Forget about putting all your focus on getting your child into a good college. Yeah, you heard us right —you can lighten up on all the tutors, batting coaches, AP classes and STEM projects. If you really want your kid to be successful in life teach them manners. So says, etiquette expert Lisa Gache (Beverly Hills Manners: Golden Rules from the World’s Most Glamorous Zip Code) and Harvard University says 85% of job success comes from having well developed soft skills while a mere 15% can be attributed to technical and hard skills. Lisa views manners as the secret weapon that will make your child stand out from the rest, helping him or her not only snag the job but also excel in it. Nothing soft about that.