Getting invited to a party for a cause somehow ends up as a drinking binge to be honest, while others are there for the real cause most of the other half are not. Is there any professional way to tell these people who are a bunch of prominent one so to speak that really take part in advocacy in the first hand to properly observe the obvious reasons why the activity is being held?
Certain things do happen unexpectedly in all occasions, people in attendance especially guest or the host tend to lose control of themselves once under the influence of alcohol. Keeping it on check is very simple, if you are the host never consider putting or consolidating drinks with high alcohol content to ensure rough attitude is neutralize. While it is indeed unavoidable to some , still it can be controlled or kept on check by setting up a corner table at the opposite end of the stage or center of occasion. And if you are an attendee and keeping yourself sober all throughout the program, the best thing that you can do is to wait for the program to end then invite your close allies outside of the place and merrily drink your heart out till the next morning. Case solved. Agree? Your thoughts are very important please let me hear it straight from you by responding through commentary box.
A program for a cause is not a cause to be ruined with by your unsolicited gesture.-Paquito