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Founder Interviewed by Johnstown’s Tribune-Democrat

Founder of The Etiquette Network, Jacquelyn Flesner, was recently interviewed by Regina Abel, Lead Ecomonic Development Specialist for the US Small Business Administration in Western Pennsylvania for an article featured in the Johnstown Tribune-Democrat. We hope you’ll take a moment to read the article below and possibly glean a helpful tip or two! >Growing up, I’ve always been told “you never get a second chance to make a first impression.” That adage holds true for everyone –... Read more

Author: Jacquelyn Flesner

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The Etiquette Network featured on KDKA Radio

Jacquelyn Flesner, Certified Etiquette Trainer and Founder of The Etiquette Network, was interviewed on KDKA Radio with host Larry Richert.  Below is a link to the broadcast and coordinating... Read more

Author: Jacquelyn Flesner

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Miss Priss Dishes STORMS

Miss Priss Dishes STORMS    It all begins with a Groupon…… If you’re anything like me, you purchase these deals on a whim when they pop into your email box as if you have unlimited free evenings between now and the expiration date to drive 30 minutes away from your hood to take advantage of a discounted meal. Days and weeks and sick kids and carpool duties pass by before you realize that your Groupon expires tomorrow!  Another “great deal” has come and gone, but at... Read more

Author: Jacquelyn Flesner

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Quick Tip on Kindness…..

If each one, through simple gesture, would take a step toward being kind to another, the tiny individual movements would soon collide to create massive... Read more

Author: Jacquelyn Flesner

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More Manners #5: Proper Titles of Respect

More Manners #5Uses Proper Titles of Respect Referring to another with the proper title is a social grace that has seemingly fallen through the cracks in most circles in this country. It’s not at all unusal to hear children address adults by their first names or to witness a young adult address his elderly neighbor as “Bill or Fred or Tom.” Yet one who implements proper titles of respect into their conversation truly shines in a world full of dull effort. As a general rule, a... Read more

Author: Jacquelyn Flesner

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More Manners #4: Discretion and Tact

More Manners #4:Uses discretion and tact Discretion: speaking in such a way so as to avoid offending or embarrasing another person; refraining from stating certain thoughts Tact: choosing your words and actions wisely; sensitivity in dealing with others, especially regarding difficult issues. If there were one mannerly category that has become virutally extinct in our society, it would be the practice of using discretion and tact. Each and every day we are bombarded with tirades from... Read more

Author: Jacquelyn Flesner

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