Tag: people

Hall’s Rule of Social Order #32

2 April, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Elevator rides are not social catalysts and therefor should not be used as social opportunities. There are social norms to follow and you should make sure you’re prepared. These are from “The Definitive book of body language” by Allan and Barbara Pease: There will be no talking to anyone, including a person you know. Avoid […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #214

19 March, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Words are stupid. Whatever happened to “sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me”?  Words are really tools of destruction by nature, even though they can be used to come off as temporary good, but if those words aren’t maintained, it’s really just a form of prolonged destruction.  Only once […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #61

12 March, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

There are only 3 requirements for a successful event or party: Something to eat Something to do A place to go to the bathroom   As soon as one of those is not present, the event will end.

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #295

13 February, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

We are all just a little bit racist. Here’s a video from Tony Award winning cast of Avenue Q to help –  

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #5

23 January, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Don’t let other people or companies define you. Don’t give in to the stereotypes if it’s not something you want to be.  You don’t have to be put in their box if you don’t want to fit in it.  If they won’t listen when you tell them, then show them.  If someone discards you as […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #182

9 January, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Cherish people, not stuff. Inspired from my brother-in-law, Robbie.  Things are just things.  Too often people attach memories to the objects rather than the people associated with the item.  An argument could be made that it’s too easy to forget about that person or act if you got rid of the item, but the real […]

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