Experience is the best teacher when it comes to deal with people. Common Sense has a learning curve. Yet, how can a person jump above the curve & Get a huge amount of experience in a short time?
Yes, it can be done. By watching scenarios, Different situations, Understanding kinds of interactions.
Here are listed 3 overwhelming resources that has the ability to teach and sum, chapter by chapter, Scene after scene – How people interact and think.
The information in those series includes tons of valuable knowledge. Get, watch in order learn and repeat once a while.
On November 6, 2007, Seinfeld: The Complete Series was released on DVD. The complete series set box set includes a 2007 “round-table” reunion of the four main cast members and Larry David; only highlights of this were also included in the Season 9 set.
One of the most popular TV comedy series of all time, Friends is the story of six 20-something buddies who are struggling to find their way through life in the city of New York. From fights and family troubles to romance, breakups, tears and surprises, this lovable group discovers what it truly means to be friends.
- Over 80 hours of laughs on 40 DVDs.
- 19 hours of extras, including behind-the-scenes clips, character profiles, gag reels and more.
The Office is a hilarious documentary-style look at the humorous and sometimes poignant foolishness that plagues the 9-to-5 world. For the first time, all nine seasons are together in one complete set – so you can relive every one of your favorite moments, including Michael’s (Steve Carell) infamous encounter with a breakfast grill, Dwight’s (Rainn Wilson) power plays, Jim’s (John Krasinksi) pranks, Andy’s (Ed Helms) struggles with anger management, and of course, Pam (Jenna Fischer) and Jim’s evolving romance. Also includes special appearances by Amy Adams, Kathy Bates, Rashida Jones, Amy Ryan, James Spader and more. Developed for American television by Primetime Emmy-award winner Greg Daniels, The Office: The Complete Series includes all 201 episodes on 33 discs that you can watch back-to-back and uninterrupted – plus bonus commentaries, webisodes, blooper reels and over 15 hours of deleted scenes that are guaranteed to leave you satisfied and smiling. That’s what she said!
- Deleted Scenes
- The Office: A Look Back
- Super Bowl Promos
- Blooper Reels
- Finale Table Read