1. Answer your invitations promptly. 2. Send thank you notes for favors, gifts, and hospitality. 3. Break the habit of profanity. 4. Compliment people on their accomplishments. 5. After you've been a guest, it's your turn to be a host. 6. Liquids on the right, solid food on the left. 7. Teach this to the children in your life.
"People who have a knowledge of manners have a lifelong advantage in job situations and in personal relationships."
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