Join Cynthia Lett for the next episode of Modern Civility on BlogTalkRadio, featuring guest Amy Riolo. “Cultural Etiquette Keys to Success in the Arab World” will air live on Wednesday, October 2, at 12 pm EDT. Visit http://tobtr.com/s/5493083 to tune in live, or visit us for the recorded show on demand. This episode is a […]
Last Saturday, June 22, The Amazing Grace Culinary and Etiquette Program held its final banquet luncheon to show off what the children in the program had learned. A delicious four-course lunch was served which was prepped by the students and their professional Chef teachers. Each student hosted their own table with family and friends in […]
I came across this article on Elle Decor called, “How to Set a Table With Nate Berkus” and I would like to share it with you. HOW TO SET A TABLE WITH NATE BERKUS Nate Berkus shares his simple, chic steps to setting a party-ready table BY AMY PREISER “I’ve never been the cook in […]
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Recently I was asked by Steve the following question: My parents and I have been invited to have Easter dinner with an elderly lady and her divorced son!I have a major problem with this because the son is a highly negative, opinionated, and angry individual who dominates the conversation on mostly negative topics of the […]
The Lett Group with Susan M. Abrams, CCC-SLP is offering a new course. First Impressions Count! Social Etiquette Training for 11-15 year-olds with Asperger’s & High Functioning Autism Cynthia Lett, Certified Etiquette Professional & Susan Abrams, M.A.,CCC-SLP are now offering a new program to focus on social skills for children ages 11-15 with Asperger’s & […]
I know that when I see an establishment advertise “High Tea” that they mean “Afternoon Tea” or “Proper English Tea” but it bothers me because they are teaching those who read the advertisement the wrong name for the event. “High Tea” is not high-class.
The New York Post By AMBER SUTHERLAND and CLAYTON JONES Last Updated: 1:23 PM, October 6, 2010 It’s enough to give you indigestion. In an era when compulsive technology freaks find silence deafening, diners texting, tweeting, e-mailing or gabbing on cellphones in restaurants are ruining New Yorkers’ appetites. A new Zagat survey of 40,000 New […]
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.