Top Five Table Manners for Kids

Top Five Table Manners for Kids

Teaching children proper etiquette and social skills early in life help set the table for success now and in their future. Children with manners have a powerful advantage over those who do not. They make friends easier, get along better with their teachers and when the time

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Flag Etiquette for Your Fourth of July Celebration

Flag Etiquette for Your Fourth of July Celebration

It’s nearly the Fourth of July, and what better way to celebrate America’s independence than by displaying the stars and stripes in front of your home. But there are rules to follow. To make sure you do things right, here’s a quick refresher by etiquette expert Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs Polished.

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Bridesmaid Etiquette

Bridesmaid Etiquette

Tis the “I Do” season! If you’re a bridesmaid in an upcoming wedding, follow these best practices to ensure you understand your role and duties for the bride’s big day. WATCH VIDEO      

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Managing Difficult Conversations

Managing Difficult Conversations

published on ASAP Let’s face it, most of us dread having that difficult conversation. Whether it be delivering bad news to a co-worker, discussing a delicate topic with a friend, talking to your boss about a work issue that needs to change or other challenging topics, these

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Graduation Etiquette

Graduation Etiquette

Not sure if you should attend the ceremony, purchase a gift or give cash? This Great Day St. Louis segment offers graduation etiquette tips for you and the graduate. WATCH VIDEO

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Your Role in Creating a Happy Workplace

Your Role in Creating a Happy Workplace

published in ASAP It’s incredible to think we spend more time at work with our co-workers each day than we do with our family members. A happy work environment is critical for our emotional and physical well-being just as it is for the productivity for any business.

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Polite Ways To Say No

Polite Ways To Say No

Saying no is difficult, especially when asked to do something by a friend, co-worker or family member. We find ourselves saying yes because we don’t to disappoint them and sometimes because we feel trapped. We feel bad when others are pitching in their time, money or talents

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