Good communication can land you in a job offering high pay. In recent times two people having similar experience and qualifications are distinguished by the communication skills they possess so to sustain in this competitive market it has become important to have an edge over others and also to get good pay.
One of the most important components of the inner game of communication is speaking with clarity. We all believe in a leader who has clarity and conviction. When you speak with clarity, it will create trust and help others easily understand what you say.
One common challenge many engineers face is communication skills. Most engineers who are non-native English speakers believe that effective communication means framing grammatically correct sentences. Not fully true. In fact, research shows that words only account for 7% of communication.
Yoga is a rich heritage belonging to India. The word yoga has been derived from the Sanskrit word "Yuj" meaning to integrate. It is a perfect collaboration for physical, spiritual, and mental stability. Its importance has increased very recently, due to UNGA declared 21st June as yoga day.
The fancy word Internship has been introduced in the last century, but its concept is derived from 11th century. Way back then the concept of apprentices existed, but it was quite different from today's concept of an internship. Apprentices used to live with their masters for at least a decade, only after which they were paid.
So most of you must already be beaming while reading this thinking of all the times you presented a powerpoint slideshow or a work of your art in your school or college. So, now let’s talk about the art of presentation. It is surely not everyone’s cup of tea but it doesn’t mean you cannot grab the cup! Grad.Club is here to help you master the art of presentation with quirky tips! So read on to discover the art of presenting!
While you might already know that Mark Zuckerberg was a student entrepreneur, you might be surprised to know that Matthew Mullenweg of Wordpress and Blake Ross who launched Mozilla Firefox also come under this category! When they came up with their own stuff, they were in their teens or early twenties!