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TLOG Podcast Episode 18: Proper Sporting Event Etiquette and Modern Manners, Plus Hair Care for Men

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This episode of "The Life of a Gentleman" gets all of our listeners prepared for the hectic sports season that is already underway. Our hosts Richard and Charles discuss proper etiquette when out at your favorite sporting event. While cheering for your team is fine, being rude to other attendees and getting kicked out is not living by the Gentleman's Code. To further instill this idea, our special guest Sharon Schweitzer givers her insight on etiquette, how to gradually practice better manners, and her business practices. Lastly, we bring back Steven Nunez of The Social Cut to give tips during 'The Gentleman's Look' which is all about having the right hair products. Stay tuned for more episodes on fashion, etiquette, and lifestyle. Subscribe to "The Life of a Gentleman" to stay up to date with new episodes. Rate and Review "The Life of a Gentleman" so we can make our episodes better! Follow us on Instagram @tlogpodcast Contact Sharon Schweitzer on

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Guest Bio: Sharon Schweitzer

A cross-cultural consultant, business etiquette expert and best-selling and international award-winning author, Sharon Schweitzer has built a career around understanding cultural differences and the tremendous role they play in building strong and successful international business relationships.

With more than 20 years of practical business and legal experience, Sharon provides a depth of international business consulting and training services to highly-motivated individuals , attorneys and corporate executives in global corporations and law firms. Her work and travels have taken her to more than 60 countries on seven continents. She speaks French and some Czech. Sharon is certified to administer the GCI (Global Competencies Inventory) and the IES (Intercultural Effectiveness Scale) intercultural assessments.

Sharon’s consulting and training expertise includes:

  • Cross-Cultural Training & Consulting
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Relocation & Destination Services
  • Business Etiquette Workshops and Break-Out Groups
  • Speaking Engagements & Panel Moderation
  • Keynote Presentations
  • University Sessions

Her drive to share comprehensive, cross-cultural knowledge stems from her life as a Third Culture Kid, her travels, and her earlier practice as an employment attorney, which involved resolving cultural conflict between employees and management.

Sharon is accredited in Intercultural Management from the Hofstede Centre in Finland and attended the Protocol School of Washington. She was a finalist in the 2015 Austin Chamber International Business Awards and an honoree in the City of Austin program “Celebrating the Entrepreneurial Spirit of Austin Women” in 2009.

Sharon lives in Austin with her husband John, and their golden retriever, Charm.