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- Greet Your Audience At The Door Before You Start Your Next Speech
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- How I Learned To Stop Nagging My Kids And Start Motivating Them
- Five Things Serial Killers Can Teach Us About Confidence
- How To Get Into Exclusive Parties And Clubs Without An Invitation
- How To Manage Your Seething Rage Productively
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Dear Lifehacker, I am moving into a new place and the place has VDSL2 cable internet – hooray! However, the modem supplied only has one output on it, and I am planning to connect five devices to it. Am I best off purchasing a wireless router and attaching that to it, or hunting for a wireless VDSL modem?
The Coalition government has taken a severe credibility hit after switching its policy on Gonski school funding from “we support it” to “actually, we don’t support it” (AKA lying right before the election). Whatever your politics, it’s a textbook example of how being accurate with your language usage is important.
Public speaking isn’t easy, so it helps to have every trick in the book at your disposal to beat your fear. The next time you have to speak in front of an audience, you might want to introduce yourself to them at the door, suggests Dumb Little Man.