Being a journalist is nice. Now that you work for the BBC it will be good for you to learn how to be one.
If you become good at it you will be able to wear a hat with a little card stuck in it. The little card will say PRESS and you will be very proud.
But you won’t be a journalist yet.
There is much to learn!
And there is more to it than just wearing a hat with a PRESS card stuck in it.
The first thing is that you must learn to be honest.
This does not just mean that you must not steal sweets or toys. It means that you must make sure that…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/