There are two ways to go about this: the easy way and the hard way. Let’s talk about the later first.
You could ask for a private meeting. See if you can get this person to meet you at a place where you can have some privacy. Don’t make it seem like a federal case, but let him or her know that you would like to talk privately when possible. Don’t be excessively flattering or generous. Just invite this person to sit down and thank him or her for coming. If you try to sweeten things with compliments, flattery, presents, or snacks, you will seem a little sleazy. Be nice. Don’t be mean, nasty or say insults under your breath and discuss the matter as briefly as possible. Speak kindly and state the problem. Say the sentence or something similar to it, in a nice and calm manner as if you are lolling in a hammock on the beachfront. It sounds silly, but just say it like you were at the beach. Sounds easy enough right? Not necessarily. Prepare yourself for their reaction. Expect that they will lash out with means comments or take it personally. Understand that it’s possible they might even tell you that you talk too much.
If you don’t feel like dealing with all of that, however, there is a better approach. Whether it’s your annoying in-law, or your aggravating co-worker, it’s more important that they get the message and change their behavior, regardless of where it comes from. So perhaps the best way to tell someone they talk too loud (or too much for that matter) is through The Incognito Help Line.
If you’re not familiar with the service, The Incognito Help Line, is an anonymous message provider that will personally call and deliver any message to anyone with the promise that it will never be traced back to you. As the number one professional anonymous messaging service, The Incognito Help Line knows that sometimes its easier to let someone say things for you, (which is why The Incognito Help Line was created- for people & situations just like this). It’s one thing for someone to get a random phone call or text when they can’t validate where it comes from or if it’s meant to be taken seriously or as a joke. But when you get a personal phone call or letter from The Incognito Help Line, you know the message is serious and isn’t a joke, and it’s that personal touch that makes all the difference.
So stop worrying about their reaction and let The Incognito Help Line tell the loud-mouth that’s ruining your life, to shut the f*ck up, so you don’t have to.