We only get about seven seconds to make a good impression, something that the younger generation has to understand. They may not think it is fair to be judged by how they act and their mannerisms, but this can have a huge impact, good or bad, on their lives. Everyone wants to feel confident in social situations. Knowing what to do and how to do it is critical.
Social skills including table manners, telephone etiquette, Facebook and other social media websites, proper dress and communication skills are still very important to decision makers.
Pastor Paul Buford. “May the Lord bless your endeavor!” We need this for our young people (and some older ones) too. Kids today are severely lacking in social skills and common sense, practical life lessons. We should offer this at our church for this community”.
This is not about bad parenting. Parents and care-givers are frantic to help their children learn how to handle themselves outside the realm of the cell phone and social media sites. They want their children to be prepared for life.
We help our students gain confidence and work to prepare them to face the future with a positive and success oriented attitude.
Chase Walker, Clyde, NC. Can’t wait to put my kids through this life changing experience! What a great way to teach our children the best way to get ahead in today’s world.
Marcy Breault, President and Founder of the Protocol and Etiquette School was trained and certified by the prestigious American School of Protocol in Atlanta, GA. Her expertise in protocol and etiquette is enhanced by her career as a marketing professional, business manager, and international traveler, working in foreign embassies, mother, grandmother and wife.
Marcy Breault, President and Founder
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