The 8 Best Etiquette Rules We Learned From Grandma
“We live in a hurry-up world, but that doesn’t mean you have to abandon all the niceties of polite behavior that Grandma believed in. “Being kind and respectful to each other helps us feel connected,” says Cindy Grosso, owner and founder of Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette, Inc. in Charleston, South Carolina. “Knowing how to act in any situation also projects self-confidence and sets the stage for how you expect others to treat you.” These simple yet gracious gestures would make Grandma proud.”
We live in a generally self-centered, hide-behind-the-garage-door kind of world, so a bit of good etiquette goes a long way. Read through these tips as a refresher course in good etiquette and you’ll leave a lasting positive impression in no time.