Month: December 2018

Celina Celeste: Topic Talk – Learn More to Earn More

I’ve brought Celina Celeste back on to talk about learning more to earn more. I originally had done this podcast about May of 2016, but it’s time to see where I was and where I am today, including Celina’s journey! Get in touch with…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 43 – Vocabulary – Collocations with Get

We’re going over get¬†collocations today! Lots of words are paired with “get,” and here are some of them. Get angry Get in trouble Get behind you Get started Get good grades Get help Get the message Get upset Get in shape Get wet Complete…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 42 – Speaking – Agreeing/Disagreeing (Intermediate)

Welcome back to another episode and welcome back to my first played audio in a WHILE! The last time I did this, it was in season 1. So, with that being said, we’re going to be talking about famous cities and discussing whether or…

Interviewee #027 – Gerri Cortez on Thailand & Personal Brand Building

Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Gerri went through a mid-life crisis before being inspired by a friend’s physique. She then ventured off to Phuket Thailand where she was only supposed to stay for 4 months, but then it turned into 5 years. After…

Wealth: Goals for 2019!

Yes, I’ve past over maybe a half-dozen of other blogs in relations to goals for 2019, but here I am bringing you my wealth goals for 2019! Emergency Fund I will be jump-starting a course on the Grow2Gether Academy this upcoming January 5th, and…

Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust: Season 4 – Episode 10 – Be Open! – Old Job Mayhem

We’re back with some more Stephen Covey! I’ve been off for a couple of weeks because of the crazy schedule, but I’m back and on fire as always. In today’s blog and podcast episode, it’s time to talk about being open. You’ve probably been…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 41 – Vocabulary – Homophones

Hello, everyone! I’m now bringing to you some intermediate homophones! Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings. For example, compliment and complement. You can usually determine which word is being used by its context. Flying Singapore Airlines must complement the…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Pronunciation – Numbers in American/British English

So, while I was teaching my student from a Cambridge designed book yesterday, I couldn’t help but realize some of the numbers they said in the recording that kind of annoyed me.¬† Not distinguishing between 13-30 could be tragic, so I decided to make…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: TOEIC – Reading Practice Part II

Welcome back, everyone! It’s been a long time coming, so I decided to bring back some reading for you guys and it’s going to be a little difficult to go back and forth on pages. Make sure you tune into the note I wrote.¬†…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 40 – Grammar – Present Conditionals (Intermediate)

Welcome back! I’m bringing back a more intermediate form of conditionals today, but this is essentially a review for the majority of you out there who haven’t found this podcast on my spotify. In conditional sentences, like I said a long time ago, one…