No one can avoid talking to others, but you should choose your words carefully.
Those who choose words carefully, use the colloquial saying: press the secret under the tongue. Because the same thing, expressed in a certain way, can make people smile; if you say it in another way, it will make people frustrated and annoyed.
Our tongue is like a double-sided blade, so we must work hard to achieve the best effect of our words, which can express our own meaning and make people accept it.
When you should speak, be bold, concise, and not twitchy; when you should not speak, be silent and never show off your knowledge.
What you say must be true and credible, don't make up at will, don't talk nonsense. Don't talk nonsense about things you don't understand. It is unwise to talk casually, even if the talent is highly educated.
On the contrary, if a talented person is superficial but few words, people often regard his silence as a kind of cleverness.
No matter who you are talking to, you must be targeted and see if they are willing to accept it.
If he is listening attentively, just keep talking; otherwise, keep his tongue away. In short, what you say should not be offensive.
In addition, listen to others patiently and don't be impatient. Only those who are good at learning can speak well. The process of listening to people is also a process of learning.