Wow, if you were on my early access membership, you would’ve gotten this months ago. Nonetheless, today is one of the most brilliant podcasts on how to write the based Independent Essay Introductions! This is a comprehensive breakdown on how to do it and this was from a TOEFL Preparation Class a very long time ago. Let’s get it in!
Another phenomenal video is here! Here’s another great sneak peek in navigating the detailed questions, and to be honest, these are the easiest ones because it’s all about keywords, elimination of answers, and putting the text — quickly — into your own words.
We’re back with another sneak peek! Today’s is on the essential information questions, a question that so many of my students, especially those from Spain, have asked for. So, let’s deep dive into it! Remember, this is only a snippet. Want the full course? Until March 11th, it’s just $30!
So many things to talk about in regards to experiences. These are great talking points to establish small talk, too. In today’s podcast, you’re going to get a variety of verbs, adjectives, and hear my story-telling along with it! This is only Round I. Oh, and be sure to follow me on IG for the challenge!
You’re in luck! Normally I circulate this around with my coaching students, but I wanted to make this episode specially available for the public to see the overall speaking 2 structure and how I break down everything from the opening paragraph, passive voice, transition, phrases and proper note-taking. This is as good as it gets, so sit back and enjoy!
Do you set boundaries? Do you know how to just say “no?” When people approach you at work, do they offload their problems, schedules, and things into your schedule, causing more overload and overwhelm? From aggression, to making them feel bad because they did something in the past for you — and I’m here to say loyalty comes with an expiration date. In today’s podcast, I break EVERYTHING down that you will hear, things that are good, and another two-part series will be debuting!
Although some of them weren’t the best, in today’s podcast, I break down the different types of influencing tactics that you can use when managing up, sideways, or down. I also provide some really good insight into “putting yourself in their shoes.”
We’re finally here! Part B has arrived, and I’m grateful to be debuting this to you! Extended conversations, the pesky side of Part B that so many of my followers have been asking for, is here. In today’s podcast, I’m going to give you an introduction, and in the next podcasts, it will become increasingly increasingly difficult. Just giving you a heads up! HA!
We’re back with a FULL introductory video! In this lesson, you’re going to hear me break down segments in regards to answering questions about plans, topics and problems. In the next lesson, which will be available only for my course students, will be the break down of 15 dialogs. Get ready!
In today’s podcast, we’re going to do a test to figure out what type of decision maker you are. Now, with the questions, the majority of mine are ‘yes’ and ‘no,’ but the more “it depends” you put for your answers, the more indecisive you may be. Here’s a break down of it all!