The Rules for Gentlemen
Kindness goes a long way.
Live your life before it lives you.
Be honest to everyone, including yourself.
Always think before you speak.
Be a good listener
Actions speak louder than words.
Do something nice because you want to, not because you want something back in return.
The line between confidence and arrogance is very thin.
The way a gentleman treats his mother, is a good indicator of how he treats his lady.
Look for beauty in the mundane.
Always dress well.
Don't ever say "it is, what it is".
Open doors. Pull out chairs. Let her order first. Pick up the check.
Rebel from business casual.
Know when to show off.
Never be first to a party, never be the last to leave.
Tip more than you should.
It's okay to forgive, as long as you don't forget.
Act like you have been there before.
Admit when you're wrong, stand your ground when right.
Chivalry will never run out of style.
When in doubt go for the kiss.
It's good to be smart, it's great to be educated.
Know when to listen, be silent, and speak up.
In a negotiation, never make the first offer.
Treat everybody equally.
It’s not always chess; sometimes it’s just checkers.
The simplest gestures mean the most.
A cheap date isn't good. A good date isn't cheap.
Being a male is a matter of birth. Being a man is a matter of age. Being a gentleman is a matter of choice.