A civil culture honors, respects, and values the elderly. — Deborah King Have we become a society that only grants honor to the strong, successful, popular, wealthy, and beautiful? If so, what happens to the feeble, elderly, awkward, poor, and unattractive?
“Civility knows no boundaries, speaks every language, crosses every time zone, thrives in every culture, connects with every generation, is available to every person, and improves every situation.” Deborah King What is civility? People talk about uncivil behavior, but it seems few are able to explain what civility is and what it looks like in […]
Deborah King, AICI CIP, CPC, CPECP, is President of Final Touch Finishing School – the premier finishing school in the United States. Her passion is to equip people from all walks of life with the necessary skills to move confidently from the informal to the formal with ease and grace. Mrs. King has over 35 years of experience in the civility, etiquette, and image industry. Mrs. King serves as a reliable resource to the media and travels extensively both domestically and internationally, teaching her principles of etiquette and poise to individuals aged five to seventy-five. A native of Seattle, she currently lives near Dallas, Texas.