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It’s so nice being a poet

When   someone will care and show it…

Dog and cats now

Say “he’s MEOW!” 12 more words


Coaching Millennials on Body Language

Did you know that, according to John Medina, author of Brain Rules: Twelve Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School, “vision trumps all other senses” when it comes to perception? 577 more words

Absent That Familiar Twinkle

I caught her eye and blinked

In a way I meant to mean

“I appreciate your presence

And willingness to be seen.”
She blinked back in return… 15 more words


I See Your Napkin Hand-Off, and Raise You a Call for Pajamas

Sunday morning, I lay clothes upon Martin’s bed and told him to get dressed while I showered.

Ten minutes later, after my shower, I found Martin his room, fully dressed except for socks. 342 more words


End-of-the-School-Year Resource Roundup

Yes, indeed, the end of another school year has arrived, and I am already thinking ahead to the next academic year. In planning ahead, I’ve also reflected on the past year and realized I have gathered a LOT of online resources related to business communication. 618 more words

Week 8

Reflection exercise 8.1

The biggest part of modern communication skill is nonverbal communication. The nonverbal communication can be the first standard to judge target audiences when people start communication and work out how to communicate with the target audience. 302 more words


Love language

Dear All,
In this video, Vanessa Van Edwards speaks about “love language”. “Love language” is defined as how we express our love and affection; and how we feel most loved and respected. 521 more words

Nonverbal Communication