Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette

Letting someone inÖin traffic

Is letting someone inÖin traffic, just a polite action?

We have all been in traffic, some of us more than othersÖand these days a lot of us are in a hurry moving very quicklyÖ running against the clock.

When we move so fast, racing against time, we often do not have time to pause or stop for a moment to let someone inÖin traffic, say good morning, or to be polite in many other ways.

Time, or the lack of it, has often robbed us of civility. Letting someone inÖ in traffic, like holding the door for someone, is not just a polite action but rather, a reflection of your attitude.

Always remember, attitudes are contagiousÖis yours worth catching?

The Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette specializes in helping people handle life's events and changes with style, polish and confidence. We offer seminars and consulting services in business etiquette, and medical office protocol.