Forced to Walk on Water False Persecution in Business

Hi there, Reader;

Every morning I walk my dog. I am awake early because he has to go for a walk. I love that I don't get to sleep in or waste the time given to me because I have to get out of bed to take him for a walk. I also laugh because I come up with non-traditional topics for my business blog. Event planners always write about their events and their blogs are filled with beautiful pictures of their events. I also write about the business side of event planning or any business that uses ethic to run a or offer their customers | clients a quality service.

Business Ethics: A written set of guidelines issued by an organization to its workers and management to help them conduct their actions in accordance with its primary values and ethical standards.

Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/code-of-ethics.html#ixzz3HSY4KWcj

Personal Ethics:

The basic principles and values that govern interactions among individuals. Sound personal ethics are typically those that positively impact the experience of others when used to govern an individual's social or business related behavior, and at the very least, such ethics should not have a negative impact on others. Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/personal-ethics.html#ixzz3HSXf8WGV

In event planning you want to have a person plan your event that has both. Personal and Business Ethics. Why because as a person hiring another you want them. You want a person who has personal ethic, because they are dealing with your personal fiances in planning your wedding or event.

You as the client or customer want a person who has business ethics because they will deliver what is written in the contract. If for some reason "Act's of God", they will be able to help you cope. "Acts of God" happen and event planners can't control them. Every venue has it written in their contracts. There is no walking on water in business. It is all about what is in your contract. No miracle making. Expect when the date or time of the event you wanted and the venue was booked and suddenly there is an availability. Okay, maybe there are miracles in event planning. The false persecution about ones personal faith and believe is an illegal act. Where we meet you is our workplace, therefore the laws of the state govern work place behavior. Making ethics and etiquette important. You pay for the service and then you get what you pay for. The negotiating on contracts is what you hired the event planner for. The ability to find the right pricing for you. Along with her ability to design, plan, implement the event within the budget you have. It doesn't matter if it is a wedding, meeting,event. They all have the same principles applied.

It is different than etiquette: Etiquette (/ˈɛtɨkɛt/ or /ˈɛtɨkɪt/, French: [e.ti.kɛt]) is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group.

There are certain etiquette, that is to be followed in planning events. MK Pure Diamond Events enjoys using etiquette to design, plan, produce and implement events. We love what we do and hopefully you will give us the chance to show you just how great your event can be when you sign a contract with MK Pure Diamond Events to plan your next event. Our prices are competitive.

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