The 3 Most Important Abilities that Children Should Have
1. Knowledge of languages — the more you know the language, the more you are a person, there is such a word, and it is natural that it is relevant today. The reason, of course, is communication and getting information. Knowledge of foreign languages in terms of communication allows you to communicate with foreigners, work with them, and in terms of information allows you to receive information in other languages, listen to podcasts, useful programs, read books, etc.
2. Speaking in front of an audience-it will be difficult for a restrained child, and the ability to speak allows you to keep the audience, speak attractively, firmly, gives a tone of trust and, most importantly, convinces the audience.
3. And the third is the ability to negotiate, to negotiate — if you look at life from the outside, then negotiations and agreements on how people come to a common denominator are at the heart of everything, from which the well—being of many follows, starting with work, ending with business cooperation, etc. Everything is based on negotiations and agreements.
Therefore, first of all, it is worth paying great attention to the introduction and development of these three abilities