The highly successful book, Manners That Matter Most – the Easy Guide to Etiquette at Home and in the World – published by Hatherleigh Press, researched and written by June Eding, with a special foreword by Norah Lawlor – is now in its third printing and available in paperback for the first time.
Etiquette is one of the most valuable assets a person can Possess: knowing how best to present yourself, and how to deal with others in a direct, effective manner, is paramount in all personal, professional, and social relationships. Featured in The New York Times, Manners That Matter Most is a part of the “Little book, Big Ideas” series, which was created to provide everyday people with useful wisdom to improve their lives, seeking to resurrect the custom of good manners and graceful style; all while updating and applying them to the modern age.
“Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use.” – Emily Post
Covering topics from introductions, greetings and thank-you’s, to the etiquette of modern technology (including the appropriate places and times to call and text message), Manners That Matter Most is a valuable resource and much-needed guide for our fast-paced world. Suitable for readers in every social situation, Manners That Matter Most contain both the information and the support you need to gain and give more consideration in your social encounters. With an emphasis on graciousness and chivalry that lends the book its authoritative tone, Manners That Matter Most is the essential companion for anyone looking to put their best foot forward.
The book also includes inspirational quotes on the importance of courtesy, respect and dignity; 25 essential lessons everyone should learn to cultivate better manners; and tips for more effective interaction with family, friends and co-workers. Taking an old subject and presenting it in a fresh and accessible way, Manners That Matter Most reminds us why good practice in etiquette not only makes the practitioner look good, but enhances society as a whole.
Manners That Matter Most features a special foreword by Norah Lawlor, the founder and principal of Lawlor Media Group Inc. a New York-based boutique PR firm focused on a luxury lifestyle clientele.
Available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble Bookstores, and distributed by Penguin Random House.
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