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Okay, so the phrase isn't as absolute as it sounds - it's not that dramatic.
On the other hand, I honestly relate to this phrase. My first conference was NMUN-New York. At this conference, I have to admit - I felt nervous, timid and scared. There I was, a little 18-year-old, about to get her first taste of a MUN conference. I had never attended a MUN conference before and NMUN is known to be one of the most prestigious conferences in the world. Even scarier, I was about to sit in a conference room at the Sheraton in New York with almost 400 delegates. The first day of the conference came. With all of that said, I tried my best to participate - luckily, I had my partner to motivate me. As an experienced delegate, she pushed me to talk to and work with as many people as possible. I followed her directions and I realized, maybe NMUN won't be so bad after all. It's fun! With this mindset, I succeeded in the conference. I met so many people from other schools in the U.S. and other countries and two years later, I still keep in touch with some of them. That first MUN conference was an experience I won't ever forget.
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