7 Bad Habits That Outcast People at Events

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7 Bad Habits That Outcast People at Events

You might be the best in what you do and might attend every event, that comes your way, and follow all the popular event tips, yet you might be seen as an outcast at most of the events. If you are wondering, why, then well, these could be a few reasons.

7 Bad Habits That Outcast People at Events:

 

Being Loud:

Being Loud

Being Loud

We agree that you have every right to express your point of view, but then you can’t force others to listen by being loud. Also, people who are not a part of your conversation, might not enjoy the nuances of your group conversation they get to hear without a choice.
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Being a Source of Bad Odor:

Being a Source of Bad Odor

Being a Source of Bad Odor

You surely enjoy your extra garlicky recipes, but your colleagues for sure won’t appreciate it and might avoid you like the plague. The same is the case with your body odor, so please get yourself a deodorant, at least when you are heading for an event.
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Bragging:

Bragging

Bragging

People definitely love to hear about you, but well, the event is not just about you, so STOP! bragging.
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Being a touchy-feely person:

Being a Touchy-feely person

Being a Touchy-feely person

Never try to poke, hug, tickle or grab a person you meet at the event. They might be an acquaintance or a new contact with whom you have got along well, yet that does not mean they enjoy being touched.
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Eat all the Time:

Eat All the Time

Eat All the Time

We understand that you are hungry and it is important to attend to your biological needs, but that may not be appreciated at events if the only place where people could spot you is the dining area.
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Too much of Small Talk/Flirt:

Too much of Small Talk/Flirt

Too much of Small Talk/Flirt

It is good to indulge in a bit of small talk to break the ice, but remember, too much of anything is good for nothing. And for sure you need not know everything about the person you have met just a few minutes ago.
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Disinterest in Conversation:

Disinterested

Disinterested

Although you believe that you have successfully camouflaged your disinterest, your body language will speak out loud and tell the world that you are not into the conversation. People like to be heard, and when you exhibit your disinterest in what is being said, please don’t be disappointed for being an outcast.

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