Don't have a "side conversation"

It's a no-no that I must confess I
have done while in a business dinner: 
have a "side conversation".
You know, it has nothing to do with the
reason you are there and you just want to keep it
between you two - 
Black trousers - black flawy top Ponny tail Pony tail  - Black Breckelle's shoes - Brown patent clutch

I also plead guilty to over sharing....
specially if I really, really like the person I am talking to.
There is a limit on how much information you want to share
when in a business oriented event.

So, what are you guilty of ?


LyddieGal said...

I definitely over share. I think maybe i scare people away too soon. why is it so hard to bite my tongue, even when i know i should?!

Shybiker said...

This is something I struggle with in professional settings. I know I should keep personal things private -- especially since my personal things are often unconventional -- but if someone I'm chatting with is friendly, the temptation arises to over-share. I've never gotten into trouble with this but my urge to connect to others is sometimes overwhelming.

Interesting post, buddy.

Kathya Stryzak said...

Hola Lore..quiero un sobre igual al tuyu!! besos