5 cool tips by Vannarath Chea

5 cool tips by Vannarath Chea

How to present yourself with confidence
The more confidence you have in yourself, the more likely you are to succeed. So when it comes to giving a presentation, you’ll do better with a confident attitude. Before you present, write down what you’re going to say on a piece of paper so that you can review everything easily. Then, make sure you rehearse beforehand, so you can gauge your body language and give yourself the practice you need. Finally, think about your tone of voice – speak with a good volume and remember to go slowly. Also, take pauses and breaths so that the audience can keep pace with your presentation. All in all, the more you practice beforehand, the more confident you’ll be speaking!

How to make a good application for ACCE
The ASEAN Cross Culture Exchange at Korea, or ACCE, is a great opportunity for all Cambodian students looking to improve their knowledge of art and music in Asia, as the program is looking for students to showcase Khmer culture on stage in South Korea. For the basic requirements, you’ll need to fill out an application and submit a photo, certificates, CV and recommendation from a professor who teaches you in music or art. For the application, you’ll need to write an essay and also inform ACCE of your background in the arts. Use www.grammarly.com for help with your writing. Make sure your CV is complete with information regarding your education, work experience, skills and special accomplishments. If you need any help, contact me at [email protected].
Don’t miss this chance!


How to control your anger with the positive method attitude
The positive method attitude is a behavioural theory aimed to provide the best solution possible when anger arises during personal conflict. When we hold on to anger, we tend to blow small things out of proportion. But if you want to be a happier and more peaceful person, then let go of your anger. Let other people be right. You’ll experience stress relief and a joy in seeing others satisfied. You’ll also notice that people around you will become less defensive and more loving towards you – they might even reach back. This will give you the inner satisfaction of knowing you’ve done your part in creating a better social environment for everyone.

How to select a good leader
With the upcoming elections, we all need to think about how to choose a good leader. A leader should be able to take a high level of responsibility, be able to solve problems, and engage in activities that develop and improve the nation. Finding a great man or woman to be a leader is certainly not easy, but we can look to their knowledge, achievements, visions for the future, and programs in which they look to implement. No single leader is perfect at everything, but we can still find a sound leader that we can trust and connect with for Cambodia’s bright future.

How to get involved in your community
Many young Cambodians still wonder what community service is, or how they can get involved. Most involved tend to be a small group of university students willing to help their country. But, everyone should get involved if they can. Ask yourself, are you willing to help your community? Are you committed and responsible? If you are, then use your ability for social change. Take extra time you have to give back to your community and you’ll be surprised at how much you learn and grow. You’ll get tonnes of personal experiences, connections and rewards from putting your valuable time into bettering Cambodia.

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