Margery Sinclair will host several events that are open to the public.
You are invited to attend any of the events listed below.
Also note that, depending on her travel schedule, she may be able to arrange a session in your city, state, or country.

Young gentlemen and ladies ages 13-18
Boys and girls ages 7-12



Travel Schedule

Note that sometimes it is possible to add extra programs for new clients, and share travel expenses with the original client

Are you interested in scheduling an event or private session with Margery Sinclair?


Here are some etiquette tips from Margery's book, "A Year of Good Manners"
which includes the "respect series" paintings
from artist Jan Polk's "Great American Flower Collection."


Respect and Manners
are our common bonds
as civilized people.

Please see for information on
Respect Awards for children, teenagers, and adults.
This project is sponsored by artist Jan Polk.


The first rule of etiquette is the Golden Rule...

...Treat other people the way you want to be treated, with kindness and respect. The Chinese form of the Golden Rule uses a double negative: Don't treat other people the way you don't want to be treated. It amounts to the same thing.


Afer you have mastered the Golden Rule,...

...move up to the Platinum Rule: Treat other people the way they want to be treated. Not everyone wants to be treated the same way. Pay attention; they give hints.


The difference between etiquette and manners is this...

...Etiquette (a French word) refers to all the rules governing behavior. Manners (an English word) refers to your own personal behavior.


Some people know all the rules of behavior but...

...don't follow them. They will still have bad manners. Others may never have heard of etiquette books, but have innate good manners, treating all people with courtesy.


A knowledge of etiquette is the road... good manners. Behave decently to others, show consideration when there is conflict, and maintain composure when displeased. Knowing etiquette makes you feel relaxed and confident.

Did Margery's book, "A Year of Good Manners" grab your attention?