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Empathy - Embracing and Modeling It
Roots of Empathy is a new concept we are finding in the classrooms. We need it everywhere though, don't we?
The Mighty Queens of Freeville by Amy Dickenson
Syndicated advice columnist and NPR contributor, Amy Dickenson, gives the world a reason to celebrate a life that's not particularly extraordinary, but definately not ordinary
Recognizing and Acknowledging Others
It doesn't take long to thank someone for their efforts. So why don't we do it more often?
Your Tank Top in Church is a Poor Choice
There are clothes that fit. There are clothes that flatter. And there are clothes that you shouldn't bother with.
Remembering Mom on Mother's Day
Remember that your mom/wife does a lot for you every day. This is one day where you can recognize this by taking care of her.
Kate Spade's Book Manners
Kate Spade offers a book titled "Manners"
When sharing an elevator, one discovers that confined spaces shared with others can be, well, cramped. Consideration for those around you can make sharing space easier.
Integrity A Lost Art?
Integrity - the ability to follow through on what you say - is not necessarily a desired trait these days. Much like etiquette, however, the grace and class required to be a person of integrity never goes out of style.
Feed Your Employees
Pushing a team to their limit – has its limits. Much like teens, though, food is a HUGE motivator.
Whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, the business meal is a time when manners matter, consideration of those around you will make a huge impression and being able to talk without your mouth full of food will determine the type of impression you (and essentially the company you represent) will make.
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