Your know a child who is graduating from high school or college and you have been invited
Frankly, buying a copy for everyone on your team might be the cheapest and most painless way for you to make sure you never have to find yourself in a situation saying, “That’s So Annoying!!”
Everyone should be armed with this book from political leaders, executives, medical professionals, entrepreneurs, moms and dads and teenagers. Each of us does something annoying at one time or another. Why not identify it and fix it before somebody has to tell you.
You have the power to pick up the phone and call the person and have a conversation that doesn’t include a keyboard. If you accept electronic communication as the main means for interaction then you can have no complaint when you are told by Tweet that the relationship is over.
I found this article by Deborah Walker, CCMC which is a wonderful outline in very simple terms about how to ace your next job interview and get the job for which you are applying. Win Your Next Job With Three Essential Interview Skills – Hcareers.
I have heard many pundits talk about the bow that President Obama made when he met Emperor Akihito and that it was too low and not reciprocated by the Emperor. I have seen the photo of the greeting and it seems that President Obama was taught a general truth about greeting the Japanese but didn’t […]
NEVER lose another deal – blow another job interview – or miss out on another high-level opportunity – because of a totally preventable dining etiquette disaster!
BWSmallBiz — Etiquette October 9, 2009, 5:00PM EST text size: TT How to Work a Room with Ease Tips for networking among strangers Jan Feindt By Louise Lee Small Biz HUNGRY? If you arrive hungry or thirsty, hit the buffet first. Eat quickly, finish, and only then start working the room. Don’t try to juggle […]
Thank you to Open Loops Blog for this interesting post. I believe that anytime you can say Thank You to someone – for whatever they may have done, it will be positive for both parties. Town Experiments With Thank You Notes News & Observer | A ‘Thank You’ Instead of a Parking Fine: Chapel Hill […]
…according to a new survey, a startling proportion of young people are confounding Churchill’s wisdom and wholeheartedly celebrating traditional conservative values. They believe in the importance of manners, espouse the joys of the family unit, and, most surprising of all, more than three quarters believe that the country has changed for the worse.