Etiquette is a way of life. It’s the way an individual walks, talks, dresses, eats, stands and even sits, Mexia resident Diann Manning said.
Mexia City Council’s May 17 meeting began with a supplemental agenda item regarding shots fired in a restroom at Mexia High School the day before.
After six power generation plants went offline Friday during the start to an unseasonably hot weekend, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas urged Texans to conserve power, the Austin American-Statesman reported.
Dear Heloise: I just read your column about poor customer service -- so sad but so true! After 40 years in sales and marketing for a large chemical company, I now teach a class to aspiring entrepreneurs. As you might know, 95% of all new businesses fail within the first five years, and the major reason they fail is poor service. New business owners are all fired up about making their business grow and do many things correctly at first, but then they begin the slow decline, forgetting what made them successful for the first four years. Nobody wants to actually talk to customers anymore!
I’m a Baby Boomer with several Millennial friends. I don’t know if it’s because they value my wisdom, or because they find it amusing to watch me type text messages using only my index finger.