Proper Dining Manners Tidbit - Part 3 🍴🍻🍲⁣

Do you want to eat in a formal or even informal setting without bringing shame to yourself? Of course, we all do!

That's why I'm excited to share one of my top dining manners with you in order to improve how you conduct yourself at meals, whether they be formal or informal or even just casual snacking on a bus as we do in Lagos. 🍽

Why would you eat like a SLOB when you can eat like a well-bred and refined person? If you keep in mind this straightforward advice, you can begin eating with proper table manners today.

Read below and learn how to eat quietly and without upsetting those around you.

And if you're interested in finding out more about how to apply good dining manners to both your professional and personal lives, sign up for our Excellent Dining Etiquette course. This 5-day course will teach you how to improve your chances of getting leads, making a great first impression, developing a strong personal connection, and persuading clients or hosts to pay closer attention to you during business meals.

Don't pass up the opportunity to improve your dining manners for professional success.

Act now and email or WhatsApp 08170768650 with any questions you have about this course. Read the tip below and start eating with good eating manners!

While eating, try to keep as quiet as you can. Any extra noise you make, such as slurping or making disgusting mouth noises while eating or belching or banging your cutlery against the plate as if you are at war with it, is improper behaviour, reflects poorly on you, and is a sign of disrespect for other people. Although you may feel at ease with this level of noise, believe it to be your life or business, or believe that it is acceptable in your culture, it is generally bad manners and reflects poorly on you.

If your mouth makes noise while eating and you don't know how to stop this bad eating habit, it's simple! Once you have food in your mouth, all you need to do is close it and chew to stop the noise. Basically, don't leave your lips hanging while eating. Additionally, take small bites so it will be easier to close your mouth while eating.

Develop the discipline in yourself to eat properly during mealtimes.

To your success!

Your friend and Coach,
Damilola Ogunremi

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