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How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cecil Mar 28. 23 Replies

Hi gents,I would like to know what steps are needed to be taken to go from as the title above suggests, from a funny idiot/class clown type, into a respected, funny and mature adult, who is taken…Continue

Tags: #change, #respect

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I shall keep this short but sweet. This is by far the best and only blog I use on a consistent basis and have struggled to find any other blogs of comparable quality whether it be for music or…Continue

Emotional Intelligence or Intelligence - what is more important to you?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Milo Morris Oct 3, 2012. 16 Replies

Emotional Intelligence - the ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups.Intelligence - much more broad term but based around abstract thought,…Continue

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Best shaver under £50?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graeme Smyth Sep 14, 2012. 4 Replies

I am looking for a sturdy super badger shaving brush for my 21st to start my journey into manhood. If anyone could offer their experience and expertise It would be highly appreciated.As some pointers…Continue

 

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Cecil replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"By becoming a more respected class clown i.e a comedian."
Mar 28
Jack Demo replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"Thanks for this helpful reply. Some useful points you've made. As I stated above I need more focus, energy and purpose in my life so yes, your articles and points are very fitting for my situation. I am looking for more respect as well as my…"
Mar 28
Jack Demo replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"Symptoms Aching lower back/middle/ upper back Shoulders Knees Wrists I'd say in my first 2 years at school, I would defintely consider myself the class clown. It was just my way of showing my personality and showing off. I went from being…"
Mar 28
mocha replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"It's been great reading the advice and insight from other men. Particularly agree with the gentleman who suggested being "useful" and the multiple suggestions of speaking less.  I'll try and add a bit of advice:  You…"
Mar 27
Milo Morris replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"The men here have given some great advice. All I have to add at this point is try to be useful. People respect someone who is willing to help. It can little stuff like giving someone with too many bags a hand through a doorway, or offering a word of…"
Mar 27
Milo Morris replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"That usually helps."
Mar 27
R. Max Blease replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"Well... some people fish... some people fish for fish.... some people play tennis.... others...."
Mar 27
Paul H replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"I hope you don't realise you spelled that wrong. I would hate to think of someone getting laughs by shitting themselves!"
Mar 27
Pale Horse replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"LOL!"
Mar 27
Rick Shelton replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"I agree with this suggestion.  It seems as though the OP is trying to capture the attention of his group rather than enhance the conversation, an action which could be perceived as a lack of maturity on his part.  By talking less, but more…"
Mar 27
Sir replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
""Reel it back?"  Now that is gross,"
Mar 27
Jay D replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"Speaking less might be a golden tip here. Dont try to get attention."
Mar 27
Michael D. Denny replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"There's nothing wrong with being self defecating, provided it's actually funny and you have a good sense of when to reel it back."
Mar 26
Michael D. Denny replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"Have more birthdays."
Mar 26
David F. replied to Jack Demo's discussion How to go from the funny idiot/class clown type into a more respected and serious man?
"How can this be done without changing my true self? You will change, but really it sounds like you are trying to bring out your serious side.What should the step by step process be to make this change? For me I would do a reminder marker.  Some…"
Mar 26

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