Trust in our leaders and governmental figures is a trait rarely found in America today.
by Michaela Popielski Well I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving. Turkey pumpkin pie, stuffing and the infamous food coma. Always a blast. For this article I was pondering ideas when a person in our church spoke on character. I knew what character was, I just wasn’t paying attention to how I was perceived to […]
“Together WE can make the world a more polite place, one courteous interaction at a time.” ~ PJ McGuire, President of Modet Inc. The second week in May is National Etiquette Week, the national recognition of etiquette and protocol in all areas of American life – business, social, dining, travel, technology, wedding, and international. While […]
College Bound Reading List Colleges That Encourage Character Development: A Resource for Parents, Students, and Educators Recent national studies suggest that the vast majority of Americans share a respect for a common set of core values: honesty, compassion, and personal responsibility. While those positive traits are developed over a lifetime, the college experience is critical […]