There was another training that took place for two companies in Texas. SECTOR, a training institute with one of their primary focuses on safety and Unity Commercial Solutions, a subcontractor, contracted Manners In Momentum to train on Business Etiquette for the office. The success of this training opened up the discussion to have Manners In Momentum create a protocol curriculum for those that work within the field of construction sites. A new course is in the works!
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With the year coming to an end, I think back on what I value….
The list is long from family to friends to my faith to the lessons I’ve learned. And of course, I am extremely grateful for knowing what I enjoy doing for my work.
I receive private messages from time to time seeking my opinion. Sometimes, I get messages validating or supporting the good I am trying to share with the world around me. I woke up this morning with one particular message that came to mind I want to share with you.
I believe we all wish for happiness and good health for ourselves, our loved ones, and for the people of the entire world. I truly believe that if we all do our part in creating a civil society, our spirits and bodies would attain the health and happiness we desire. Creating this is not a big feat; small steps can transcend to miles. May these words in the following message inspire you all to greet with a smile everyone who crosses your path in the new year….
Aloha Astania….just wanted to share that I appreciate the value of your “Manners in Momentum” concept and practice. Every day when I walk my kids to school I say “Good Morning” with a smile to everyone I meet. Many times no one says much back even though I see them every day. I tell my kids to do the same even if no one responds because you might boost their positive energy. Today a man in his 50s, who was probably escorting his grandchild to school, looked at me and said “Good Morning!” to me so loudly, and clearly and I felt so uplifted by the good manners!!! WOW how Fun!! We need more of this. Certain older generations practice “higher standards” in public manners as I call them. We need to teach the present youth how pleasant good manners make day to day interactions. Thanks for all you do! I wish you had an “office” on Kauai!! Blessings to you your ohana! Aloha!
We all make mistakes; it’s how we react to them that counts…
I taught 1st and 2nd graders yesterday about making mistakes through play.
If you knock your own tower down, do you beat yourself up about it?
If someone accidentally bumps into your building and it topples over, do you yell at them or punch them in the face?
These children had it spot on; they reacted well. To me this shows manners are being taught at home. Awesome job, parents!
I work with all ages, however, it is best to instill and practice good behavior while people are young and open to learning new things.
We will all build something of ourselves within our lifetime…let’s make sure it is set on a solid foundation! #mannersmatter