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March 30, 2014
Teaching Etiquette Lessons To Children

Importance of Teaching Etiquette Lessons To Children   Is teaching etiquette to children a lost art? The days of Emily Post’s advice column are long gone. In this day and age, we’re left on our own to teach manners and etiquette to our children, but are we giving it the importance that we should?   [...]

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March 29, 2014
Common Etiquette Lessons That Every Child Should Know

Teaching kids manners is more important today than ever before. In our technology-driven society emails and texts are the norm for communication and this is quickly replacing face to face time with others.   This “techie” behavioral norm is also allowing people to get away with such rude behavior as texting at the table or [...]

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March 28, 2014
Etiquette Training Develops Confidence and Higher Self Esteem In Children and Teens

There are many obvious benefits to teaching good manners to children, like the satisfaction of knowing that your children have the necessary tools on how to conduct themselves properly in all types of social situations – perhaps even better than many adults nowadays. Well behaved children seem to be the exception instead of the norm. [...]

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March 27, 2014
Teaching Etiquette To Children Has A Lifetime of Benefits

We live in a very busy world with people rushing about all through their days and evenings sometimes leaving little room for good manners. It seems that rudeness has reached the tipping point and as a society we are realizing that the lost art of etiquette needs to be revived in a substantial way.   [...]

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March 25, 2014
Teach Etiquette Classes As Your Own Business

Have you been thinking about starting your own business, but don’t have any ideas about what the hot markets are? With thousands of searches per month on search engines, teaching etiquette to children and teenagers is becoming a hot niche industry. Become the proud owner of your own etiquette training business and join the thousands [...]

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February 28, 2014
Bereavement Etiquette

Assisting a family who is grieving is not only a kind and loving act, it is an honor. Sadly, we don’t always understand what to do or say to be helpful. One of the most natural and common questions intimate friends and family members ask themselves is, “Am I intruding?” The last thing anyone wants to do is to bother those [...]

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February 12, 2014
Three steps to resolving conflict effectively

EM Conflict Resolution How can kids resolve conflict? This is an important etiquette issue. Please click the link above to download our free report, “Three Steps to Resolving Conflict Effectively.” You will get a great set of tools to help children resolve conflict. At the same time, there is guidance in this report that can [...]

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January 28, 2014
eBook for You to Download and Enjoy: Why the World Needs YOU to Teach Etiquette

Please download and enjoy our latest eBook, “Why the World Need YOU to Teach Etiquette.” Being an Etiquette Trainer is fun. It makes a difference. It is needed. It can earn you a great part-time or full-time income. In short, why not look into getting Certified as an Etiquette Trainer. Enjoy, and please contact me [...]

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January 23, 2014
Courage. The Unsung Hero of Etiquette

Cour•age (noun) 1. The quality of being brave. 2. The ability to face danger, difficulty, uncertainty, or pain without being overcome by fear or being deflected from a chosen course of action. Acts of courage come in many different forms, from the teenager who steps in front of the classroom to give a speech, to [...]

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December 17, 2013
A gift or a slap in the face?

“Don’t get me wrong I am happy I got anything at all but the disappointment I felt when opening up my gift was soul-crushing.”   Google “Bad Gift Ideas” and you will find list after list of items that journalists believe no sane person would like to unwrap. Topping the lists: • Cleaning products • [...]

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