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Re to explore or spending all your time maintaining a spotless house It’s about approaching the world with compassion conviction self confidence and whole heartedness whether you're at the Met Gala or saying good morning to a convenience store clerkFrom chatting easily with anyone to mastering the subtleties of social media etiuette hint block early block often Brown has talked to gracious women and men all over the country to give you easy ways to embody your own graciousnessThroughout the book she. I am always in awe of Kelly Williams Brown s ability to deal with weighty important issues with an incredible sense of humor Her second book may even exceed my high expectations I can t wait to see what she puts her own to next

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Provides tips on how to deal with the people and circumstances that challenge even the most socially graceful among us advice on how to practice graciousness in everyday life and thoughtful discussions on being kind to those around you without ever losing your sense of selfWith the wisdom of gracious folk ranging from celebrities to the author’s mother in law this book explains the perspective actions and sometimes inaction that help us move smoothly and effectively through whatever life tosses at us. There are aspects of this book that I liked Brown interviews some totally great women people who aren t famous but are just uietly amazing I think that she was hurt by the timing of this release in early 2017 as Trump was elected to office a call for graciousness and being the bigger person and an attitude gratitude seemed grating and hollow in a way that it would not have seemed had it been released a year earlier

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From New York Times bestselling author of Adulting How to Become a Grown Up in 468 Easyish Steps Kelly Williams Brown comes a funny charming guide to modern civility in these yes we'll say it rather uncivil timesGraciousness is practicing the arts of kindness thoughtfulness good manners humanity and basic decency As a bonus it makes your life and even the world or at least the room you’re in much lovelierIt’s not about memorizing every rule of traditional etiuette to a T though there is so much the. Maybe I m revealing that I haven t learned how to be gracious But at least I m not engaging in some fancy BSing I don t think this was a terrible book It just was too disjointed for me and sometimes it was hard to tell where one set of principleschecklists stopped and another began There were also lots of footnotes and separate sections and uotes that kept distracting me from reading because I must read all words on the page even if it reuires me to stop in the middle of a sentence because I worry I will forget to read that one extra little thing I came away with the idea that graciousness sometimes can be either not sticking up for yourself taking an easy way out BSing or some combination of the three Maybe that s the way things should be but I feel like I m always trying to escape reverting to that kind of behavior But I will say there were some gems in there Like thinking in terms of us and moving towards something beneficial for both parties involved Or ignoring things people are saying or doing that just aren t helping you Maybe these seem like obvious pieces of advice but they fit in the book well and provided me with something to think a little deeply on


10 thoughts on “Gracious

  1. says:

    While I have definite Opinions about manners they were invented to keep the comfortable comfortable and only use the most basic ones to help ease my passage through the world Please Thank you and opening the door for the persons behind me I am nevertheless endlessly fascinated with the little courtesies and social norms other people dictate to make society civilized I used to read Emily Post and Miss Manners a

  2. says:

    Maybe I'm revealing that I haven't learned how to be gracious But at least I'm not engaging in some fancy BSing I don't think this was a terrible book It just was too disjointed for me and sometimes it was hard to tell where one set of principleschecklists stopped and another began There were also lots of footno

  3. says:

    Wonderful The author had a really fun unofficial way of finding gracious people to interview plus she comes off as not snooty but down to earth and relatableself deprecating even The book is fun to read and filled with little tidbits of delightful information

  4. says:

    Hopefully it isn't ironic that I am about to write all the things I didn't like about a book on graciousness to t

  5. says:

    Voice is very eradicate and hard to followWith such great premise and promise I was hoping for Some great topics could have been organized better for all readers However the fonts used were sweet Wonderful uotes throughout the book fell flat with some of the content Considering the books' concept the author's use of swear words including saying the Lord's name in vain I found inappropriate not polite in any manner with l

  6. says:

    I am always in awe of Kelly Williams Brown's ability to deal with weighty important issues with an incredible sense of humor Her second book may even exceed my high expectations I can't wait to see what she puts her own to next

  7. says:

    I thought she had some good points The occasional light profanity however was not necessary to prove a point

  8. says:

    Delightful I love this definition of graciousness“Graciousness which is only in part about manners and etiuette has a moral core; place settings are but a tiny flourish on an enormous architecturally sound whole It’s

  9. says:

    There are aspects of this book that I liked Brown interviews some totally great women people who aren't famous but are just uietly amazing I think that she was hurt by the timing of this release in early 2017; as Trump was elected to office a call for graciousness and being the bigger person and an attitude gratitude seemed grating and hollow in a way that it would not have seemed had it been released a year ea

  10. says:

    Such a wonderful book I found her ideas so helpful for business retail can be so terribly trying and have handed it out as homework

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