An elevator pitch is a great way to introduce yourself and make a lasting impression on your listener. It opens the door for future communication and helps you sound memorable within a short period of time.
If you have ever asked yourself , "How do I politely tell an English speaker to wait?", then this is the blog post for you. We answer why and how to do this correctly. This article is helpful both for business and non-business settings. Check it out!
Running an effective English meeting is important, but there are many different approaches to do this. Learn some simple, applicable tips you can start to use today!
Asking questions in meetings can be tough, even for native speakers. For non-native speakers, doing it in English can be a nightmare.
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Formal meetings have a special vocabulary. Many of the words seem simple, but the meanings may be different than what you expect.
If a conversation is going in a new direction and you want to return to a previous point, you can circle back.
In business, it’s very common for discussions to be directed away from the main point as new ideas, issues, or related topics come up. If you would like to refocus everyone’s attention to the main point of a discussion, you can circle back to it.
You can use this expression as a statement or a question. Here are some examples of how to use this phrase:
The Law of Triviality describes how people often waste time focusing on small things instead of the important ones. We might be meeting to approve plans for a nuclear power plant, but we spend most of the time arguing about what color to paint the bike shed.