Sometimes the best way to answer a question isn't to list a bunch of numbers and facts—it’s to tell a story.
Sometimes the reason we say words wrong is because we don't know the right rules. Take, for example, these words:
I've got to tell it like it is: as much as you’d like to think you’re giving your clients values… you’re not.
There is something a lot of people do when they are nervous while speaking. This is true for both native and non-native English speakers. It is actually a surefire way to tell if someone is not confident in themselves or what they are saying.
Giving feedback when people make mistakes is hard to do. This post will tell you three phrases you can use to guide someone to do something differently, or do more, while still showing them respect for the effort they put in.