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Gentleman School 2

Get others to respect and look up to you the way you deserve.

 

Behavior
- You should respect others as you would like them to respect you.
- Treat older women as if they were your own mother.
- Always have a woman walk on the inside of the sidewalk and on the side of parked cars in a parking lot, basically using your body as a barrier from harm.
- “The strong move quiet, the weak start riots.” Don’t be the guy who always needs attention or starts problems over small stuff.
- Look people in the eyes when you greet them and shake their hand.
- Go easy on the slang.
- Watch the news and don’t try to go straight to the sports section of the newspaper.
- Always help a lady put on her coat or overgarment. This is a simple but powerful action.
- Whether she is about to enter your car, restaurant, club, or anyplace with a door, you should always hold it open.
- When escorting a lady (that you know) to and from social events, you should offer her your arm. This is a little more intimate, but serves well when walking on uneven ground. Especially if she's wearing high heels.
- Even if you don't like someone, there is no need to lower yourself to their level. Be polite and courteous; show that you're the better man.
- Swearing is a big no-no. It shows that you don't have the vocabulary to express your thoughts appropriately.
- Don’t speak loudly. It always implies that you can't reason with people and rely on "brute force" to get your point across. It also draws negative attention.
- Don’t lose your temper. It’s showing everyone that you can't control your emotions.
- Spitting is very crude and not too pretty to look at. Do not spit in public.
- Do not laugh at others' mistakes.
- You should remove your headwear upon entering a building.


Style
- Don’t try to outdress a woman. She should be the center of attention and should not feel that she’s underdressed.

- Remember to always have a straight and upright stance. Imagine James Bond.
- Brush your teeth, gargle or have a breath mint before getting up close and personal.
- Wear a belt! It’s called underwear for a reason.
- If you buy one pair of shoes and one suit per year, you’ll have a nice collection soon enough. It’s an investment.
- Never use white socks to black shoes.
- Find a good tailor.

 

In Business
- Take criticism with an open mind. You can improve from listening to superiors and by changing your actions to serve them. Don’t mess with the pack order.
- Be on time to meetings. Early if you can.

- Focus on remembering the names. It creates respect and trust.
- Don’t hold conversations at the same time someone else is speaking. Let the person finish his point before giving yours.
- Don’t talk down to coworkers, including subordinates. You may be above them in rank, but as a human being, you’re on a level playing field.
- Look for the people who will make your job easier. You can’t do everything yourself, so you’re going to need help. These people will be pivotal to your success. And always thank them and show your appreciation when they come through for you.
- Don’t dress for the job you have, dress for the job you want.

 

 

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