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2018 Launch Of Certification Training

Location  Atlanta, Georgia 2018 DATES February 11 - 15 June 10 - 14 October 14 - 18 Click here for more information on the Children’s Etiquette Certification Training.   You can also contact us with any questions at 404.252.2245 or email team@theamericanschoolofprotocol.com [one_half] Newswire Google Yahoo Bing  [/one_half] [one_half_last] ePRNews  Digital Journal ASP [/one_half_last]
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12 Habits of People Who have Good Manners

They make eye contact and greet others with a warm hello and goodbye. They treat everyone they meet with the same respect. Before entering and exiting a building they always look in front and behind to see if there is anyone that could use a helping hand. They are mindful and think before they speak. They […]
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How to Apologize the Right Way

As difficult as it may be, the ability to admit our wrongs, accept responsibility for our actions, and ask for forgiveness is crucial to any healthy relationship. A careless comment, backing out at the last minute, showing up late– these are everyday occurrences that happen more than we’d like, and each warrants an honest apology. […]
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Respect? Manners? Morals? Do we still have them?

With the current climate in our world and the recent breaking news stories of inappropriate sexual behavior in all industries across the nation, you would think that we live in a world without rules, respect, manners or morals.  Reading through the headlines it is truly evident that respect and manners have been pushed to the […]
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We Need YOU to Attend ➡️ Cultivating Character 1-Day Conference

Another terrorist attack in our country on Halloween, lead us at The American School of Protocol to do much soul searching on how we could help our children in the United States. Recently our country has been subjected to hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and a sense of fear and anxiety prevails. Having personally spoken to so many […]
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What is your Calling?

Merriam-Webster defines a “calling” as: “…a strong inner impulse toward a particular course of action especially when accompanied by conviction of divine influence.” But how do you find your calling? Many will say you don’t “find” your calling, you have to fight for it. Mark Twain says “The two most important days are the day […]
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The Reward of Educating Others

Congratulations to our most recent graduates on becoming a part of The American School of Protocol.  Participants came from throughout the United States as well as India and Australia. As the up and coming ASP Graduates learned and grew together, lasting relationships were established. At the beginning of the week they started off as strangers […]
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The Power of Taking a Break

“Taking a Break” means different things to different people.  The term “taking a break” is often misinterpreted as a setback.  But those who know the power of rest and relaxation realize that it is anything but a setback. The link between rest and creativity is astonishing. Research supports this concept. It is a proven fact […]
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Thank You Notes More Than Pen to Paper

During our Children’s Etiquette Certification Training that is held in Atlanta, Georgia, participants travel from all over the world to partake in the five-day course. Through interactive activities and hands-on instruction the trainees gain the knowledge to teach life skills and etiquette to children. Children attend each day so that the trainees can see the […]
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Want to Be Happy? Be Grateful

"I need more money", "I need more things", "I need a bigger house", I need a better car", "I need more vacation time", the list goes on and on…  Do you feel you are in a race to fuel the constant feeling of "I need more"?  This sense of feeling inadequate and that what you have […]
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How To Write Thank-you Notes & Address Envelopes

Writing thank-you notes and addressing envelopes is an area that we always seem to get a lot of questions about.  Here are a few pointers to help you brush up on your skills! Thank-you Notes Keep your note short and simple. Emphasize the gratitude and interest in the job, gift, favor, or invitation. Write the […]
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