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Over time, our anxiety threshold builds up. It can explode. Mine has several times.

The Untold Genius of the Traffic-Light Job Seeker Chemist

This post was originally a Facebook post on my page.

Traffic light job seeker

I heard this young lady, Malwandla Hadebe, got a call from Sasol after her pictures of attracting a job street-beggar-like went viral. I hope they offer her employment.

Let’s try digesting the following perspective, just to see if it fits.

Avoid these Expressions and Gestures to Win People Over in Person, as Learned from Pickup Artists

Here is what I did. I wrote a post titled How to Win People Over in Business through Pickup Artist Patterns. Check it out. I later figured since pickup artists are clinical readers of social dynamics (women or men for that matter), they would know what social cure gestures to avoid in order to be effective when engaging any audience in person.

The same points could possibly apply to networking or presentations.

I got on the net, looked for ‘points to avoid’ and to my luck I found ‘25 points’ curated by Tyler Durden (Owen Cook). I selected those which would serve the purpose for this post.

The text in ITALICS is quoted.

You do not have to agree with all the points, I agree with most of them, some in certain cases. See this as information brought up for your selective benefit and choose what you think can improve you.

(1).          Fidgety movements and tight shoulders

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How to Win People Over in Business through Pickup Artist Patterns

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Quick one: Who here was ashamed of any of their body features back in primary or high school, and what was it?

I was chubby and had an ass at the start of my high school. I remember I would tuck-in loose so as to conceal it. Tucking in was strictly enforced at Bopedi Bapedi. I later realised newbies listen to everything they are told. Of course you should adhere to all codes at school.

As high school progressed, the chubbiness was fading off

7 Ridiculous Things I’ve Noticed about the Gautrain

 

Gautrain

This is just observational satire. It isn’t a piece about some measured criticism a transport export would give.

Gautrain is a top of the line transporter in Mzansi (South Africa), after planes. I am being patriotic here; hence I am not affording credit to Uber.