No matter your goals, remember to make them specific. It’s okay if they seem a little self-centered: these are personal goals, after all; they’re supposed to focus on you. Living the kind of life you have always wished you could live isn’t as far off of a dream as you might have thought.
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On this site, we have tried to take the intimidation out of the essay-writing process by providing step-by-step guidelines that we and our friends found useful in our own application processes. While we concentrate on Statements of Purpose for graduate schools, this site will also be of some use to undergraduate applicants and to those writing essays as part of the application process.
This web site was developed by CAST, Inc. through a subcontract agreement with the American Institutes for Research's K-8 Access Center: Improving Outcomes for All Students. Funding was provided by the . Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) under cooperative agreement #H326K02003.
For the purposes of this article, the terms 'body language' and 'non-verbal communications' are broadly interchangeable. This guide also takes the view that body language/non-verbal communications is the study of how people communicate face-to-face aside from the spoken words themselves, and in this respect the treatment of the subject here is broader than typical body language guides limited merely to body positions and gestures.
While you may not want to reveal all of your deepest, darkest secrets to the world, you do want to create a connection with your audience. This audience might be the world at large, a specialized industry, or a particular group. It does not matter how large your audience is, but what does matter is how you connect with them. Being authentic and true to yourself will only help you succeed in the long run.