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Miss Manners on Wedding Etiquette for Brides Emily Post is the well known Miss Manners on Wedding Etiquette. But there are many Wedding Etiquette specialists these days that followed Ms. Emily Post’s footstep and became Miss Manners themselves. If you are getting married anytime soon and you want to know some tips from Miss Manners on Wedding Etiquette, here are some Wedding Etiquette basics for you, the blushing bride. * On Wedding Dress Miss Manners says Wedding Etiquette of our age is not very strict anymore. Today, Miss Manners allows brides to wear non-conventional color for a wedding gown. Aside from ultra white, creme, and beige, Miss Manners says that it is not against Wedding Etiquette to wear pastel colored …

Wedding Week “I Do’s” and “I Don’ts” for the Groom

Wedding Week “I Do’s” and “I Don’ts” for the Groom While planning a wedding can leave one harrowed by “the big day,” there are some strategies both brides and grooms can use to make events go as smoothly as possible. Common sense needs to rule the day no matter what goes wrong; and rest assured, all won’t go exactly as planned. If both brides and grooms are on board with making the wedding day go as smoothly as possible, even the mishaps can be seen as favorite memories in the days and years to come. In most situations, brides have planned most of the wedding. This fact does not mean, however, that the groom can just sit back and watch …

Packing for Your Destination Wedding

Packing for Your Destination Wedding Are you planning a destination wedding? Congratulations! Before you head off to your dream wedding and honeymoon, don’t forget the packing for the wedding itself. Much will depend on where you’re having your wedding and your own personal style. If you’re getting married in a formal wedding dress, be sure to carry it with you – don’t trust your dress to checked luggage. Most airplanes have coat closets and will allow travelers to hang garment bags. Check with your airline. Grooms should also carry the clothing needed for the ceremony. If you’re getting married in the Caribbean, you won’t find many tuxedo rental shops in the islands. It is easiest to bring clothes with you. …

Increase Revenues with a Bigger Sales Force

Increase Revenues with a Bigger Sales Force A sales manager’s primary responsibility is to recruit, train and motivate his or her sales force to achieve peak performance. Of these three vitally important tasks, recruiting is the least understood and by far the most challenging. When you recruit the right person you will find that they’re self-motivated and eager to train. Conversely, if you hire someone that is not suited for the position, you’ill experience low morale, high turnover and find yourself constantly in the training mode. While there’s no perfect system that can guarantee you’ll hire the right person every time, there are basic guidelines you must follow if you expect to recruit your way to the next level. First …