The Gentleman’s Guide walks you through many of the mistakes we as men make and how the alternative, by becoming more gentlemanly in everything we do, will make it easier for us to meet the people we desire and to establish lasting personal connections.
It’s always the same old rhetoric, perhaps from generation to generation on how hard it can be to meet people; how much work it is or how we need tricks, gifts or money to lure in the object of our affections. Instead of understanding our targets, we make them out to be alien. Instead of examining our short comings, we seek to find them in others. What we often fail to understand is that when dealing with people, it’s easier to be what they are looking for than to pretend to be that person. That person they are looking for isn’t another demographic, but simply a better you.
As we let go of our own hang-ups and open our minds to the other persons’ perspective, we can substitute strategic subterfuge with general understanding. The arts of tact, class, and sincerity will get you farther with people and in life, than bluster, machismo, or deception.
The Gentleman’s Guide can help you initiate the subtle transformation from confusion and frustration to clarity and success.