11 minutes | Dec 17th 2020

Victorian-Era Etiquette Lessons You Can Use Today (And Some You Shouldn't)

I used to think time travel would be awesome...until I read an 1883 etiquette book.   Life in the 1880s: 17 drinks before breakfast. Waiting for the automobile to be invented. Some light assault of service people. More drinking.   Grab your powdered wig, dust off your top hat, get in your horse and buggy and let’s learn some Victorian-era etiquette! --- Be sure to go to Become More Compelling and get your free 56-minute audio guide on joining & enjoying group conversations. (You'll also get articles, podcasts, videos and much more to help you supercharge your people skills!) --- Have feedback or have a question you'd like to have me answer on a future episode? Let me know on Instagram or Twitter. (@thejeffcallahan) or email me at jeff@becomemorecompelling.com.
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