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4. Notice Your Environment

Pay attention to the acoustics and size. Pay attention to the setting and atmosphere — are things casual, or more formal?

You might know everyone there, and they might be people with whom you usually talk sports and use salty language. But this might not be the setting for that, and engaging in your usual dynamic can up people’s insecurities.

“Let the room dictate it, not the relationship."

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Reading the room is about seeing and hearing what’s both spoken and unspoken. And it’s a skill well worth mastering.

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