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KULMUN 2016, being the first MUN of which I have been a member of the Executive Committee, has taught me not only to be patient; it has helped me learn how to be a good planner. When there are a 100 things to think off, you need a well overview on things to keep them in order. And while I always thought I was someone who would much rather work in team than alone, having to fulfill tasks not only with many but also by yourself has made me mature quicker than I ever could have imagined and I’m undefinably grateful for this.
Alongside the development and improvement of these - in the MUN world - valued skills, I noticed how certain conferences attract a different type of MUNer than others; KULMUN, being a smaller one, is more appealing to those who seek cosiness, highly active debates and lots of fun during the socials. However, as every MUN, it also offers a great environment in which you can grow.
Basically, here's the thing: organizing is a different experience. Sure, it takes time. Lots of it. Sweat, too. Maybe some tears or blood, but in the end, it is the most fulfilling thing you could do. Everything I’ve learnt until this far, I’m taking with me to TGIMUNC to make it into the best conference I have ever been part of. That’s why I’m inviting everyone to soak up the lovely culture of India together with me in beautiful New Delhi; apply here: tgimunc.com/apply/.
Looking forward to having you there!