Handbook for Young People with Class!
young people work and study hard, are happy and sociable, but lack
knowledge of decent manners in public — it either hasn’t been
passed on through the generations, or its importance hasn’t been
emphasized. And yet small details in social life have a big impact on
relationships and first impressions. From learning basic table
manners to public speaking; from manners relating to dating, hygiene,
and technology, to appropriate clothing choices: the author
illustrates these details in a straight-forward and often amusing
way. As the author aptly states, “many doors and hearts are opened
by good manners.” Manners make strong impressions, lead to
effective relationships, and shape one’s character and reputation.
Most importantly of all, this book teaches how to discover the good
in others and how to live with more grace and style. John Narbona is
a journalist. He lives in Italy and is an expert in corporate
communication and the education of young people.