- Anonymous1 month ago
Knowing how to speak.
Knowing how to read.
Knowing how to write.
Knowing how to count.
Knowing where you are.
Knowing how to return home.
Knowing how to OBTAIN money (lawfully).
Knowing how to drive a vehicle PROPERLY.
Learning how to respect yourself.
Learning how to respect others.
Learning to be courteous.
Shall I go on?
- Coach SimonLv 71 month ago
You can't learn ALL the useful skills, so go for those you are good at. Languages? A sport activity, something scientific, drawing, cooking..... Some people specialise, others have the ability to have many different skills. Get to know yourself well and do what you are comfortable with and can also be of use or benefit to others.
- MarkLv 71 month ago
How to cook, how to sew, how to rewire things so you will not get shocked (or killed).
- jimanddottaylorLv 71 month ago
Many, many skills. learning to walk, talk, tie your shoe laces, typing, and 1000 others are very useful, but I expect you know them.
The useful ones in your life will depend on the line of work you enter, the kind of life you lead and the people that you associate with.
Learning how to speak in public to a crowd of strangers would be fairly universal.
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- 1 month ago
doing laundry and how to escape jail