I personally thought that asking too many questions

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me the most was that it is expected for you to ask a lot of questions and make a lot of mistakes. I personally thought that asking too many questions at work is not good because everybody will eventually assume that you don’t know anything and therefore you might end up losing your job. I gained exactly what I needed from this course. I used to be a science major so I did not know much about always trying to be professional and attending presentations all dressed up. The dress up contest that was organized in class was a real eye opener for me. I thought that dressing up professionally was as simple as just wearing a suit with some low heels and little jewelry. I did not know that it required so much little details such as the material of the suit or whether or not you are wearing pantyhose that match your skin tone underneath a dress up pant. One thing that you can benefit from professionally dressing is that it gives you more confidence and the more confidence you have, the more people will respond to you positively. Now I know how to professionally dress, which can potentially increase my chances of having a positive first impression. This course thought me some lessons on how to work in teams. I did not like working with other people because it sometimes results in some sort of conflict or argument,
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which can be very annoying at times but putting us in group to work on a presentation helped me to enhance my teamwork skills and how to handle different personalities and work as a unit. It
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