In the past
During the past months the students and I have studied different vocational subjects. I really enjoyed the process of working together and the byproduct is that now I know more about the world of work too. Anyway, the most important lesson I’ve learned isn’t a particular knowledge of some topics, what I can now deeply understand is the importance of giving a chance. One way to give a chance to others is not being afraid to show your true self and being comfortable with showing some vulnerability to establish true connections. One way to give a chance to yourself is willingly embracing new challenges and raising the bar, and then valuing more your eagerness to put yourself to the test than the perfection of your results. Also, I’ve come to realise the fundamental role of soft skills in our lives and the impact of our capacity to encourage, sympathise and be there for others. This positive vision is what I want to take with me from now on.
Besides, in my free
So these days I struggle between the desire of taking advantage of the mild weather and the self-imposed obligation of studying. My Cambridge English exam will happen in three weeks time and that is starting to worry me a little. It is been 6 years since I last took any kind of exam, therefore I am a bit concerned about having lost the feeling of it! Moreover, even though I feel that my English has improved a lot, specially talking on the phone and catching what native people say to each other, those are abilities that are not really useful in a test, so let’s see what happens…