Gentlemen’s Brawl is for both gentlemen and ladies. Men are rarely taught etiquette growing up, how to communicate, how to treat people, etc. Women tend to observe and learn etiquette more often. That’s why I call this gentlemen’s brawl.

Men need to learn these things much more than women. So with that, though Gentlemen’s Brawl will benefit men much more, it is a series is for both men and women. It’s all about success principles relating to people.

The knowledge we share with you here is built on centuries of people and relationship skills.

In this episode:

  • A major problem that happens at parties everywhere
  • The hosts’ share their recurring experience failing
  • Why stand up when a lady enters a room

Reference to a gentleman

Song: Luck Be A Lady Tonight – by Frank Sinatra

Common Party Foul

When a gentleman brings his special lady at a social event, he needs to attend to her.

Rather than only talking with her and being around her, be WITH her, as a team. This could look like introducing her to people, opening conversations, and publicly complimenting her.

Do not do this

Sometimes Weston abandons his wife at social events and it doesn’t go so well. Though she is responsible for herself, he as a gentleman, which means she is a priority. He needs to be observant of her and the environment. Ie. Are ladies and gentlemen intermingling or not?

Likewise, when Samuel is at a family event (Samuel has a large family), he sometimes abandons his wife- not intentionally of course.

My friends. This should not be.

Welcoming others into your world

One practical way to attend to a lady at a social event is by standing when she enters the room. This is usually seen as old school and lame. But there is a profound principle behind it. RESPECT.

Also related, we should be continually inviting another into group conversations.

Have you ever tried to join a small group circle conversation and others didn’t acknowledge you? It sucks right?! This is NOT being attentive. This is not welcoming.

So be attentive. Welcome others. Not just the ladies, but everyone.

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Samuel Hatton is a fellow seeker of courage & confidence. He works with all types of career professionals & individuals to build confidence, set goals, change habits, and be accountable to their higher self. Full-time, he builds lead generation marketing engines in the IT services industry. Contact Samuel

Weston Pokorny is a modern day renaissance man. He does most anything that involves working with organizing spaces: home office design, custom backyard landscaping, carpentry, handyman, and general contracting. He love helping others gain clarity around stuff. (bio updated 2021) Contact Weston

1 Comment

  1. Cindy Stone

    This is a great show. We can all learn more about social graces–dos and don’t for creating great relationships.


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