An elegance coach has revealed the seven stylish habits she says will change your life for the better — including never paying the bill on a date and buying fresh flowers regularly.
Anna Bey, who lives in Geneva, has more than 976,000 subscribers to YouTube, where she shares self-help videos for infiltrating high society, living a “feminine lifestyle,” and having good etiquette in chic environments.
After marrying her wealthy husband during lockdown, the School of Welffluence founder decided to share a video showcasing the elegant habits that could improve a woman’s life.
In her recent YouTube clip, she suggested embracing Botox and exercising weekly leads to a better lifestyle.
Anna Bey, who lives in Geneva, has revealed the seven stylish habits she says will change your life for the better — including never paying the bill on a date and buying fresh flowers regularly.
Think before you speak
Anna said, ‘I’m really saying this from my own experience, because before I never thought before I spoke, I was so everywhere, vulgar, rude, saying inappropriate things, hurting people sometimes.
“Just think quickly what you’re going to say, all you need is about two or three seconds at most, to just gather your thoughts, gather yourself.
‘Think briefly, ‘is it appropriate if I say this, what consequences it will have if I say this, is it really necessary?’ Usually people who take that short break of two or three seconds actually sound more intelligent.’
Buy fresh flowers regularly
After marrying her wealthy husband during lockdown, the founder of the School of Prosperity decided to share a video showing the elegant habits that could improve a woman’s life, including buying flowers regularly (pictured)
The elegance coach explained, “You may be thinking, “Listen, Anna, how are fresh flowers going to pay my bills, how are fresh flowers going to solve my problems, how are fresh flowers going to get me a man?”
“Well, all I’m talking about is that some little elegant habits can go a long way sometimes. And why is that? Well, flowers are such a great example of that, because fresh flowers are actually an energy.
“We get energy from nature, from animals, from plants… so when we put this kind of energy in our house, it fills us with all kinds of emotions, feelings and energy.
“Fresh flowers, for example, can seem like elegance and luxury to some ladies, so every time you have fresh flowers in your house, you’ll have that energy, you’ll feel like it’s a little bit of luxury to have flowers, or you feel more elegant when you see those flowers.
“Other people may find flowers incredibly calming and soothing, which means you get a different kind of energy, so if you place these energies in your home regularly, you’ll absorb that and be filled with that kind of energy.” .
In her recent YouTube clip, she suggested embracing Botox and exercising weekly leads to a better lifestyle (stock image)
“Elegant ladies run, and when I say run, I don’t mean just running per se, but any kind of high-energy-intensity cardio that gives you this energy like you’re shooting for the stars.
“Ladies, seriously, I don’t know many elegant ladies who don’t exercise. I think this is one of the fundamentals in life, every person out there should do some form of exercise.
“I have found from my own experience that if you do something that makes your heart beat faster, it makes you feel much happier, much more balanced and mentally better, it reduces anxiety enormously and it really helps you overcome any problems or problems. . all the lemons life could offer you.
“So for this reason, I think it’s incredibly important to have this as part of your routine. It could be daily, it could be weekly, but as long as you try to do it a few times a week, that should be enough.
“Ladies, I’m telling you it’s going to change your life. You’ll feel so much more contracted mentally than if you didn’t have this as part of your routine.”
Take the highway
“Stay out of the drama,” Anna warned. “Choose your battle and really think about what kinds of arguments are really worth it.
“We all have X amount of energy and time in a day and in our emotional depot and you have to be really, really careful about how you spend the time and energy, so you really have to think about that little drama or that stupid argument really the worth my time.
‘Do I really need to validate myself, validate my ego? Elegant ladies stay out of the drama as much as possible. Once a woman is constantly looking for drama, she is no longer elegant.
“Obviously she has problems with herself, problems that haven’t been solved. People who have worked on themselves, people who are confident, people who are a little bit intelligent, they know it’s just not worth it.
“Sure, ladies, sometimes life brings us a lot more lemons than we expect, and sometimes drama comes from all sorts of parts in our lives, but you know what I mean when I say try to stay away.”
“Try to take the high road because you’re going to elevate yourself this way, you’re going to come across as more sophisticated, more intelligent, more professional compared to those who are so mean-spirited and bring out the popcorn as soon as possible.” ‘
Don’t be so available
“When I say that, I mean for men, for friends, for work,” Anna said. ‘Ladies, do you know that in physiology all people work in such a way that when there is scarcity, we want it even more.
“This is why your time, your presence, your energy, should have some form of scarcity around it, it won’t be available to everyone all the time, because what happens if it does? Well, people start to value you less and take advantage more.
“People are starting to think she’s not that valuable after all, she’s desperate, and this is the thing, your personal brand can never be desperate, it can never be a doormat, your personal brand must be exclusive, high value, difficult to get.
And when I say hard to get, I’m not saying you have to be that hard to get with absolutely everyone. Just add a little bit of it. Even if you are free, if you have all the time in the world, it is not healthy to show that continuously.’
Never pay for thate invoice on a date
She suggested that women who ‘want to attract a manly man’ should never pay the bill on a date
“If you’re someone who wants to go 50/50, don’t listen to this. I’m talking specifically about my ladies who want to attract a manly man, a breadwinner, a generous man,” said the elegance coach.
“If that’s the type of guy you want, there’s no way you should show signs that you’re willing to pay.
‘Because what does that behavior tell him? Well, it sets him up to think that’s normal, that’s appropriate, that you’re a 50/50 girl, and that yes, it’s okay, it’s okay that she pays.
“Even if you don’t want to pay, and you’re just… [pulling your wallet out] as a gesture, not because you really mean it, it’s just as bad. I don’t want you to do it, seriously, stop from today.
“You just have to stand firm and accept that okay, he might think about you, he might think you’re a gold digger, he might think you’re an opportunist, who knows what kind of labels he’d can decide he wants to stick to us.
“But honestly, if he thinks that, then he’s not the man for you. Men of high caliber, wealthy, men who are generous, masculine, breadwinners, they will not think that way, because for them it is normal that a woman never pays on a date.’
Anna suggested that Botox ‘wasn’t for everyone’, but that it had worked ‘personally for herself’ (pictured)
“Botox isn’t something that works for everyone, so I don’t believe everyone should get Botox,” Anna insisted. ‘Besides, it has nothing to do with elegance or prosperity.
“This is just something that has worked for me personally, which is why I’m sharing this tip with you today. Always consult professionals before performing any kind of procedures.
“Any lady who’s gone from anti-botox to actually trying botox, you know what they’re doing? “Hallelujah, it worked and I actually looked 10 to 15 to 20 years younger. Why didn’t I do this before?”
“As you ladies know, I think it’s important to look as natural as possible. But taking each other’s appearance into account when forming an opinion about someone, we have always done that and we always will.’