Early Access Podcast – Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Season 6 | Sales | Meeting Sales Targets & Planning a Meeting

As an online entrepreneur/trainer, it’s vastly important to forecast and look for new opportunities. Now that I have two markets where I’ve attracted hot-prospect customers (students/clients who are very adamant about getting a high-score on their test), those are new areas of opportunities.

If anyone is in sales, it’s also important to forecast and look for referrals for new opportunities, which I discuss along with another ‘played audio’ within this particular podcast.

This particular podcast will debut to the public in a month’s time, so if you want access to it today, join my Patreon!

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Arsenio’s Business English Podcast | Full Introduction to Season VI | What to Expect

BOOM! General English is finished! Business English is HERE! We have finally finished general English and now we’re moving into five seasons (which will probably total 2-3 years) worth of Business English, English for Specific Purposes (such as marketing, HR, supply chain and management, professional development, interviews, corporate finance, investment)…and much more. I know, some of you are probably saying “well, I’m not in business because of my age and what I do)….but to be honest, you’re going to get more out of these seasons than you did with general English because this will be more relatable! Tune into what’s in store for this upcoming season!

BUSINESS ENGLISH PODCAST | interviewee | Hernan Sias | Business Bros Podcast | Developing Your Skillset

Back in late March when the entire world began their quarantines, I brought a teacher-friend of mine by the name of Hernan Sias back onto the ESL podcast. Oh, not the ESL this time, but the Business English podcast. In the midst of all the chaos, my body wasn’t reacting well to the shutdown and it felt like I was confined to nothing. However, during the beginning of the closures were a series of interviews that made me realize that this is one of the glorious moments in history for those “I only have a job” type of people to finally wake up. Hernan talks about an array of topics, including starting a podcast, preparing yourself during the quarantine, and how you can develop skillsets. You guys won’t be disappointed, so make sure you hit the link down below!

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Business English Podcast | Investment | Episode 003 | All Levels | Retirement Planning

Business English podcast is back! And it’s back with a BANG!

I know, some of you are saying “retirement?! I’m trying to survive!” However, when your fight-or-flight system is engaged, your perception of life could also be foggy. This could be dangerous because you don’t have the end in mind/keeping your eye on the prize. When the dust is settled, dozens of countries will be trillions in debt; Disney has furloughed tens of thousands of employees; airlines have collapsed; and it continues to get worse.

People are saying “life will never be the same anymore!” Yeah, maybe it’s time for you to change your game. Perhaps it’s time for you to stop working for someone and begin working for yourself. We’re living in interesting times now with lots of downtime and time to also develop skills. So, it’s time to start thinking things through.

In the business english premium podcast, which is available down below in the link ($10 dollars a month or $100 dollars a year) you’re going to hear me discuss about retirement planning, emails from people who are looking into investment advisors, and also be able to work in potential groups and discuss different retirement products for a specific individual. And, after all that is finished, a listening!

Don’t miss out! My business English podcast is FIRE!

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Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 94 | Reading | Suburbs of The Future

Here we are with a long reading (listening) that’s going to help you in a number of ways. The most important aspect of this podcast is understanding and identifying similarities and differences between multiple viewpoints. This can help you form a broader understanding of the topic being discussed.

Despite the lure of bright city lights, it is the suburbs which account for the highest percentage of population growth. We asked four leading futurists to give their opinions on the changing face of suburbia.

Sarah Kalensky, regular contributor to The Forecaster

As suburban populations grow, so too does suburban sprawl, leading to more and more people commuting into the city for work, shopping, and entertainment. However, the future looks different. Sprawl is making way for density as an approach to suburbanization. Developments aim to provide housing, offices, shops, and other facilities in one area so that residents are no longer required to use their own vehicles to get around and commuting hours are reduced. As a result, the cost of maintaining infrastructure, including roads, could fall by up to 50% per capita according to some.

New developments are likely to provide apartments and houses of varying sizes in the same area, which will allow single people, couples, and families all to reside there. However, properties will need to be affordable, a task which developers have struggled to accomplish in recent years. People on lower incomes have regularly been priced out of the market, making predictions in this area difficult. Even if housing is affordable at first, the longer-term impact may not be quite as desired. Once first-time buyers sell their property on, the price — determined by market forces — may be considerably higher than the original purchase price. The types of people who were originally able to live there are priced out of the market and the area becomes middle-class, with people from similar backgrounds and with similar incomes levels. Those on lower incomes or from different backgrounds are excluded. As well as price, construction companies must also consider the local geography before they commence with the construction of buildings, to ensure they are as ecologically sustainably as possible. Homes no longer need to rely on unsustainable energy to run — they can even be carbon-neutral, although this of course depends on sun and wind levels in the area. Companies must be aware that what works in one area may not necessarily be successful in another.

The rest in the podcast down below!

Skillful Level 4

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Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 64 | Phrasal Verbs | Academic Collocations

Welcome back to some more collocations! Always excited to bring you guys more phrasal verbs, so let’s get into it before we do the reading!

Complete the table down below with the words in the box.

ample  beyond   growing    hold(v)   hypothetical    in
into   lend    of   on   pose   prevailing   provide   voice(v)   wholehearted
Verb + nounprepositions + nounadjective + noun
to _______
evidence
_________ the evidence
of
ample
evidence
to _________ the
view that
in view _________ the fact
that
the __________
view
to ______
some doubt
to prove beyond doubt that________ doubt
to ___________
support to
to come out _________ support of________ support
to pose a
question
to call ___________ questiona __________
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Rich Dad Poor Dad | S5 – E16 | In Summary about Homes

In summary, the end result in making a decision to own a house that is too expensive in lieu of starting an investment portfolio impacts an individual in at least the following three ways:

  1. Loss of time, during which other assets could have grown in value.
  2. Loss of additional capital, which could have been invested instead of paying for high-maintenance expenses related directly to the home.
  3. Loss of education. Too often, people count their house
    and savings and retirement plans as all they have in their asset column. Because they have no money to invest, they simply don’t invest. This costs them investment experience. Most never become what the investment world calls “a sophisticated investor.” And the best investments are usually first sold to sophisticated investors, who then turn around and sell them to the people playing it safe.

I am not saying don’t buy a house. What I am saying is that you should understand the difference between an asset and a liability. When I want a bigger house, I first buy assets that will generate the cash flow to pay for the house.

My educated dad’s personal financial statement best demonstrates the life of someone caught in the Rat Race. His expenses match his income, never allowing him enough left over to invest in assets. As a result, his liabilities are larger than his assets.

70,000 plays for my ESL Podcast. THANK YOU!

Wow! Not to be negative, but Buzzsprout did screw me over on this. Not only did they give me false hope when I got 2,000 plays in a day, but then they took away the plays and completely stalled the consistent climb to stardom. Pretty disappointed in that.

But other than that, this is another wonderful and monumental moment. I’ve gotten a lot of attention over the last year and a half, and after a passing of the torch (past my personal development podcast play count in less than half the time) I’m now making a steady climb to the 100k club. WOW! 100k plays or downloads!

How grateful would I be! However, today is just about being grateful for the now, the present, and who I’ve influenced around the world.

Big News! Pronunciation Course Debuting This Week!

Don’t worry, I’ll be sharing a blog and link to that. I’m absolutely ecstatic about having created my first ever course that will be ready within a couple days. This is Phase 1/5, with the other 4 phases coming out over the course. If you’re interested, just contact me in the links down below.

Ebook Following Suit

After doing my my course, I want to quickly shift focus back to my TOEIC grammar ebook and make it available to the public. Both of those will be available here on my website, too.

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Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 5 Introduction (Advanced Level)

WOW! 1.5 five years and 4 seasons later, I’ve reached the biggest level of them all: advanced. I first began at the elementary level before going into pre-intermediate, small segment of intermediate, and then upper-intermediate. Now we’re here at the most difficult season of them all. Here’s what you’ll be hearing throughout these podcasts.

Grammar: Concessive clauses, contrastive structures, inverted conditionals, transitive & intransitive verbs, infinitive phrases, parallel structures, nominal clauses, participle clauses, verb patterns.

Writing: anaphoric & cataphoric referencing, delinquent behavior in teenagers, practice paraphrasing, essay topics: fight against overpopulation, business reports, commenting on sources, reference lists, argumentative essays, direct quotations for your writing, impacts of social media.

Speaking: review and improve your use of phrases to keep a discussion going, learn to deal with issues resulting from group work, practice referring to other speakers during presentations and discussions, persuasive arguments,

Other skills: vocabulary, reading, life skills, guest speakers, etc.

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Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 134 (Season Finale) – Pronunciation – Linking Same Consonant Sounds

Here’s is the ultimate finale! It’s been an unbelievable season and I’m so grateful for all of you who have stayed with me on this journey. Let’s top this season 4 off with a BANG.

When we link one word with the next, sounds shift, change, and/or get dropped. As a result, phrases like them all/the mall, light green/like green, and let her/letter sound almost the same.

  • Class schedule
  • We’ll schedule
  • Take control

What happens when you like a final consonant sound to a beginning vowel sound.

  • Beautiful eyes
  • Clean up
  • Job offer
  • Bad day
  • Business school
  • Check it out
  • Class schedule
  • Come back
  • Log on
  • Look good
  • Need time
  • Pick it up
  • Speak clearly
  • Think it over
  • web based

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