Czech Proverb on Credit

As we all know about the term ‘Rat Race’ coined by Robert Kiyoski. We believe that sometimes people make mistakes when they are taking credit and they cannot ever come out of that “Rat Race”.Read this Czech proverb to understand their Idea of Credit.

8 Secrets of Self Care Routine for Men

Self Care is not a One-Time thing. Its the constant repitition of habits which together soothe you and makes sure you are at your optimum emotionally mentally and physically.

The following ideas are self care activities you can fit into a short amount of time usually with no or little cost. 

How to Make Introductions Like a Gentleman

Have you ever been at a party with a guy who runs into somebody he knows and starts yammering away while you stand there awkwardly, holding your drink? Man, I hate when that happens. You’re left in social limbo. I usually have to just take things into my own hands and introduce myself, which is fine, but the exchange would have been much smoother had my friend introduced me to his buddies.

How to Exit a Room Like a Man

You’re at a party. Maybe someone made you go, cornered you at work or school and you couldn’t think of an excuse fast enough to dodge the invitation. Or perhaps you showed up to a social event that held the promise of being a fun shindig, but after listening for 20 minutes to a lady explain the pros and cons of buying an Accord over a Camry and being forced into a conga line against your will, all you want to do is make like a baby and head out. A lot of men find themselves trapped in these kinds of situations, wanting to stick a pencil in their eye but afraid to make an escape attempt.

Vintage Secrets to Being a Good Conversationalist

To be able to converse well is an attainment that should be cultivated by every intelligent man and woman. It is better to be a good talker than a good singer or musician, because the former is more widely appreciated, and the company of a person who is able to talk well on a great variety of subjects, is much sought after. The importance, therefore, of cultivating the art of conversation, cannot easily be overestimated. It should be the aim of all intelligent persons to acquire the habit of talking sensibly and with facility upon all topics of general interest to society, so that they may both interest others and be themselves interested, in whatever company they may chance to be thrown.