時刻。
 
Sometimes, you don’t go to gossip1, but gossip will come to you.
有時候,你不去找八卦,但八卦會來找你。
 
And this is particularly troubling in workplaces.
這種事要是發生在職場里尤其麻煩。
 
How to deal with that? If you simply refuse to talk to others, it will seem like that you have a low emotional2 intelligence , which may also make your future work difficult.
這種時候怎么辦?如果直接拒絕和別人談話似乎顯得情商很低,可能也會讓自己今后的工作變得困難。
 
Perhaps the best reply under this circumstance is to ask, "How did you know about this?"
這種時候最好的回答或許是:“你是怎么知道這件事的?“
 
With this simple question, you can find out whether the thing you are talking about is real information or not.
通過這個簡單的問題,你可以搞清楚現在交談的話題是不是真實信息。
 
At the same time, this also allows the other person to know that you are only interested in useful facts, rather than gossip.
同時,這也能讓對方知道你只對有用的事實感興趣,而不是八卦。


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1 gossip AeEzc     
n.流言蜚語,愛說長道短的人;vi.傳播流言
參考例句:
  • She broadcast the gossip all over the town.她將這個流言傳遍全鎮。
  • They spread a lot of tacky gossip about his love life.關于他的愛情生活,他們散播了許多不堪的閑言閑語。
2 emotional 3pDxl     
adj.令人動情的;易動感情的;感情(上)的
參考例句:
  • Emotional people don't stop to calculate.感情容易沖動的人做事往往不加考慮。
  • This is an emotional scene in the play.這是劇中動人的一幕。
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