Monthly Archives: September 2012

Eight Life Lessons from a Canadian Icon

This blog starts with a confession: I the The Snowbirds are a team of Canadian Forces members who leave us gasping and in awe with their precision, aerial demonstrations. Thirty-eight years of service. Thirty-eight years of inspiring. A few weeks … Continue reading

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Five Never Ever Do These At the Dining Table

Many times I’ve written that etiquette isn’t about the knife and fork. It’s about the way we treat and interact with others. Although, when I tell people what I do, what I teach, they usually have a question about the … Continue reading

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Finding the Fun

When employees hear that the etiquette lady is coming to talk to their department I know what they’re thinking. It’s all about forks and pinkies. It’s going to be deadly boring and stuffy. Wrong! I strongly believe in finding the … Continue reading

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Labour Day Reflections

Yesterday was Labour Day. For most of us it was a day of rest and fun, maybe spent with friends and family. Growing up, a lot of my family dinner conversation was history based. It was at the table that … Continue reading

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