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by Donald Mccullough

  • ISBN: 0399525386
  • Category: Reference
  • Author: Donald Mccullough
  • Subcategory: Etiquette
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: TarcherPerigee (October 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 286 pages
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Donald McCullough first is a magical writter, and second a wise and kind teacher. We need to get back to the nature of caring and doing the little things that make human life special

Donald McCullough first is a magical writter, and second a wise and kind teacher. We need to get back to the nature of caring and doing the little things that make human life special. The gift for all ocassions (I purchased 20 of them!) and a great place to start with the kids.

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From saying please or thank you to keeping a secret to treating elders with respect, each of us can help build a community one small act at a time. In the process, we build character - becoming gracious people, more able to give and receive life's simple but essential gifts

From saying please or thank you to keeping a secret to treating elders with respect, each of us can help build a community one small act at a time. In the process, we build character - becoming gracious people, more able to give and receive life's simple but essential gifts. Through the absorbing stories in this book, Dr. McCullough not only speaks to the reader about a wide range of circumstances that affect us every day, but also speaks for us as he articulates our frustrations, concerns, and despair.

Donald McCullough wrote Say Please, Say Thank You: The Respect We Owe One Another about the courtesies, kindnesses and behavior we should show to each other. Some of the chapters are. Say Please: Respecting the Freedom of Others. Say Thank You: Acknowledging Dependence on Others. Tell White Lies (Occasionally): Protecting from Unnecessary Hurt. Categories: Etiquette.

In this gentle, inspiring book, Donald McCullough reminds us of the power that we have to make the world a. .To ensure we are able to help you as best we can, please include your reference number: TFLT1AH8RZ.

In this gentle, inspiring book, Donald McCullough reminds us of the power that we have to make the world a better place-simply by being polite. He helps us spot opportunities to treat others with respect-not because they have "earned it," but because they deserve it as fellow human beings. From saying please and thank you, to keeping a secret, to picking up the check at dinner, it's the little decisions in life that make the big difference-helping us to grow more gracious, and to give, and receive, life's simple but essential gifts.

Say Please, Say Thank You The Respect We Owe One Another By Donald McCullough Putnam. Where Novak is concerned with what and how to believe, in Say Please, Say Thank You McCullough is concerned with how to live. Where Novak focuses on the personal and private, McCullough focuses on how our actions affect those around us. In 36 short chapters, McCullough discusses the simple things: listening respectfully, apologizing when you've blown it, noticing and appreciating people.

Whats it called if you need the attention taken off you and wanna distract the populace .I know its selfie esque but it's the first photo of me standing.20. What dreams are made of. An update. 2. Night terror or false awakening? Third time's the charm. Obi-Have! Helpful German Shepherd. DBZ memorable moments from character POV.

The Respect We Owe One Another. By Donald Mccullough. Donald W. McCullough has pastored congregations in Solana Beach, California, and Seattle and served as president of the San Francisco Theological Seminary and as professor of theology and preaching. Category: Inspiration & Motivation Personal Growth Reference. Oct 01, 1999 ISBN 9780399525384. His books include The Trivialization of God and Waking from th. ore about Donald Mccullough.

McCullough, Donald, Say Please, Say Thank You: The Respect We Owe One Another, . Putnam’s Sons, 1998. Post, Peggy and Peter Post, The Etiquette Advantage in Business: Personal Skills for Professional Success, Harper Collins Publishing, 1999. Stress, Career Change, Overload, Bronson, Po, What Should I Do With My Life? Random House, 2003. Claxton, Guy, Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind, ECCO Press, Hopewell, New Jersey, 1997.

"This rousing, witty guide could help make the world a nicer, more civilized, more humane place."--Publishers Weekly In a world where rudeness is the norm and acts of kindness often make people more suspicious than grateful, who hasn't yearned for a return to good old-fashioned courtesy? In this gentle, inspiring book, Donald McCullough reminds us of the power that we have to make the world a better place--simply by being polite. He helps us spot opportunities to treat others with respect--not because they have "earned it," but because they deserve it as fellow human beings. From saying please and thank you, to keeping a secret, to picking up the check at dinner, it's the little decisions in life that make the big difference--helping us to grow more gracious, and to give, and receive, life's simple but essential gifts.
Reviews about Say Please, Say Thank You: The Respect We Owe One Another (7):
Dianalmeena
I love this book and wish everyone would read it. I have given this book as a gift to graduating high school students to start their new lives with (not sure any will actually read it, but I hope so). It does a great job explaining practical application of the Golden rule, which, if everyone implemented it, would transform our society!
Jonariara
This is not for kids. As our society has evolved to such a relaxed mode manners have evaporated. Respecting one another is not an option but a necessity to maintain a civil society. In my view we have to get manners back or we are lost. Social interaction is fundamental to the human experience. Please, please buy and read this book. And thank you for giving them out as gifts on every occasion...you won't be sorry. Thank you. You will be pleased.
Watikalate
The important thing he notes about the book is that it is not a step by step quide, but rather a book about Respect. We don't need manners, we need respect for other human beings.

I loved his stories and experience. You understand that he's not perfect and he doesn't expect everyone to be. I'm not a Christian, but I'm glad he talked about what he knew as a preacher and a seminary president.

A very good read.
Wiliniett
I like this book. I also bought one for my little niece to help teach her some things about etiquette.
Worla
Donald McCullough is not a stuffed shirt in a preacher's robe. His modern guide to manners is a delightful collection of short essays on reviving common courtesy. With grace, class, and irreverent humor, he presents a convincing case for a return to civility. I've reviewed this book for several publications because I believe our daily lives would improve drastically if everyone took McCullough's advice to heart. Whether you're weary of rude people running you off the road or dissing you in cyberspace, or you simply mourn the loss of handwritten thank-you notes, this book is for you.
Uriel
I wish I could drop millions of copies of this book from the sky. It should be required reading by every human being. Has the author been on Oprah? Larry King? Good Morning America? Today? Rosie? How about a PBS special? If so, I'm sorry I missed those segments. If not, then where's his publicist? Can we get rid of Dr. Laura and replace her with Donald McCullough?
It would be such a lovely world if we were all to get back to the basics of mutual respect and consideration. There would be a lot less stress in today's world if everyone followed the very simple principles in this book.
Buy it, read it, share it, and most importantly, DO IT. You'll stand out among the herd--that's for sure.
Monam
Short and sweet. For anyone who loves to get a hand-written thank you note, a birthday card in the mail, or the perfect gift just because-this book is for you. Donald McCullough first is a magical writter, and second a wise and kind teacher.
We need to get back to the nature of caring and doing the little things that make human life special. Saying please and thank you are such fundimental human feelings, the loss of these words in our language will no doubt be the loss of the very threads that help to create the weaving which is the nicer side of our human family.
The gift for all ocassions (I purchased 20 of them!) and a great place to start with the kids. Help us keep the sweetness of human kindness alive, read and enjoy "Say Please, Say Thank You...!

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