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Saying Thank You Part II Social and Business Hospitality for E-Commerce and Graduate Students An Etiquette Guide to Written Acknowledgment and Reciprocity By Harold Almon
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Saying Thank You is to be done in parts. Part I is Acknowledgment: attendance, meeting expectations, and a verbal “thank you” in person. For every invitation you accept, you know what to... More > do: show up, meet expectations and say thank you to the host or hostess. That completed, this book is about Saying Thank You Part II: written acknowledgment & reciprocity: writing and note by hand and hosting an event to re-pay an act of hospitality: what is to be done after attending an event and before having one. People are to be invited to share food, drink, atmosphere, and honor. This guide covers saying thank you by card, the cast for hospitality events, host responsibilities, stations and lines, committees and responsibilities, type of events, levels of formality, social calendars, contact registers, invitations, and keeping track. It can assist in helping you develop your plan for saying thank you and giving back. Thank you for your indulgence.< Less
Frugal Foods and Stylish Recipes Buying and Eating Foods with Style on a Dime Etiquette Lessons for Couples and College and University Students Why Are You Hungry By Harold Almon
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Welcome to a world of Frugal Foods and Stylish Recipes Buying and Eating Foods with Style on a Dime Etiquette Lessons for Couples and College and University Students; a world where everything is done... More > in consideration of your sense of sophistication and your wallet. Discover fun ways to select foods and place stylish dishes on your table. This book was written for two reasons. 1.The rule has always been, more than, “Saving money on buying food can be fun.” The best part is Eating it in style and giving back: sharing it with someone. 2. Stylish recipes are a way to say, “Welcome to the neighborhood,” and that, “I would like an introduction, to share a meal with you, and reciprocity. Frugal food selection and creative preparation are what is best done for such occasions. Both can be done with flair, consideration, and distinction. You may share drink, atmosphere, food, honor, and enjoy each reason why a person accepted your invitation. Before there is a need to say, “Hello,” to someone, let us begin.< Less