I recently had the opportunity to interview a Japanese business person who has worked in 11 different countries including Singapore, Malaysia, America, Thailand, the Philippines, and the Congo over about 40 years.
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.