Essential Manners for Men



Essential Manners For Men Helps Men Make The Right Decisions About What To Do And Say In Every Situation That Counts Peter Post, Great Grandson Of Emily Post, Distills The Essential Information Men Need For All The Important Roles They Play In Life.Organized Into Three Parts Daily Life, Social Life, And On The Job Essential Manners For Men Resolves Situations That Can Stump Even The Savviest Peter Post S Advice Is Sharp Witted And Sensible, With Tips, Boxes, And Candid Anecdotes About His Own Etiquette Blunders Topics Include The Most Important Behaviors To Avoid And Emulate At The Gym, At Work, On The Golf Course, At Home, Out With Friends, At A Business Social Event, And A Child S Ball GameTipping, Driver S Ed Iquette, Introductions, Sportsmanship, And ParentingSuccessfully Sharing Living Spaces With A Roommate, Significant Other, Or Spouse From The Toilet Seat To The Remote Control To The Kitchen SinkHow To Throw A Great Party Or Be The Perfect GuestHow To Successfully Navigate The Business DinnerThings Men Do Wrong That Make Women Wince, And Things Men Do Right That Women LoveThe Five Step Process To Resolve Any Situation Where There Is No Etiquette Rule Short And Shoot From The Hip Honest, Essential Manners For Men Is A Book No Man Can Afford To Be Without.Essential Manners for Men

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Essential Manners for Men
  • Peter Post
  • English
  • 11 February 2017
  • 0060539801

10 thoughts on “Essential Manners for Men

  1. says:

    There s a strange dynamic at play in Peter Post s Essential Manners for Men On the one hand, Post regularly calls on his readers to follow the essential manners However, in this postmodern, globalized age, is anything essential Perhaps not, but Post maintains that we should be considerate by remaining aware of social guidelines for behavior.Still, I found it problematic that Post calls on us to be considerate, not because it s right, but rather because it can cost us if we are not Isn t it There s a strange dynamic at play in Peter Post s Essential Manners for Men On the one hand, Post regularly calls on his readers to follow the essential manners However, in this postmodern, globalized age, is anything essential Perhaps not, but Post maintains that we should be considerate by remaining aware of social guidelines for behavior.Still, I found it problematic that Post calls on us to be considerate, not because it s right, but rather because it can cost us if we are not Isn t it crass to apply the logic of the marketplace to manners Post points out that if we break the rules in front of our clients, they are free to take their business elsewhere, for whatever reason including bad manners I imagine this argument is stated at greater length in Post s other book, The Etiquet...

  2. says:

    Essential Manners for Men is written for sitcom husbands That guy who is in his underwear drinking beer and won t switch the channel because he loves football so much audience in the studio piss themselves LAUGHING The subtitle of this book is What to Do, When to Do It, and Why I was especially interested in the why, because it sounds interesting Why should we do some of the things we are expected to do As it turns out, the answer to the why is basically, because its respectable or be Essential Manners for Men is written for sitcom husbands That guy who is in his underwear drinking beer and won t switch the channel because he loves football so much audience in the studio piss themselves LAUGHING The subtitle of this book is What to Do, When to Do It, and Why I was especially interested in the why, because it sounds int...

  3. says:

    This is written for every man who will not read it It s for the obtuse public nut scratcher adjuster that irritates all of the women in the world who are perfectly mannered I was hoping for atimely set of topics like smartphone use, outdated practices door holding, etc.

  4. says:

    This book has proved wonders for me Instead, of reading every part of it and highlighting the importance of some facets of the book, I only wrote down what I needed to work on I am lucky for I have mastered most of men s etiquette Probably due to my childhood and shyness as a kid, I never went flamboyant on any subject matter or dressed in a way to promote myself The first facet I need to work on is aggressive driving I can drive fast, but never cutting others off Never get mad in the car This book has proved wonders for me Instead, of reading every part of it and highlighting the importance of some facets of the book, I only wrote down what I needed to work on I am lucky for I have mastered most of men s etiquette Probably due to my childhood and shyness as a kid, I never went flamboyant on any subject matter or dressed in a way to promote myself The first facet I need to work on is aggressive driving I can drive fast, but never cutting others off Never get mad in the car and always use your blinkers Another thing I need to keep account of is my writing, in which I love to do Whenever writing an email or a note, always ensure you used proper grammar and spelling, for it says something about yourself and values Whenever you meet somebody for the first time stand up, and use their name as much as possible Further, when introducing someone, introduce the person to theimportant person Never say, nice to meet you , say name, it is a pleasure to meet you A weird thin...

  5. says:

    This was not a surprising book in its contents, but it was quick and interesting Some reiterations that I think everyone can bear to be reminded of Etiquette is nothan Consideration, Respect, and Honesty for the other person It is a social pattern that developed over centuries because it works to help people get along When you act with etiquette, it gives the other persontrust in you, and in youconfidence When you interrupt someone, you are cutting that person off at the This was not a surprising book in its contents, but it was quick and interesting Some reiterations that I think everyone can bear to be reminded of Etiquette is nothan Consideration, Respect, and Honesty for the other person It is a social pattern that developed over centuries because it works to help people get along When you act with etiquette, it gives the other persontrust in you, and in youconfidence When you interrupt someone, you are cutting that person off at the knees Don t ever do it Apologize if you do Be on time in America and some other countries Talk slowly and use eye contact Introduce others in the most important to least important order Remember names Stand when meeting someone else, or if your dinner companion stands up at the table Stand up for the other guy and refuse to make deprecating conver...

  6. says:

    I really, thoroughly enjoyed reading this book Although I am a woman, I still gained quite a bit of insight as to how to act towards people from reading this Men s book I m incredibly interested in going back and readingfrom the Emily Post Institute, and I even look forward to it This book is insightful for anyone who is interested in human behaviors, any age...

  7. says:

    I have never gone to an American, read White, Christian wedding before I would assume its the same as any other wedding, and therefore, I would cautiously attend, though I would feel awkward and out of place not knowing what exactly is going on and what expectations there might be of me Watching TV you can pick up on so much of whats acceptable, however, given that there are so many variations its hard to find a safe norm I am sure if White Christians tried to apply these normal standards o I have never gone to an American, read White, Christian wedding before I would assume its the same as any other wedding, and therefore, I would cautiously attend, though I would feel awkward and out of place not knowing what exactly is going on and what expectations there might be of me Watching TV you can pick up on so much of whats acceptable, however, given that there are so many variations its hard to find a safe norm I am sure if White Christians tried to apply these normal standards of behavior to say a South Indian Jain wedding, they would create problems for themselves Its safer to have some standard norms to go with, and for me, Mr Post helps provide a reference point for those daily interactions and special occasions.The book, I expected, was going to be a very long bullet list H...

  8. says:

    A must read for any man who wants to improve in his daily, social, and work life The three principles of etiquette are consideration, respect and honesty.He teaches me that We don t do these things to get anything in return we do them because we believe in their inherent value Through our manners there is A terrific opportunity to do things right, thus pleasing and...

  9. says:

    This book is helpful enough that you should buy a copy and expect to refer to it occasionally Where it helped me the most is the etiquette of tipping On one of my last dates, I was annoyed at the waiter s insufficiently attentive service, so I wanted to withhold any tip My date insisted I tip him just because of servers negligible pay I did what she wanted, and eventually learned from this book that I was wrong and she was right waiters and other people giving service should be tipped some This book is helpful enough that you should buy a copy and expect to refer to it occasionally Where it helped me the most is the etiquette of tipping On one of my last dates, I was annoyed at the waiter s insufficiently attentive service, so I wanted to withhold any tip My date insisted I tip him just because of servers negligible pay I did what she wanted, and eventually learned from this book ...

  10. says:

    An etiquette book for guys C mon Right off the bat, Peter Post, great grandson of etiquette guru Emily Post, lets his readers know that the book explains how to be considerate and that etiquette need not be something that guys automatically dismiss.Post offers both the rules of etiquette and the all important why the rules existGuys, this will save you many unnecessary arguments and...

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