Clearing Up Etiquette Confusion

Etiquette rules have been around for centuries.  Like us, they have evolved with changes in lifestyle and technology.

My goal is to help clear up confusion and explore how to use these rules as guidelines for a courteous and civil professional and personal lifestyles.

Etiquette is a system, and as a body of "how-to" knowledge helps you navigate any situation gracefully.  Knowing a few basic rules will give you confidence and help you feel comfortable whether you are meeting someone new, hosting an event, mingling at a party, or dining at a formal table.


I conduct customized learning sessions and trainings for your business, university, sponsored group, or conference.   

Providing a relaxed, fun, and informative learning experience is always top priority!  Read what some participants gained by attending my training sessions.



Explore the 150+ articles on this site by typing in a keyword(s) in the search box below.  You'll find lots of information and tips for making courtesy a daily practice!

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Let's get rid of the confusion surrounding etiquette rules and get on with our business of life.  After all, life is waiting and we have a lot to look forward to!

Sincerely,




Candace Smith
Founding Manager
Candace Smith Etiquette