As I’ve told you guys before, I’m going to go over every individual category in the Wheel of Life over the course of this month until Christmas. Today, I’m beginning with Romantic Relationships because it’s the easiest category. I must say that I made a number of mistakes at the beginning of the year. To … Read more Wheel of Life | Year In Review | Romantic Relationships | 2
What a journey. April and May were significant hits and some of the most worrying times of my life. Thai officials threatening to ban me from the country because “I didn’t have a visa, and a lot of other things that culminated in regards to a Singaporean trip and work-related stress, such as lack of … Read more Wheel of Life: June 2019 Edition – Back on my Feet
Perhaps the storm of the century? After being stopped, for whatever reason it may have been (of course — it’s Thailand) at immigration, it threw my life into a whirlwind. I was scrambling to set up what should’ve been done last year. If it had fallen through, my time in Thailand would’ve been up. With … Read more Wheel of Life: May 2019 Edition – Weathering the STORM
Being from America, the country that has the most constipated citizens in the world (close to 60 million of the population), I seriously through rice was good for digestive health. When I first started living in Thailand, my diet was absolutely horrid — consistent of fizzy drinks, 7-11 food, and constant KFC. I was afraid … Read more High Fiber Foods & Why White Rice Doesn’t Work
Taking the plunge means just diving in the deep — if you know how to swim. I’ve taken many plunges in my life, and one of the first biggest presentations I had ever done was at SCG in 2016 when I had to host an email writing workshop with another colleague in front of a group of 85 posh (lol) employees. That was nerve-racking, but after 5 minutes, I eased into it. Since then, I’ve been on TV (BIDC), TOEIC workshop in front of 300 university students, HR Managers at top banks, etc. So, if you’re one of those people who do have an upcoming presentation, how can you ask for help? Tune in!
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We’re back with another interview! In today’s segment, I’ll be breaking down what this CEO has to say and the advantages and disadvantages of using technology. Also, the great debate about telephones and how cordless phones went out of business. This is the third-to-last episode of this season! Episode #40 will be the conclusion, and what an amazing ride it has been! Let’s dive in!
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Because of big tech companies and social media giants, all of which are clamping down on disinformation, older generations are pointing fingers at why the internet is so bad. Conspiracy theory-pushing YouTube channels have a free-flowing cesspool of comments stating, “I got off social media 3 months ago; best decision I’ve ever made.” Yet, you’re still on social media, on YouTube, commenting and sharing your opinion?
There are two sides of a talisman that you must pick up every day — PMA and NMA. One is being positive and the other one is being negative. The ample amount of opportunity that’s readily available to everyone who knows a specific skill online — is something we’ve never had in our past.
If you could fully utilize and use the inter, social media platforms and other pieces of technology to help better humanity, then you wouldn’t be part of the pity party.
Have you ever started something that you didn’t know would be very beneficial to humanity? I have — and it’s this podcast. When I started it just over 3 years ago, I had no idea that it would be the number 1 TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS podcast across all big platforms. I found a niche market, provided a service, and now I have an amazingly growing community.
In today’s podcast, we’ll be discussing just that, and big achievements throughout our lives.
We’re back with a wonderful special! In today’s podcast/video/blog, I’ll be diving into the wrong choices of the words mentioned above! Super excited about this one because it will be going live first on my IGTV. So, make sure you’re following me in the link down below!
I got the message just minutes before noon, “due to the recent COVID outbreak, the company isn’t allowing outsiders on the premises. We will resume activities on May 5th.”
It was a gut-check and an idea that was played with by a friend of mine. “What if they stop?” she said. “No way!”……I retorted. But they did. So now what?
Well, anticipating bad news, bad days, things that might trip you up throughout the day, or even news like this will help you navigate these FEAR storms. Myself? I went proactive and executed follow-ups. Hear how you can allow your best self to show up during stressful times.
Here’s the last of the four-part installment! I hope you guys benefited from this as much as I did! Every month I will feature students from different countries around the world to come on and showcase their stuff. If you already aren’t following me on IG, you should! The COMMUNITY is AMAZING! In saying that, let’s do Ozone Layer!
Here it is! No more excuses about “I can’t take notes.” This one is going to help you in more ways than one because my wonderful Moroccan student was able to, with handwriting, jot down a massive amount of notes and categorize them. Let’s dive into it!
We’re back with a FANTASTIC breakdown of the speaking question 2. Some of you are still confused about how to take reading notes. I’ve heard a Thai student, who you will hear next month, state conflicting information. In this episode, I break down the reading, and we go really deep in detail about the others. Let’s dive into it!