Announcing new ebook entitled “Etiquette for Residents, Travelers, and Potential Immigrants to English-speaking Countries”
How to get new friends and job? Many professional people cannot find a job because of a lack of proper manners. This book gives a review of typical behavior of people living in Australia, Canada, UK, & US, with references to some European countries.
The ebook entitled “Etiquette for Residents, Travelers, and Potential Immigrants to English-speaking Countries” by Ron Sunquest is invaluable to these who want to travel to these countries and especially to these who plan to start a new life as immigrants in any of these countries. Also, current residence in an English-speaking country does not guarantee that one’s behavior and manners are sufficiently attuned to propel one to the desired degree of progress in one’s life. One hour or two spent on reading this book will help you to obtain a background that may change the results of your efforts and improve your life. Topics in this self-help guide include: dressing for success, common courtesies, manners, greetings, job interview, professional behavior, political correctness, public events, addressing people, body language, gestures, table manners, bodily functions, driving, and more.
Etiquette is defined as the rules of social, religious, or professional conduct. It is clear from this definition that adapted etiquette may mean different things to different people. For example, in Japan one cannot enter house wearing shoes used outside. Similar, one has to leave shoes in front of a mosque.
Etiquette makes our lives more orderly but also complicates it to a certain extent. Members of social, religious, or professional groups are obliged to behave in a certain manner, and if too many rules are broken such members can be expelled from a group. In the past, rebellious behavior contributed to evolutionary changes in our societies but today rebellious behavior may frequently be the reason that somebody is not selected for job or approved by immigration officer, or even get visa to foreign country without knowing what the real reason was.
Considering that the selected rules of conduct are different in various geographic locations we have to study them before we go to succeed in our goals. This guide shows similarities and differences in behavior between a person living inside and outside of North America, Western Europe and Australia.
We are living in century where many rules are not followed by some who do not realize that this lack of adherence produces negative impact on their lives that they are complaining about. Many of the so-called “racists” behaviors are simply cultural misunderstandings which when corrected make our life and life of other people more fulfilling. As in old saying: ”When in Paris - do as the Parisians do"
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