Teach Your Children Social Skills without Constant Correction So You Can Restore Peace in your Home

Parents, do you feel like you say the same thing over and over again without change? Do you feel like you and your child have a constant stream of animosity between you because you are in a constant state of correcting? Do you worry that your relationship with your child is never going to be the close, trusting, loving relationship that you dream of? 

It's time for a change. It's time to do things differently. It's time to think differently about your responsibility and their responsibility. Come and join Life Coach and Certified Etiquette Instructor, Monica Irvine, as she walks you through 7 steps that will change everything. Don't miss this! You and your child need this.

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Monica Irvine

Monica Irvine, President and creator of The Etiquette Factory, LLC, is a master motivator and dedicated instructor who loves to help children and adults see the benefits and rewards of having proper etiquette, mastering professionalism and excelling in social skills. As a Certified Etiquette Instructor and Life Coach and working in the hospitality industry for 28years, Mrs. Irvine specializes in etiquette and professional instruction to help ensure the success of each individual both personally and professionally.Mrs. Irvine is the published author of five books on etiquette including Etiquette for Beginners, Etiquette Intermediate,Etiquette Masters, A Dating Guide for Ladies & Gentlemen and Raising a Generation of Ladies and Gentlemen as well asThe Etiquette Factory Storybook Series including 12storybooks for children. She is also the author of A ScheduleMakes for a Happy Family . Mrs Irvine is a national speaker, speaking to thousands of parents, educators and children every year. Residing in Knoxville, TN with her husband, this retired homeschool teacher, spends her free time playing tennis, running and enjoying her family of three boys and a granddaughter. You may contact Mrs. Irvine at monica@TheEtiquetteFactory.com or via her two websites at www.TheEtiquetteFactory.com and www.BusinessEtiquetteStandards.com

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