You have an idea or objection you want to raise, but that might be risky. Should you speak up or bite your tongue?
You have an idea or objection you want to raise, but that might be risky. Should you speak up or bite your tongue? We all know that person: The one who can never seem to bite his tongue. He feels an overwhelming urge to speak up with a correction, no matter how unimportant or minuscule it might be.
The makers of BrainPort say that, with training, the device can be used by the blind to interpret location, position, size, and shape of objects ahead of them, and also determine whether objects are moving or stationary.
Not sure whether to voice your opinions or bite your tongue? These questions will help you choose the best course of action.
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If you're cutting certain coworkers out of the social circle, you're doing more harm than good, studies suggest. Think you're being noble by biting your tongue around that coworker that kind of drives you crazy? Read Full Story