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In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and etiquette expert , Aaron Marino of http://www.iamalpham.com, talks about how to speak like a gentleman. Aaron Marino gives you 9 talking tips to earn respect and communicate like a gentleman.
Aaron Marino of alpha m. covers speaking etiquette 101 for being a gentleman. You may look and act like a gentlemen, but if something comes out of your mouth that is unbefitting of a gentleman, you have totally screwed the pooch. Here are tips for how to speak like gentlemen:
1. Say 'please' whenever asking for anything
2. Say 'thank you' whenever you receive anything
3. Do not use profanity on a regular basis
4. Never talk down to anybody
5. Does not gossip about others
6. Speak in a positive manner
7. Doesn't say anything hateful about anyone! Whether sexist, racist, homophobic, bigoted, it's disgusting!
8. Wait to speak and do not interrupt
9. Know when to shut up
Alpha M.s top tips
1:Puff out your chest
2:Have loads of cash
3:Get the bitch fat on holiday foods
4:Fuck-zone & dump
7:Respect the league
8:Rinse & repeat
9:Be a unapologetic & unemphatic twat
10: tiege hanley
1-Okay Alpha you are the "Man" but dude you curse in some of the videos like a sailor! Hmmm! 2-I forget the name of the man in public eye a director I believe who was fired for his racist and sexist remarks he Tweeted 10 years ago??? Something like that....so yes be careful it can come back on you.
Well, true to some extend. It comes down to which side of politics you come from. But eventually, you are usually among your peers and your peers tend to think somewhat similarly to you. So if you don't intend to be racist sexist blah blah blah among your peers, they will get your intentions. If not, you might want to change company.
Came across this on accident. Its kinda stupid. My parents thought me to say please and thank you to everything. Also, they thought me manners such as holding doors and all the other things. Real "Gentelmen" won't be watching this. This is more or less structured as a list for people who are clueless and have zero charisma. Oh, and I totally disagree with the swearing thing, its perfectly acceptable to drop the "F-bomb" and other words. It's all a matter of knowing your audience. In the end, if your here and actually feeding into this, you're already on the wrong path. But, hey, this is the internet. What the hell do I care, and what the hell do you care. I guess I'm the real chump in the end because I say through a five min video and leaned nothing.
Sounds like you were raised with some common sense standards. But being a gentleman, or a lady, is upper class. Not necessarily upper class like social/economic upper class (though it typically all comes down to the same), but simply going beyond what is expected of you by merely being a man or a woman. And with this upper class behaviour, there come additional expectations. Swearing is certainly not part of this etiquette.
What is someone like an African American man who is my friend and we both respect each other calls me the n word even though I am not black I usually respond with but I’m not black tho and i just need your insight please help me!
You can certainly question whether it is appropriate these days, as you probably can count the women in your social network who behave like a lady on one hand. It was thought to be a social convention among the noble-born, women behave like ladies, men behave like gentlemen, everything else was out of the norm. And conclusively, you are not obliged to behave like a gentleman if the woman doesn't behave like a lady and vice versa. But in the end, someone has to make the first step.
Hey there sir ! I found this video pretty decent👍 because of this sole reason that it teaches much positive speaking behaviors :) Tho the fact that some of your tips were so general that they even apply to females or so to say every human ! So like my point is that there was nothing so specific fr gentleMEN , so hope you see my point & would take it positively :) Looking forward to hear back, Thanks...
my dears sir please do not talk....your voice is positively irritating. you are the least qualified person i have ever seen or heard to talk on the subject......actually i suggest you learn how to speak.
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