Sunday, October 7, 2018

Job Interview Dining Etiquette Thoughts While You Were Eating Business Dining Etiquette

Get Etiquette Outclass the Competition
Harold Almon Etiquette Coach
Be at Ease School of Etiquette Austin
A tray made for someone else requires a placemat. That’s why that paper at Micky Ds and no mats at a cafeteria or buffet. E (tiquette) is everywhere.
While you were drinking from that opened can, a thought, what a place for a straw, and then from a cup w/o a lid, - a straw? Go figure.
“Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, I’ve seen your table manners. You live in a zoo.” – Joan Rivers during her shift at Denny’s.
The difference between a gourmet and a gourmand: one is two steps above a glutton. The other is two steps above a garbage disposal.
“Eating is not a particularly attractive sight” – with living skills keys, this act can be transformed into a sight that is professional and polished.
Teach him something, how to impress an at an interview, or on a date, look at the person with you, not at the plate. Avoid making your feeding the reason for the meeting. Spend your whole life being book smart, gym fit, and fork literate. You can outclass the competition.

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