10 Phrases smart people never use in conversation

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By Jeet Updated

The glass is half full or we can say the glass is half empty. It totally depends on us to choose the correct set of words that are going to make a colossal divergence. What if you mean something but your speech means something else. Being loose lips is all time curse destroying your demeanor. But there are certain things a smart people will do to avoid such things and deliver a correct phrase for correct situation and make us smart.

If someone is successful it is hard to point out  his or her prime factor which is responsible for it. Truth be told, it is very easy to find out what these smart people have in common their enormous power of words and communication.

1. I will try my best

i will try my bestThe word “try” sounds tentative and suggests that you have no confidence in your ability to execute the task. Take full ownership of your capabilities. If you’re asked to do something, either commit to doing it or offer an alternative, but don’t say that you’ll “try”, because it will sound as if you won’t try all that hard.

2. You look tired

You look tiredTelling someone he looks tired implies that they don’t have an appealing look. Being helpful to someone we can tell words like “is everything fine”. The reflection of these words will be as more concerned instead of offensive.

3. You always…or You never

These phrase make people offensive because no one always or never does anything. Instead of these words we can point out the mistakes that caused problem to us. The other person would surely understand his or her mistake with a lot of gratitude.

4. Good luck

Good luckWishing someone “good luck” seems like the world is coming to an end and you are finalizing your speech. Wishing someone for luck is different thing and wishing someone for their capability is different.

5. Do you know who I am?

Do you know who I amThis sentence can bring you down sooner than you think. This is the greatest sign of arrogance in behavior. smart people Never use such sentence to anyone. Words like this would cut any chances of you being respected by anyone.

6. It’s not fair

Truly speaking nothing is fair in the real world. You don’t have to act like a child saying “it’s not fair”. The words create an impression that you are still immature and naïve. In real world you have to take hits and move on, you just cannot decide that if it’s unfair. You can’t let it demoralize you from trying once again and behaving like mature.

7. This will only take a minute

This will only take a minuteSaying that something only takes a minute undermines your skills and gives the impression that you rush through tasks. Unless you’re literally going to complete the task in 60 seconds, feel free to say that it won’t take long, but don’t make it sound as though the task can be completed any sooner than it actually can be. Act smart make time your ally.

8. It’s not my fault.

It's not my faultIt’s never a good idea to cast blame. Be accountable. If you had any role, no matter how small in whatever went wrong, own it. If not, offer an objective, dispassionate explanation of what happened. Stick to the facts, and let your boss and colleagues draw their own conclusions about who’s to blame. The moment you start pointing fingers is the moment people start seeing you as someone who lacks accountability for his or her actions. This makes people nervous. Some will avoid working with you altogether, and others will strike first and blame you when something goes wrong.

9. I can’t

I can’tThese are two very powerful negative words. Smart people never consider these words in their conversation Saying I can’t suggests that you’re not willing to do what it takes to get the job done. If you really can’t do something because you truly lack the necessary skills or will power, you need to offer an alternative solution. Instead of saying what you can’t do, say what you “can do”.

10. I hate this job.

I hate this jobThe last thing anyone wants to hear at work is people complaining about how much they hate their job. Doing so labels you as a negative person and brings down the morale of the group. Bosses are quick to catch onto naysayers who drag down morale, and they know that there are always enthusiastic replacements waiting just around the corner. So never say such words.
 Eliminating these phrases from your vocabulary pays dividends. They have a tendency to sneak up on you, so you’re going to have to catch yourself until you’ve solidified the habit of not saying them. Forevermore there are hundred ways of expressing yourself with a positive speech. As long as we circumvent these phrases  the more  smartness will come