When you say you’ll do something, do you try to actually do it? If the answer is “Yes!” then you know something about accountability already. Today you’re going to learn to talk about this essential business topic.
Writing in English is a great way to become more fluent so that you feel confident in business situations. But did you know that writing can also help you reach your business and professional goals?
You have goals for the next year. But… what if focusing on your goals is not the best way to accomplish what you want? And what if you focused on systems instead?
Did you know the smartest way to learn Business English phrases? Surprise, it’s by practicing phrases that are related to one topic.
Time to work on speaking English at work with a fun topic that will stop you from feeling too serious: Office Christmas party traditions!
You want to advance in English–and your business communication skills. You practice a lot. But are you doing the right things to make your English as advanced as you are in your work? And how do you stay motivated?
If you follow entrepreneurs or companies on LinkedIn, you probably have seen the phrase “Build in public” recently.
Sometimes you need an English coach to help you improve your English at work–fast.
What if you suddenly needed a better level of English to do your job? You’d probably wish you had an English coach around to give you advice.
Can you learn English by watching TV series? You’ve probably asked yourself this question or even tried to learn English with TV series on your own before.