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How to Be Someone People Love to Talk To

When do we really learn good conversation skills? Well, we don’t. We’re just kind of expected to pick them up…

And we wonder why people aren’t better communicators. 2,535 more words

Hopemeister reblogged this on Quips from the Hopemeister and commented:

Good breakdown of the art of conversation.

International Business Protocol

By Dawn Bryan, best-selling author of “The Art and Etiquette of Gift Giving” and “Elite Etiquette”, and founder of Qualipedia ™

It is very easy to unwittingly offend your international business prospects. 860 more words

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Called “food of the gods” by the Aztecs, the best quality chocolate is made of the highest quality beans and ingredients, with no fillers, waxes or additives. 442 more words

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Morning Dance Session

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Have’t you ever woken up one day and realized ……… no one actually knows you? I trust I’m not the only one to realize this predicament but man does it suck. 443 more words

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Sitting in Class

Friday, January 23, 2015

As I sit in class I think about what it is that is missing at this moment. There are people around yet why does the space feel utterly empty. 345 more words

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Podcast: Cracking the Code on Elite Etiquette - Jennings Wire

Please enjoy a recent podcast interview with Dawn Bryan and Annie Jennings of Jennings Wire on proper etiquette.

Highlights from the conversation include:

  • How would you define “etiquette” for the 21st Century?
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New Book, Elite Etiquette, Cracks The Culture Codes

Renowned cultural coach Dawn Bryan​ publishes book revealing informative protocols for strengthening business and social relationships

 New York – January, 2015  - Quality expert and best-selling author, Dawn Bryan goes beyond the traditional rules of “etiquette” to explain the often unvoiced, assumed customs and terminologies that are a sign of belonging and a way of expressing respect within a culture.  392 more words

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