Business communication skills are important for professional life as well as academic life. In the professional world, business communication helps managers and supervisors deliver information to their subordinates in a way that is the most effective and motivating for them. On the other hand, employees learn from business communication how to interact with their colleagues in order to get a sense of belongingness to the company they work for, and how to provide feedback or submit their work to their supervisors in an impressive way. In academic life, business communication teaches us how to make friendships when competition is intense. It makes us learn how to balance out between personal relationships we make with our peers and the academic competition we have to win in order to get good grades in relative marking. This is because, by studying business communication, we learn what information to share among our peers and what to keep confidential to have an edge over them.