Kissing Tips For Men

From the time that a girl is young she’s used to kissing as her only means of showing affection. So from an early age they put a lot of weight into kissing. A lot of men no matter how old or young are ready to just get down to business and do the nasty deed. They don’t understand that some women, if not most women judge men more based on how well of a kisser they are before thinking of what could happen down the line.

It’s not that men don’t like kissing, they’re often just too eager for their own good. And a lot of women are turned off by this, kissing is something that women take very seriously and men need to learn how to appreciate it more, but how do men learn how to appreciate kissing more then the anticipation of sex?

Well first they need to remember what makes kissing so special in the first place. They need to remember how excited they were when they were young at the thought of kissing a girl for the first time. If they can remember this then maybe they can learn how to appreciate it more as adult men. So what can you do to remember the joy of kissing? Here are a few things that you can begin to do today to experience that electricity that went down your spine the first time you would kiss a girl.

Remember the anticipation:

First you need to remember the anticipation that you felt when you were first dating a girl. You weren’t thinking of sex or any kind of sexual contact at that point, you were just thinking about how awkward it would be that first-time kissing her and how much you were going to enjoy it. It was the anticipation that made it exciting, even if it was just a peck on the lips you still felt that jolt shoot down your spine. Close your eyes and try to remember that, it will help you to understand more of where a woman is coming from and why she enjoys kissing so much.

See it as a strong display of affection:

As I mentioned earlier, some women if not a lot of women see kissing as more of a display of affection than sex itself. This is why you need to make sure that you are good at it. Women judge a man based on how well of a kisser he is. They feel that if a man is not a good kisser then you will probably not be too good in bed either. If this is the case then you will not even get to the bed if you can’t master the kissing part first. So make sure, especially when you are kissing a woman for the first time, that you relax and let things flow naturally, just enjoy it and think of nothing else.

See it as a sign of things to come:

You have to learn to see kissing as a sign of things to come. That way you will go the extra mile to make sure that you do it right. You’ll make sure that you don’t rush things and she will see you as a patient guy. She will go to sleep at night filled with anticipation of what it will be like to be with you down the line. The rare exception to the rule is the girl that doesn’t like to kiss, but this extremely rare as most women like to kiss so it is a good idea to learn how to appreciate the art. Remember kissing is a display of affection and the more affectionate you are seen as the more appreciated you’ll be.

Guys can learn to love kissing just like women love kissing. They just have to learn that kissing is not just something that you do before sex. They need to learn how to appreciate it for the loving act that it is. Not to sound corny or anything, but once you learn how to appreciate kissing, believe it or not, women will appreciate you much more. So remember that the next time you decide you don’t want to kiss a woman.

Business Kissing

Have you noticed how suddenly everyone’s kissing. I’m not talking continental kissing, pecking one cheek, and then the other. I mean a bit of a hug then a kiss on the cheek or the side of the face at least. And it’s not just extended family and very close friends here. Though certainly they’re at it too. No, I mean kissing in a business context. Seems to me the rule is, if you have ever met the person before even just once, then you greet them with a kiss. Male-female kiss, yes. Female-male kiss, sure. Female-female absolutely. Male-male, actually I’m not sure. Maybe my readers can enlighten me.

Everyone’s doing it. Bank manager and customer. Boss and employee. Next door neighbours. Client and accountant. Any old colleague. They’re all welcoming each other with a little muffle and a scuffle around the cheek and lip area. Granted, not a full smackaroony, I’m talking fuzzy, huggy, apologetic, crushing of cheeks, lips or anything else around the upper head region.
Where has this come from? It’s stolen upon us insidiously. What was once an occasional phenomenon 18 months ago when I was still with Ernst & Young, is now rife throughout the world, business and otherwise.

What’s your take on this? Mine is a bit of awkwardness. If I don’t do it first then I get treated to muffled hug-like I’ve forgotten. Or when the other party is more inhibited, I find we are looking at each other with inadequately covered discomfort, knowing what we should do but not quite mustering up. And the uneasiness sits with you throughout the meeting, like a thinly veiled sensation of indigestion.

Well, I’m having no more of it. From now on I’m sticking to the rules – as I have perceived them. From this day on, whoever you are, if you know me, expect a kiss. The only exception being those I am meeting for the first time. But that’s your only ever opt out, next time you’ll get one, just like everyone else. Brace yourself.

How to Write a Winning Business Proposal: Work at It to Keep It Simple and Short

Your business proposal has just landed on the client’s desk along with those of your competitors. In a week’s time you’ll find out whether they thought yours was the best. It isn’t an RFP so it doesn’t go through the strict, weighted evaluation such proposals require. However, those who judge it will be equally strict in assessing your qualifications. Adhering to the KISS principle could be a major step in your favor.

I’m reading a book called Riders in the Chariot by Nobel prize-winning author Patrick White. It’s a challenging read, with complex characters and situations. It would never qualify under the KISS principle, being at times convoluted, repetitive and wordy. On the other hand, Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a taut, easier-to-read book one might consider the KISS principle at work.

For those who still may not know, KISS stands for Keep It Simple, Stupid, or perhaps more appropriate for evaluating proposals, Keep It Simple and Short. In my articles I refer often to the importance of the KISS principle. When writing a proposal, I am particularly concerned that it flows seamlessly from start to finish. I’m not after perfection. What I do want is for the reader to follow me at every stage. In other words, there’s a logic that takes them from the introduction to the situation, to the client’s desired result, and how the process unfolds.

I don’t want the reader to have to backtrack. If they do, they’ll lose the thread of what I have to say, meaning I’ve slipped up in my communication. More than likely, I’ve made some assumption that I expect the reader to figure out without my telling them. No reader should have to jump back and forth to decide whether to recommend your proposal. This requires constant vigilance on your part to follow a simple format structure from the start. How do you attain that structure? Use mind mapping and/or brainstorming to determine the component parts, then place those parts in the correct sequence.

It ought to be easy. Sometimes that’s true, more often it’s not. Stieg Larsson makes it look simple, but you can bet he’s done a lot of editing to get there. I’ll go through two or three versions of a proposal before it meets my KISS criteria. You have to edit it down, shape it, and ensure that all the pieces come together. It looks simple, and when it gets into the hands of the reader for evaluation, that’s how it needs to read.

Will your business proposal make it to the top of the pile? If you Keep It Simple and Short, as in the KISS principle, you will improve the odds. But you will have to work at it.