Have you ever been caught in awkward conversations that you just don't want to be in? To get out of these conversations faster, Bostom.com writer Jennifer Spencer has a tip. Listen:
If you've already made a decision you don't like this person, don't replay that negativity in your head. Concentrate on the substance of what he or she is saying and engage in the topic or task rather than the messenger. By focusing on the other person you may find more direct ways to share information which in turn means you can get away from them sooner.
Jennifer also suggests to keep an open mind which may help in avoiding a snap judgement. Try it out, if you're ever caught in that sort of situation. Check out the post below for more:[Boston.com]