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August 19, 2014
Narrow Your Target Market or Go Broke

My customers are unrivaled! Passionate about making the world a kinder, more polite and warmer place, they love etiquette training, are ambitious, hardworking, concerned, and ultimately become super successful. What more could I ask for? I spend my days interacting with, coaching, and supporting the most incredible target market on the planet!   How about […]


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August 18, 2014
8 Tips to Help Kids Make a Great First Impression on the Teacher

A week before school started, Danielle stood helplessly in the back of the fifth grade classroom on “Meet the Teacher Day” and watched her ten year old daughter raise her hand for the umpteenth time to ask another irrelevant question. “Oh my gosh! What is she doing?” Danielle thought to herself. “She is making a […]


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August 12, 2014
Build a Thriving Company for the Cost of a Couple Cups of Coffee

Sloan begrudgingly dropped into her desk chair and hit the start button on her computer. “What is the problem with my etiquette training business? Why can’t I get it off of the ground?” she bemoaned, dropping her head onto her desk.   Poor Sloan is understandably frustrated and depressed about the state of her business. […]


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August 10, 2014
Five Communication Rules Lady Gaga Might Want to Consider

Adorned in false eyelashes and upside down oxygen mask, Lady Gaga posted a “selfie” online with the comment: ‘Altitude Sickness is no Joke!…’   Perhaps an emergency room visit is an opportune public relations moment for Lady Gaga, but what about for the rest of us? Is it appropriate to share every detail of one’s […]


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July 7, 2014
Spend Time with Your Kids and Win!

If you have completed an Etiquette Moms Etiquette Trainer Certification Program, you know how much we love and value interactive games and activities. We intersperse our programs with loads of games, activities, role playing opportunities and exercises to reinforce topics, break the ice, bond with one another, blow off steam and have a good laugh. […]


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July 2, 2014
Don’t End Up on the American Flag Wall of Shame

  In an attempt to attract business, a local real estate agent jammed mini American flags into homeowner’s lawns, her business card prominently attached to the stick below Old Glory. What do you think? Is the realtor a clever guerilla marketer or did she make a flag code violation worthy of the American Flag Wall […]


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June 22, 2014
Lack of Integrity Okay with Students

An entire class of high school juniors scored 100% on a final exam! Hurray!   Wait, don’t cheer just yet. This news is not cause for celebration.     It Appears That Some Students Think That Honesty Is Not The Best Policy! Doesn’t Integrity And Honesty Mean Anything These Days? Lack Of Integrity Is Not Okay. […]


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June 16, 2014
Oh, my…that smell is coming from me! Laundry Tips for the Well-Mannered

  Excellent grooming is part and parcel of good etiquette. But even the most conscientious and hygienic person can unhappily discover that his or her shoes and clothing reek. “I couldn’t believe it, my shoes smelled so terrible I had to throw them in the dumpster.” A mixture of sweat, heat, time and bacteria is […]


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June 6, 2014
Some Blame the Internet for Creating Murderous 12-year-olds

Slender Man Stabbing, Did 12 Year Old Girls In Wisconsin Believe Slender Man Myth? How Do We  Protect Our Children From Internet Madness? Two 12-year-old girls lured a friend into the woods, stabbed her nineteen times and left the 12-year-old little girl for dead. Their “goal”, supposedly, was to fulfill the wishes of the child-stealing […]


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June 3, 2014
Four Skills YOU Can Use to Help Children Make Friends

 “Mom, I have nothing to do. I’m so bored!”   “Call someone to play with.”   “I don’t have any friends. Nobody likes me.”   “I don’t have any friends,” are five of the most gut wrenching words a parent can hear. How is it possible that your friendly, funny, bright child is unable to […]


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