There are an array of different hotels in the world, whether it’s the capsule hotels that use up every square meter in Japan, to the massive resorts that take up acres of land in different countries around the world. At Gatwick Airport, they have YOTELS, which are tiny-spaced hotels that are meant to be luxurious. Have you stayed at one? Let’s break them down and compare them!
To top off the culture-clashing, problem-week, I’ve brought on my favorite Business English teacher, Ebru, to dive even further into the concept. This podcast has it all: from our personal experiences, to what to do, and even job interviewing questions. We will give you cues on what you see during the job interview, what questions to ask, and other techniques in the workplace. Enjoy!
We’re back with the ultimate podcast! After covering communication breakdowns, it’s time to start developing that inner coach and obtain some qualities, formulas and other tools on how to problem solve your way out of any situation. Tune in, people!
Today’s podcast is going to be a situational one where you hear a couple of individuals within a company ‘pass the buck’ around. So, when this happens, you need to figure out a way to tackle the problem, and if you have someone in your department that knows how to do follow-ups, have meetings (successful ones), and others, you know they may be getting paid the big bucks. If there isn’t a manager within your company or a voice within your household who do not possess these leadership characteristics, it’s up to you to develop them and make a career out of them! Let’s dive in!
Whether you’re at a seminar or your first-ever meeting, how do you initiate a conversation? Most of you find it daunting to do so and believe me, I was that same person back in my freshman year of high school. This was with my BAND MATES! Now, I’m a phenomenal conversationalist because I look at context clues, relate, use gambits and send jolts of energy and positivity in the initiation. In today’s podcast, I’ll teach you the basics of how you can do this in the world of business.
A ridiculous author wrote a book with one of his children in regards to “being lazy is great” and how “lazing around is great for long-term health.” Well, COVID begs to differ. News media around the world was telling us to stay home and not move when in actuality, brisk walks help strengthen the immune system. Being lazy makes your body lethargic, and will very well lead to underlying illnesses. However, academics say that being lazy is great and you shouldn’t work out. You guys know how I feel about these subjects, so in today’s podcast, I’m going to help you and identifying bulls***. Lol
I was invited into a group full of Business English Podcast trainers/coaches, and I was fortunate enough to meet Ebru — a business English trainer in the UK. Oh, there’s so much in this podcast, from her moving to the UK, to learning a lot from her father that inspired her to establish the Growth Mindset. We also did a speaking activity to shine some beautiful life on our past experiences (relatable to IELTS Speaking Part II) and her Rite of Passage in Vietnam (such as what I had in Da Lat two years ago, too). This was a ray of light, and I hope you guys enjoy this!
From a perspective of a teacher, it really all depends. I networked within a company and landed some massive opportunities 5 years ago, but I was confined just to that company. When I began networking, presenting at different companies, and became the number 1 trainer in regards to Business English in Bangkok, Thailand, that’s when I got follows and job opportunities from people I had never met before.
From a podcasting perspective, back in 2019, that’s the last year whereas I networked with over 80 entrepreneurs, having just a mere 4 on my friend’s list today (lol). But the amazing insights I got throughout the course of those two years were phenomenal.
How important is networking in your company? In today’s podcast, we’re going to hear from a Belgian, Norwegian and Spaniard.
It’s so hard to discuss what work-life balance is, but with the dangerous culture of “hustle and close your eyes for ten years while working extremely hard,” it needs to be discussed. The burnout culture is real….so if you want to dive deeper into that, make sure you check out my personal development podcast. Nonetheless, I think freedom of choice is absolutely the most important thing towards building happiness. With choice, you can turn down things, say when you’re not going in, deny projects, and learn to just say NO. In today’s podcast, we’ll be diving into EVERYTHING.
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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.