There are times that some things are better left unsaid, better left unspoken.
As we get mad, we often say things not really intended to be said. If you’re too angry to think rationally, remove yourself from the situation. Give yourself a few quiet minutes alone to cool down. The more you understand your own temper, the more you will understand why people get mad, and the better your reactions to anger will be.
Advises are great, if the person welcomes it. We should refrain from giving unsolicited advices. If a friend asks for it, then that is the time to share and extend your views and opinions.
In business meetings with associates or clients, keep your thoughts to yourself first. Wait for the proper time or situation where you can speak out your ideas and suggestions. In client meetings stick to the important matters to be discussed. Be aware that you are consuming both of your precious time.
Being talkative doesn’t necessarily mean that you are being friendly. Sometimes, too much word lessens your credibility. More talking applies to a sales person.
It is a normal scenario in parties, celebrations and occasions that we often loose-lipped, especially with our friends around. We became very vocal due to excitement and happiness. Yet, we have to be mindful if we are already excessively communicative. lol
Keep in mind that “less talk makes less mistakes” Just my two cents J