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LIFE LESSON OF THE WEEK: Youth is wasted on the young.
You need to experience life in order to learn the lesson. My goal is help my readers get a better understanding of life and hopefully avoiding the trial and error that comes with it. Speaking of avoiding the trial and errors of life, it bothers me that peers of mine nowadays are focus on the wrong things. A lot of traits such as: self-awareness, confidence, and joy go unappreciated as a teen. Although some lessons have to be learned through experience, you don't have to wait until you're older to become aware of what's truly meaningful and worthwhile. Once you learn the lessons you can apply them in your life at any age, and see the benefits to your happiness and well-being.
SCHOOL HACK OF THE WEEK: How To Have A Swell Presentation. How about them school presentations huh? Well I'm sure everyone enjoys giving class presentations like you enjoy getting flu shots. Sadly just because we don't like them doesn't mean we don't have to do them, but I know a school hack that will make them easier. There are two easy tips I've acquired to help me better my presenting skills.
For one, you'll want some colorful note cards. You can right down your presentation in a color sequence. Now after studying for hours on end and the day finally comes for you to present and you're like SUPER nervous, it can be hard to remember certain words and things when you're in a frantic state of mind. The second tip is to eat gum, for some strange reason I don't know when you're eating you brain thinks you're calm. Although, once you're calm and have finished reviewing your cards just make sure to spit the gum out before you present. Have fun and happy presenting!
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