Etiquette and Life coach : Adults (Ages 18 - 30 yrs.)
This one-on-one coaching program aims to help you improve your communication skills, develop your own personal strategic life plan, and guide you in planning and setting SMART goals while identifying your strengths and weaknesses, among other great coaching techniques that can significantly aid you to your path to success.
This is where The Lost Art Etiquette and Life coaching program comes into play. We use several methodologies and processes for achieving your ideal life, and it starts with:
- Communication (listing and sharing).
- Identify strengths and weaknesses and overcome obstacles holding you back.
- Planning and setting SMART goals.
- Creating a personal strategic plan to take you to the finish line,
- One-on-one coaching sessions allow you to feel relaxed; you only matter.
- And much more
If you are looking for an etiquette and life coach, don’t hesitate to give The Lost Art a call; let’s discuss how you become the person you want to be, identify your passion, resolve internal conflict, and set a template for success. To learn more, contact The Lost Art at 888-354-4639 or email; [email protected]
Little Ambassadors Etiquette Seminar (Ages 5 - 7 yrs.):
Young Diplomats Etiquette and Leadership Seminar (Ages 8 - 13 yrs.):
In this digital age where pre-teens are exposed to various stimuli that can affect the way they interact with their environment, there are other ways where they can learn how to stay grounded and grow up to become a well-mannered adult.
The Young Diplomats Etiquette and Leadership Seminar offers a training course that aims to guide pre-teens the opportunity to navigate their adolescent years by establishing a robust and solid bond with trusted friends, the dos and don’ts of proper etiquette, fundamental etiquette, family values, and leadership skills training.
- Defining the true meaning of manners
- Grasping the Rules of Etiquette
- Introduction of Protocols
- Building their circle of friends
- Respecting adult family members; i.e., mother, father, and grandparent
- Understanding of Value’s; family, personals, friendship, trust, and property
- Sportsmanship etiquette (fair play and respect of your opponent)
- Leadership principals – leading within
- Acceptance of Trust
- ABC of Table Manners
- Making an exceptional introduction – using the eight ingredients of an introduction
Future Professional Leadership Seminar (Ages 14 - 18 yrs.):
Father and Daughter Dining Etiquette Seminar (Ages 8 - 18 yrs.):
- Building a fathers bonding opportunity with his daughter
- Demonstrating how she should expect to be treated by young men.
- Dos and Don’ts of table manners
- Take away the dining experience like a diplomat
- Dos and don’t of a waitstaff
- And much more
Single Family relief etiquette seminar for kids (Ages 8 - 13 yrs.):
- The basics understanding of the rules of etiquette and manners
- Six family values (Family, Property, Friendship,
- Social awareness outside the home
- ABCs of table manners
- An act of Kindness at home
- Navigating the minefield of low self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-confidence
- How to be a great host and guest
Mother and Son Dining Etiquette Seminar (Ages 8 - 18 yrs.):
This seminar features:
- Designed for mothers and sons to enjoy bonding moments.
- Applying the ABC of table manners.
- Learning the rules of dining etiquette when being invited to dine
- Demonstrate a mother’s role in building her son’s self-awareness, self-esteem, and social self-confidence.
- She encourages her son(s) to become a strong young man and a beautiful adult.
- How to handle a unique social and dining challenge.
Sportsmanship etiquette seminar:
- Honesty and much more
''What a Mother Wishes for Her Son'' seminar (Ages 8 - 18 yrs.):
- Open the window of manhood and what’s required of young men before they open their mouths or raise their hands to harm others
- Bring to life what mothers want their sons to learn as they grow in age.
- Full of laughter and awareness of the nuances of raising a boy.
- Engaging in comfortable discussions on keeping it real from a young boy, teenagers, and young males’ point of view
- And much more