We take this for granted especially because talking is one of the most natural things in the world, but remember that being able to effectively communicate is a different skill altogether. As most of us know by now, how and when we say something is just as important as what we’re saying.
Knowing how to communicate ideas is a good skill to learn for job interviews, client pitches, and it can even take you as far as maintaning a healthy romantic relationship.
Try: Communicate with Impact, CCE, November 9-10, 2017, P12,800
Under the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education’s Communication Excellence Series, this two-day program “helps you understand effective speaking, and then shows you how to communicate your message in the best possible way.”
Despite our thriving culinary industry (and expanding food delivery services), cooking is one skill you won’t ever regret learning. You develop confidence in knowing that you can fend for yourself without relying on canned food, and it’s something you’ll be able to use at any age, wherever you are in the world. You’ll also be able to serve good food to family, friends, and colleagues; and on a personal note, not only does it save you a lot of money, it also helps you control what goes into your body.