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Etiquette

Etiquette, How to Be a Gentleman
Narrated by: Kevin Iggens
Length: 3 hrs and 57 mins
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There is more to good manners than sipping your tea the right way. This bundle covers a set of rules that help you find common ground with others. It also shows you how to be the kind of man women are interested in and instantly drawn to. 

This bundle includes:

Etiquette: A Guide to the Most Common Etiquette Rules and Social Situations Where Etiquette Matters (The Modern Ladies & Gentleman, Book 4)

Etiquette is a social vaccine of sorts, one that helps prevent the negative impact of ignorance on social connections. And while there are still many people who believe etiquette is not very important, the truth is simple - they couldn't be more wrong!

How to Be a Gentleman: What Every Modern Man Needs to Know About Manners and Behaviors to Attract Women Now (The Modern Ladies & Gentlemen, Book 1) Third Edition with Updated, New, and Expanded Material

If you want to attract women, you need to learn how to be a gentleman. Maybe you’ve found out the hard way that women aren’t really into bad boys. Maybe you are just struggling to find a woman who will go out with you. Nevertheless, this book will help you learn what you need to do to show women you’re interesting and worth going on a date with.

©2017 Lean Stone Publishing (P)2018 Lean Stone Publishing

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An OK book, but hardly revolutionary.

Basically a set of bullet points to keep in mind regarding good behavior etc, and some related good advice to go with them. Not bad really, but not brilliant either.

Even though they are pretty different, I'm tempted to compare this to Stephen Covey's "the 7 principles of highly effective people", and Dale Carnegie's "How to win friends and influence people". Both of these are more sophisticated, more systematic, and set a higher standard for personal integrity. In short, they will require more of you, and challenge you more, time and time again. If you've read them, then this book will feel like a summary of a selection of their goals, but without the necessary tools to help you get there.

In short: Useful as a refresher; think of this as a light snack between the two full course meals mentioned above! 😉