November 14th, 2011

Win An Autographed Copy of POISED FOR SUCCESS and a Handmade Leather Book Cover

by Jacqueline Whitmore


One lucky person is going to win an autographed copy of my new book, POISED FOR SUCCESS, and a gorgeous, leather book cover! This one-of-a-kind, embossed cover was handmade by my friends at Renaissance Art. It’s so beautiful, I’m almost tempted to keep it for myself!

GIVEAWAY TIME! There are three easy ways to enter:

1. Enter on my Facebook fan page. Don’t have a Facebook account? That’s okay. Just enter by clicking here.

2. Tweet the following message on Twitter: I entered @etiquetteexpert ‘s #contest to #win a signed copy of POISED FOR SUCCESS and leather book cover! http://bit.ly/vNxWad

3. Comment below with your answer to this question: “Should etiquette be taught in schools? Why or why not?”

The winner will be randomly selected and notified by e-mail. This sweepstakes begins on Monday, November 14, 2011 and ends at midnight on Friday, November 18, 2011. Good luck!

Congratulations to Todd Weber for winning this prize and thanks to everyone who participated in this giveaway!

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6 Responses to “Win An Autographed Copy of POISED FOR SUCCESS and a Handmade Leather Book Cover”

  1. Jonathan Morris on November 14th, 2011 7:39 pm

    Etiquette should, indeed, be taught in schools because etiquette is, arguably, imperative to developing long, meaningful, successful relationships, be they business or personal.

  2. And Our “Poised for Success” Winner Is… on November 17th, 2011 4:24 pm

    […] As the saying goes, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again… and here is opportunity to “try” for copy of this great book! […]

  3. Nicholas Porzio on November 17th, 2011 9:18 pm

    It cannot hurt. Good manners are so lacking in this day and age. Too many children are not taught proper etiquette at home. We need more of the Golden Rule. Thank you!!

  4. Todd Weber on November 18th, 2011 4:30 pm

    Yes, it should be taught in schools because our country is becoming increasingly “uncivil” in the way we treat one another and talk to one another. For example, just watch a TV news talk show and observe how the participants interrupt and talk over one another in the name of “making their point.” Teaching etiquette is a way of showing basic dignity and respect for our fellow human beings regardless of age, creed, nationality, etc.

  5. Jonnie Fox Flanagan on November 18th, 2011 5:39 pm

    I would love for teachers to have the time to teach social etiquette in schools, private or public, but they are under too much pressure to teach the basics these days and there would certainly be no time to teach Dining Etiquette in that environment. I believe these lessons SHOULD be taught from the parents/home FIRST, but it’s a fact that not all children will have that opportunity and not all parents have the skills themselves to teach them.

    Fortunately, there are a number of us that are empassioned to teach the subject of social, business and/or dining etiquette to a variety of ages throughout life in the hopes of making a difference in the lives of many.

  6. Mary Fox on November 18th, 2011 9:37 pm

    I believe that etiquette should be taught in schools. I feel as though we would be given the gift of integrity and honor from the school systems that we may or may not receive at our home… and if we do receive this sort of good foundational upbringing, then having it taught to us at school simply re-enforces that behavior.

    I feel like we would be more respectful and professional at our workplaces, in school, at home, amongst friends and strangers alike had we had the training necessary to prepare us for the rest of our personal, business, and social lives.

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