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The question I would like to discuss with you today is "How can I improve my writing skill?" I know, our topic in this episode deviates a little from the topics we usually talk about. But hey, despite the fact that soft skills are the more glorified one, hard skills are also just as important to help you succeed in life. So does writing skill. There are a lot of things that one needs to learn in theory when we are talking about honing our writing skill. Among those things, a few of them are essential regardless of your field of work and expertise. Now writing, just like other skills in the world, comes with a spectrum of mastery. Professional writers lie somewhere on the advanced spectrum, since it is practically the basic requirement of pursuing that profession. But what we see in this modern world, is that almost every profession will require at least a basic writing skill, though indirectly. In most cases, it might not determine your overall expertise in your job, but it can definitely help in giving plus points and cranking up your success. So, it won't hurt to learn some basic writing skill, right?
The question I would like to discuss with you today is "Do I talk too much?" Chances are, at this point, you already see some signs within you that may imply the presence of too much talking behavior. However, you wonder whether it is something valid, or just a feeling. Fact is, it can be hard to know for sure. The ideal way to really know is, of course, to hear it right from the source, which is other people's opinion. I know I talked a lot in previous times about not letting other people's opinion dictate your life. But in the case of validating an overly talkative behavior, we can't deny that this situation mostly affects the way people see you and not the way you see yourself. We are now talking about keeping harmony in our social life. And that's why, people's opinion plays an important role in being the source of truth. Unfortunately, this method might not always be feasible to every person in any situation. So, if you are lucky to have the chance and circumstances to ask directly, do it. But if this is not applicable in your case, this episode can help you in giving some examples of strong signs that you can actually see for yourself. When combined, these signs can suggest a strong case that the case of overtalking is valid for us.
The question I would like to discuss with you today is “Do people think I’m childish?" Imagine having someone called you childish right in your face. That must not feel good, right? Some people find this label very annoying, since it is not just an attack to our direct personality but it might also feel degrading at the same time. When someone calls you childish, they are basically saying that you are not at the same level as them. You are lower. Not always true, but at least that is how it makes us feel. But, as we probably have heard several times now, who you are is not defined by other people. So, just because people assume that you’re childish doesn’t mean that you actually have a kid-like personality. Sometimes, it is just the small things or habits that you do. One habit doesn’t define your complete personality. Who you are, is self-defined. When people call you childish, rather than being mad and defensive about it, take it as an opportunity to validate your self-definition by asking an introspective question towards yourself. The question is, if I disagree with what they say, then what are the things I did that can make people mistakenly see me as childish?

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