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The curious person vs. the nosy person

The curious person vs. the nosy person | Cultural Trendz | Scoop.it

By my own experiences, I have dealt with nosy people. In my opinion, it's not very easy to be around these types of people. Overall, nosy people have asked me questions that would make me feel very uncomfortable. Whenever I am quiet around a very nosy person; that person would ask me some of the most uncomfortable questions that would get on my nerves! I would ignore and not respond to their questions at all! Nevertheless, I would not allow these types of people to get to know me on a deeper level. My reason for not allowing these types people to know me personally because I believe strongly that trust is extremely important in relationships. Trust is the bridge to get to know an individual on a deeper level.

Even though a curious or nosy person wants to know an individual, there is a difference between these persons.

I. THE CURIOUS PERSON

A curious person is when he or she has an aroused interest towards an individual. This type of person has a deep desire to know an individual on a deeper level. While getting to know that individual, a curious person begins to work for an individual's trust! In other words, one who is curious- he or she doesn't mind opening up to that individual! This reason is because he or she really likes that individual! Any time an individual begins to open up, a curious person has their total attention! In add to that, the curious person also becomes excited about that individual. One who is curious, he or she will never ask questions to make an individual uncomfortable! Too, this person respects and won't interfere in the affairs of an individual.

II. THE NOSY PERSON

Even though some people believe that a nosy person is interested in knowing about an individual, but this is not true! A nosy person loves to meddle or interfere in the affairs or privacy of an individual! A nosy person enjoys to disturb an individual's conversation. It signifies that person gets into an individual's business! By doing this, a nosy person asks questions in order to make an individual uncomfortable! This shows that a nosy person doesn't have any type of respect for an individual! Too, a nosy person cannot stand to be around quiet people! A nosy person enjoys to interfere in the affairs or privacy of an individual so that he or she has something to gossip about to other people! A nosy person enjoys to spread rumors! A nosy person is never interested to form a close relationship with an individual! This person wants information from an individual so that he or she will gossip about it to their fake friends and acquaintances.


A lot of times it doesn't get through their heads of most people when a person says nicely,"none of your business!" After saying very nicely to that person that statement, one has to be very mean in order to stop them from asking uncomfortable questions! They get so offended while being mean to them just after saying the statement- it's none of your business. To me, there is no reason to get offended!

To end on this note, trust is always important in relationships! Be inspired!Be encouraged! Have a great day and evening!

Attribution: http://www.citehr.com/346840-curious-person-vs-nosy-person.html#ixzz3ANcjr4lG

Vilma Bonilla's insight:

Trust is earned with each and every interaction. Relationship building is a sincere endeavor. People tend to support causes or individuals they believe in. The trust factor is huge in a relationship professional or otherwise.

 

It is natural to be curious. We tend to pay attention to other people's actions before our own. Depending on our approach and other factors, a personal inquiry may or may not be welcomed or well received. Awareness and respect are paramount. 

 

  -- V.B.

 

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Let Love Inspire Your Leadership

Let Love Inspire Your Leadership | Cultural Trendz | Scoop.it

Valentine’s Day is coming up, which means that love is in the air. Unfortunately, it’s not in the air, or culture, or anywhere else at too many companies. Which is not only a shame, it’s very shortsighted.


Why? Because leading with love is a winning leadership and employee engagement strategy on many levels.

Employer & Employee Rapport Is Like Marriage (Or Dating For The Faint Of Heart)

The employer/employee relationship is, in many ways, similar to dating or marriage. It started with courtship (the hiring process), moves through engagement (building deepening bonds and commitment), and if successful, ends with a fulfilling relationship in which both parties thrive in a culture that balances independence with emotional support.

Think of the great leaders, in any field, who have inspired you. Typically, you don’t like them, you love them. Because they touch you. They give you something that transcends the every day ordinary and the practical, they engage you on an emotional level. They speak to your best self, and make you want to give of that self. Leaders at all levels in every organization can take performance to new levels by putting love into their toolkits.

The Research That Backs Love