Trick #3. Conversation skills are essential for success in personal and professional life. These skills don't develop on their own but require continuous practice starting from an early childhood. Children used to practice their conversation skills while playing outside with friends. Unfortunately, today's children spend most of their free time on cell phones and playing video games. This takes away from opportunities for social interaction which is essential for developing their conversation skills. Therefore, many children today are lacking the most basic conversation skills which negatively impacts on their social interaction and self-confidence. The trick I shared in this video blog has helped many children to take a more active and confident role in conversations.