You can argue your points home until you’re blue in the face, but there are just some things coffee drinkers do better than everyone else roaming the face of the planet.
Coffee drinkers aren’t the shy type; they’re not the type to back down from a fight. Coffee drinkers are the intellectuals, the thinkers and the dreamers. Coffee drinkers are the doers, the movers, the makers and the shakers.
Coffee drinkers put their noses to the ground and work relentlessly. They don’t quit at halftime, they don’t ask for a water break. Coffee drinkers don’t make excuses. They do work – and they do it well, both inside and out of the office.
Let’s face it, shall we? Coffee drinkers do it bigger and better than any — and everyone else.
Want to intimidate the crap out of someone? Just show up with a coffee in hand. Coffee makes you look serious, makes you look – and taste – rich. People don’t know who you are, but they know that you’re someone who knows where they’re going. You have a plan. You have a goal. Matter of fact, you probably have lots of goals and you’re ticking them off one by one.
Coffee drinkers aren’t just thirsty for a freshly-poured brew. They’re hungry for power. And they’re going straight toward that glass ceiling.
There’s something about the refreshing, rejuvenating taste of coffee that settles your nerves like none other before a big interview. Whether it’s the job of your dreams, the job to pay your bills or the third freelance job you’re hoping to get in order to make ends meet, there’s no one who gives you a better boost – or settles your nerves – before a big interview than a cup of joe.
Have you ever met a coffee drinker who didn’t absolutely kill it in the morning? Didn’t think so. Coffee drinkers may not love mornings, but they know how to attack that rush of morning energy – and milk it for all it’s worth (pun intended).
Coffee drinkers get up and once the first drip of premium dark roast hits their lips, they get things done. Whether it’s a one-on-one meeting, a business development conference or a status update with the boss, coffee drinkers come in ready and raring to go.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past 21 years of your life, let me clear something up for you: Coffee is good for your health. And science agrees.
Coffee lovers are more likely to live longer, to be better athletes (both on the field and in the gym). They’re more likely to have an easier time losing weight and they’re more likely to keep their memories in check (coffee wards off type-2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease).
Best of all? Coffee pretty much makes you the go-to smarty pants in the room.
Coffee drinkers know how to get the most out of any situation – and they’re never the type to turn down an opportunity. Coffee drinkers are experimental and adventurous. We’re versatile and not afraid to get funky.
Sometimes we pour our espresso over ice cream for a refreshing affogato; sometimes we double it up with a doppio. Some days we beg for a Green Eye, while on other days a Red Eye does the trick just fine. Another thing coffee drinkers aren’t afraid to try? Vita Coco’s decadent Vita Coco Café, made with coconut water and espresso for a fully-packed punch.
Coffee drinkers aren’t afraid to step outside the box for a little pick-me-up.
6. Office small talk
No offense to tea drinkers, but how often do you wax poetic when you’re waiting for your chamomile to boil? We’ll answer that for you: not often.
There’s something that goes down every time you and colleague go reaching for another cup: a shared interest in coffee is an instant bond. It’s sacred. It’s special.
Try as hard and as often as you want, but no amount of green tea will ever give you that.
7. First dates
Taking someone you’re interested to dinner for the first time is scary as all hell. You’re nervous, unsure of yourself, unsure of what to say, what to wear, what to order. You’re unsure of everything. Not coffee drinkers.
They’re sure of themselves, ready for whatever’s thrown their way. Coffee drinkers are naturally smart. They roll with the punches. They’re quick on their feet and always ready to spice things up.
And if you’re not down for dinner, then there’s always meeting up at local coffee shop instead.
Written by: Kylie McConville Source: www.elitedaily.com/life/things-coffee-drinkers-do-better/750800
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