A Collection for Gentlemen
You can only control two things in life; your attitude and your actions.
True happiness always starts from within, then flows out.
Seeing the world through someone else’s eyes is the best use of imagination there is.
People do business with, and buy from those that they know, like and trust.
Positivity + Passion = Enthusiasm.
Never, ever take advice from someone who doesn’t have something you want.
When you talk about yourself, that’s called “bragging.” When others talk about you, that’s called “a reputation.”
Every day you wake up, smile, and thank The Creator for another day to win.
Smiling is an inexpensive way to improve your looks!
In peer pressure, strive to be the one applying the pressure, not the one being pressured.
Smile first, ask questions later.
That which is measured improves; that which is measured and reported improves exponentially.
When you first meet someone, now is the time to have them think exactly what you want them to about you!
Eye contact + a warm smile = happy to meet someone.
Real friends don’t let friends give dead fish handshakes.
Just assume you have bad breath and that everyone knows except you. Now fix it!
When complimenting, be as a specific as possible.
Giving a heartfelt compliment is one of the best ways to be remembered.
Know thyself, then show thyself!
Never forget that the sweetest sound in the world is the sound of one’s own name. Therefore, remember as many names as you can.
Try not to mess up a first meeting before it happens!
Make sure your mouth and body are speaking the same language!
Body language was the first language known to man; therefore tune your frequency properly to become multilingual.
Presence is not about how big you are physically, it’s about how you carry yourself.
Your e-personality should be an extension of the real you, not a different you.
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Enact in your household a no-technology hour (or more) to engage one another, reflect and just be.
Challenge yourself to be professional and compassionate no matter the circumstances.
Knowing and being realistic on what you’re not good at is just as important as knowing what you are.
Just because a person told 99 lies, doesn’t mean the 100th one won’t be true to you.
The best way to show your gratitude to The Creator is to use the gifts you were given.
If you’re always the smartest person in the room, either go different places or make sure different people are in the room.
The only knowledge that is power is applied knowledge. All else is just a trophy.
Perfect practice makes perfect.
When you talk about yourself, it’s called “bragging,” but when others talk about you, it’s called proof.
Remember that granite gets broken when you’re sculpting a masterpiece!
Treat every invitation as an honor!
Avoid responding to invitations with a “maybe,” it makes it look like you have a problem with commitment.
When meeting anyone new, always focus the conversation more on similarities than differences.
When choosing a gift, it really is the thought that counts, so put some thought in it!
Feedback is the gift of the generous and truly self-aware among us.
Make sure you compliment as easily as you criticize.
If you hate your job, quit, and go find something to become an expert in.
Don’t let fear or the expectations of others define you.
Do not interrogate when asking questions, because when people sense they are being set up, they do not respond well.
The way you do one thing is the way you do all things. So do them all excellently.
When you bring out another person’s glimmer, you bring out your own.
There’s a big difference in listening, and waiting for your turn to speak.
Take what you want; if it is too much, you will be corrected.
Fortune favors the bold, so feel fortunate, never forget favors and be bold.
Think before you speak: Is it true, kind and necessary?
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