Sunday, October 7, 2018

Dining is a Dance There Must be a Hall for Practice Business Dining Etiquette

Get Etiquette Outclass the Competition
Harold Almon Etiquette Coach
Be at Ease School of Etiquette Austin
One dining facility is to have real plates, knives, forks, spoons, glasses, coffee cups, saucers, and napkins. Students need the practice establishing and maintaining a cover: (A Place Setting for One.)
If students are to overcome informal United States of America Café ways they must have exposure to better-equipped cafeterias and formal dining rooms.
Students need the practice establishing a cover; a place setting for one. And hosting dining parties as if they could become one.
“My degree for a cup.” Once I graduate, someone will want to take me to lunch. There the person will see I have little practice using one.
How are you going to attract a date if all you make are garbage plates. When finished napkin on the side. 
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.
If you do not teach class with class what you get is a clod with a degree. Change that. Polish gently.
If the place you drink coffee is the only cafe where you can not get "A cup for here, you have been in the fast food lane too long.
A tray made for someone else requires a place mat. That's why that paper at Micky Ds and no mats at a cafeteria or buffet. E(tiqutte) is everywhere.

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