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Our Back-to-School Etiquette series continues
Do you know whose responsible for the condition of the building and the bathrooms at your children's school or community center? Due to an overwhelming response to our Back to School Etiquette Show about school bathrooms with Dr. Tom Keating, Project CLEAN, he is joining us again for part three and introducing Rod Roberts, Plant Engineer with the DeKalb County School System.
If you missed part one and two you may go back and listen to the archives:
Part One link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/etiquette-lady/2015/08/09/what-is-etiquette-anyway#.VcaTBmmvLmR.gmail
Part Two link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/etiquette-lady/2015/08/23/what-is-etiquette-anyway#.VdpC4xmQWVI.gmail
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Back To School Etiquette part two. We will continue our conversation with Dr. Tom Keating, Project CLEAN a 45 year educator who cares about the condition of our school bathrooms. Dr. Keating shares with us what parents and students can do to ensure children have safe and hygienic school bathrooms.
In case you missed part one on August 9th you may go back and listen to the archived show:
Today I have the supreme pleasure of speaking with one of my favorite people, Catherine Russo Epstein, a gemologist, expert on stones and crystals, transformational coach, and expert on Conscious Eating. We are going to discuss her work, Divine Dining, what that means and what it could mean for your life. Join us! We have set the table for you, come on in, sit down and 'break bread' with us! :) For more on Catherine simply go to livinglotusgroup.com and be sure to join her list for some great email content and gifts.
The Expedia 2015 Airplane Etiquette Study just released this month (November) found that 59% of Americans believe “Inattentive Parents” – parents who exhibit little or no control over their children – are the 2nd most aggravating co-passengers.
The number 1 most aggravating? “Rear Seat Kickers.” And since kids tend to be the biggest culprits, parents are feeling the pressure here, too, when it comes to travelling.Additionally, social shaming has become a reality, according to the survey. A quick glance at #UnrulyKids and you’ll find many of the social media posts originate from airports and airplanes.But with holiday family vacations creating some of the best memories for children and their parents, what can we do to make the travel experience awesome for all involved?
Live via satellite from Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Travel Expert (and mother of four) Sarah Gavin is available to discuss: How parents can enhance their attentiveness while on the road during the busiest travel season of the year. What her personal survey of children revealed about how parents change on vacation.Additional findings from the 2015 Airplane Etiquette Study
We heard you did a study about the most annoying people on planes. Who came in as most annoying and what to do you do this holiday if you’re stuck next to them? Or if you’re one of them?
That looks like the Disney castle behind you. What’s new at Disney this holiday season? How can families save money this holiday? Do you have any tips and tricks on when to buy, when to travel. Any other news in advance of the holiday travel season?Where can our viewers for go for more information?
Tune in and sound off about all things cigars and the vida loca that comes with it. Reviews of cigars from last weeks Tobaccology show with Pedro from Drew Estate,Politics,cutters, lighters,fine dining,wines, Ladies choice for cigars, Women of the leaf input.
Kara Ronin returns to What's The Word? to chat about international etiquette.
Kara founded Executive Impressions, an international business etiquette training and consultancy in Lyon, France.
They work closely with companies and professionals to refine and polish their executive presence and help them communicate with clarity and precision in their own country and abroad.
Kara was featured in media outlets like Business Insider India and Time
This was one of the more challenging and interesting interviews I've done, mostly because I disagree with much of what she had to say. But my show is all about making you think, and this one certainly did that!
Grace Lee is an etiquette expert. With one foot in Japan and the other in the United States, she founded Grace Lee International to help businesspeople with international etiquette. What do you need to know when you are negotiating a deal with a Japanese firm? And you may be surprised how much dining etiquette varies from one part of the world to another. Some places, it's rude to leave food on your plate, in others it's rude not to.
But it was her views on a woman's job and who should raise the kids that's likely to be different from what you're used to. Check it out.
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