How do you distribute an entire presentation among several speakers smartly and evenly? Read up!

At some point or another, one of your teachers will make a comment you don’t particularly agree with. More often than not, it’ll be about a subject you feel very strongly about in comparison to your other classmates, and you’ll feel compelled to speak out.

How do you pitch your idea to a group of students who are equally impressed with theirs? Here are some tips to go about it.

Whether it’s in the middle of a group conversation, or chatting with an acquaintance in the elevator, knowing how to politely and respectfully say goodbye is a necessity. Here’s a few tips on how to properly say goodbye.

Understandably, when you’re the new person in a group that’s known each other for quite some time, it would be particularly difficult and awkward joining in the conversation.


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