Raise Your Hand if You Think Children Get Value Out of a Manners Class

Keep reading to learn what stood out the most when I was training a new licensee over the weekend.  

Today is my first day back in the office.  I have been in Washington DC/Tyson Corner the past few days training Awo Poku in a dual certification of children’s and business etiquette.

We spent three action packed and intense days together at The Ritz Carlton. 

Our first meeting was the welcome breakfast.  It was a crisp morning full of sunshine and over the top service.  As you know,  the Ritz is known for their impeccable level of service and attention to detail.

What really stood out for me on this particular Saturday morning was my initial conversation with Awo.

Awo was telling me a story. I was glued from the moment she sat down.  She told me about the time she dropped her two sons off at this very Ritz for a manners class. Her children were all dressed up in suits and ties.  Remember those!

She went on to tell me her heart warming experience as a mother and the value her boys gleaned from the class.

What they learned in that class is still with them today as young men in their thirties.  

Her sons are polite, confident and socially aware to this day.  This class not only helped them personally but professionally.

This is one of the reasons she wants to start a business teaching life skills to children. She knows the value of a manners class for children.  

If you were in a room of people and the trainer/speaker asked, “raise your hand if you see the value for children taking a manners class”…what would you do?

Would you raise your hand? 

Do you have your own experiences as a mother, grandmother or child?  Have you seen first hand the value of a manners class?

We would love to hear YOUR story.

Contact us by sending an email.

Stay tuned for more of Awo’s story.  I can’t wait to share.

Would you like to start a business teaching manners to children?

We are here to help you achieve big results so that you can make a difference with youth AND build a business that you absolutely love.

Start with the best.  Check out our website and see how other licensees have gotten a fast start using our system.  We have videos of other licensee’s being interviewed about their new business.  At the end of this article, you will find the videos in the Links and Resources section.

No other etiquette certification training even comes close.

Here is a FREE guide to help you get started. It is a guide on “Six Things I Wish I Had Known Before Starting My Etiquette Business”.  

I trust you will find this guide very helpful as you begin down the path to becoming an etiquette expert.

Train-the-Trainer Etiquette Certification

Your Next Steps to Become Certified to Teach Manners 

Step 1

Most likely, you will want to get to know us.  Feel free to call or email us.  Click on the links below.  We are happy to discuss the details with you.

Step 2

Decide what is the best training option for you.

We offer two trainings for to become certified to teach manners to children:

Option #1:  “Live” Video Training:  If you are looking to start immediately and save money on travel and time, then this is your best option.  You choose the dates of our trainings. Most choose to have their sessions once a week, others twice.  

Professional Consultant Certification - Live video training

Option #2:  2-Day In-Person PRIVATE Training.  That’s right, we meet in person, the two of us and our focus is completely on your business.  You also have to opportunity to observe me teaching a class.  Head over to our website or click the image below to learn more and to see a list of cities available for your training.

2 Day Etiquette Certificate Training

Step 3

Receive the curriculum and book your training dates. Upon payment, you receive the curriculum. Next, we will send an email asking you to schedule your first training date. 

Manners To Go Links and Resources

The Best Personal Development Book I Read in 2020

Homeschool Teacher Becomes Manners To Go Licensee

Did You Know Manners To Go Started as an Activity Kit?

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