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Items filtered by date: October 2014

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On a recent Saturday morning in New York, a group of students practiced making eye contact and smiling when they introduced themselves, learned how to make a phone call and worked on shaking hands properly with the help of Velcro gloves.

After, they sat down to a formal meal replete with china and crystal tableware, at which they were taught how to make a toast.

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Back in 1967 the rules for dating were fairly clear-cut whether you agreed with them or not. Check out this U.S. Navy instructional video, How to Succeed with Brunettes. (What is UP with that title, anyway?)

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When children are little, those spaghetti-stained faces, greedy grabs for the crackers, and startling mid-meal burps are adorable. By age 5, not so much. At 15? It’s sloppy behavior to be banned — stat! Enter educational and etiquette consultant Rachel Isgar.

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The Power Lunch

Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Making A Great First Impression

There is an old adage that you cannot take back your first impression. Fair or not, this is true. So make it a great impression. When meeting someone new for the first time, whether it may be a friend, colleague, etc., keep this in mind. A smile always goes a long way.

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Students can learn to improve their social IQs in classes on dining, dressing and other etiquette. Tying a bow tie? Think about it in mathematical terms.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The MIT students were stumped, or as stumped as a group of young adults with SAT scores dwarfing the average mortgage payment could be when faced with the question: Is it ever acceptable to dunk?

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Super-Easy

When children are little, those spaghetti-stained faces, greedy grabs for the crackers, and startling mid-meal burps are adorable. By age 5, not so much. At 15? It’s sloppy behavior to be banned — stat! Enter educational and etiquette consultant Rachel Isgar.

Isgar’s El Segundo, California-based company, Please Pass the Manners, teaches children ages 5 to 18, as well as adults, how to be respectful and handle themselves in any social situation. But the grace guru tells Yahoo Parenting that moms and dads can create polite little people at home just as well with one simple trick: relentless reminders.

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