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Podcast: Why Manners Still Matter


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Why Manners Still MatterJodi RR Smith is the founder of Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting and author of three books including From Clueless to Class Act: Manners for the Modern Woman.

When you think of etiquette, it may conjure up images of dowager countesses having tea, but Jodi says nothing could be further from the truth. Good manners are an essential part of your success in today’s modern world.

Why Manners Still Matter

  • How does someone become an etiquette expert?
  • What are some of the biggest changes you have seen in the past 20 years?
  • What is the etiquette emergency you hear about most frequently?
  • What is the one tip you would like to give to our listeners?

Thank you so much for your time today.  Listeners, if you have an etiquette emergency, Jodi has a complimentary service.  You can contact Jodi directly through her website www.Mannersmith.com

This podcast is presented by Annie Jennings of the National PR Firm, Annie Jennings PR located in the NYC area. Annie Jennings PR is a book marketing and book promotion firm helping authors achieve their highest levels of success in their area of expertise. Working with our PR firm can help authors get booked on major radio talk shows, TV shows, in online media and in print media. Annie’s top level radio campaign offers authors bookings on the biggest talk shows that broadcast to the top cities in the USA. The radio talk show campaigns comes with unlimited media training, professional publicists with mega experience and the famous guarantee of performance.

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