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Manners Make the Man

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Manners make the man is a very commonly heard saying in every culture found in world over. Manners form the basis for every person's name and status in the society. When elder's dislike any person the very first sentence begins as "He is a very well mannered person". Manners play a very important role and play a major part of the person's outlook.

Manner does not only mean the respect one gives to elders but also respect towards both people of similar and younger age. Manners should be inculcated right from the time a person is a child. This helps them to respect others throughout their life. Apart from respecting elders it also is in reference to ladies, children and every part and parcel of the society. It is a very common phrase-" Ladies First", where the ladies are given the privilege to be first. And in case of children, their thoughts and views are listened to and analyzed.

Manners and respect are a must if someone wants to go ahead in his or her life. When properly followed manners help a person to gain respect and trust in his society. Manners are the critical steps in the ladder to success which guarantees an individual to reach a high position life. It also brings a sense of gratitude and well being in an individual and gives them a chance to express themselves. An important part of social etiquette can be seen at workplaces, as one tends to spend a lot of time at work.

With workplaces becoming global, the office environment is becoming more and more diverse and less formal. Unfortunately, the fallout of this has been that common courtesies like politeness and good manners have taken a back seat. They are deemed less and less important in our Professional as well as personal lives. The workplaces of today are competitive and conflict ridden, often giving rise to strong emotions. Is it any wonder then that traditional niceties and formalities have given way to contracted greetings and electronic wishes? Writing letters or thank you notes have...

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