You know it seems the more we talk about it, it only makes it worse to live withoutthese two little words… THANK YOU. From the local baristas to the toll booth attendant to the grocery store clerk, we all need to feel appreciated. All of uslike to have something nice done for us each day. If you see somebody drop something are you the first to help them pick it up? If someone has their hands full are you the first person to open the door for them? Wouldn’t it be nice if we all remembered to say thank you. National Etiquette Week May 14-18, 2012 is the week to focus on remembering to say thank you, being grateful, and showing appreciation.
Wouldn’t It Be Nice…… This is the theme for National Etiquette Week, May 14 – 18 sponsored by Leadership & Etiquette Dynamics and The Etiquette & Leadership Institute. Every day there are reports of citizens taking the route toward incivility; we are confident there are many, many more examples of citizens choosing the civil interaction in their daily lives. We encourage you to tell the stories of people in our community where honor, respect and civility are their character traits. Please share with us your stories about people you have encountered that used good manners in their dealings with others rather than bad ones.