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There is a time and place for everything, and the things you might share with your friends or personal network are not always appropriate when you're on the job. After all, you never know how people might react to something you share (or overshare) at work, and those reactions can affect your day-to-day relationships and your career as a whole.
Negative thinking at work, or being around negative coworkers, can decrease your workplace performance. Chronic exposure to negative messages from complainers will reinforce negative thinking and behaviour. Here are nine ways to defend yourself against workplace complaints -- yours and others' -- so you can rewire your brain and boost the occurrence of positive thoughts and behaviours.
Whether you've got a stunner bod or not, it doesn't matter -- less is not more in the office. Less means less classy and less respectable, and that's about it. People will take you less seriously if you show everything you've got.