Tag: speak

Speed of Trust: Season 4 – Episode 38 – Create Transparency

Behavior #3 — Create Transparency — is about being open. It’s about being real and genuine and telling the truth in a way people can verify. It’s based on principles of honesty, openness, integrity, and authenticity. I also like to include the principle of…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Developing Speaking – Negotiating & Collaborating

I’m bringing negotiating and speaking back for one week! Maybe two. Just for these last couple of weeks. Upper Intermediate will surely have it, so stay tuned for that! Here’s a speaking bank and talking about different jobs in the world. 1. What do…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 54 – Presentation Skill – Managing Questions

That’s right! I hope you guys are excited about this new installment. Since I’ve given so many presentations, and having a massive interview come up, I want to start delivering different things and implementing a little personal development into these lessons that will help…

Arsenio’s ESL Facebook Live Lesson: Episode 002: Writing – Mechanics & Capitalization

My ESL students have spoken, and I decided to deliver.  Here is the first episode on writing! Because this is going to be about basics, I want to let you guys know in advance that this is writing for Pre-Intermediate students.  The majority of…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Special – IELTS – Improving Fluency & Coherence

Welcome back, my students of the world! It’s time to go over two criteria that the examiner will assess you on in terms of speaking: Coherence & Fluency. The notes that I recently showed you in the last live coaching will help you organize…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Special – IELTS – Speaking Test Basics

Hello, everyone! Free IELTS Coaching on Facebook live was this past Sunday, but now I decided to do a YouTube video and a podcast on what I covered on there! This normally debuts every Sunday at 7am Bangkok, Thailand time — unless something happens. …

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 6 – Pronunciation – Ignoring The Consonant in Speech

Yes! A lot of my students have asked this question, so here it is, along with some sentences for you to repeat out loud.  This exercise will enable you to take out the unnecessary, second-to-last consonant, which is impossible to say. Let’s go over…

Emergency Vacation: Singapore!

Yes, you read it right! Because of ridiculous rules at immigration and me just simply not wanting to inject anymore of my hard-earned money into this economy, I decided to take (literally) a one-day trip to Singapore. As you probably already know, I’ve had…

Chief Factors Which Enter Into The Development of An Attractive Personality

First: Form the habit of interesting yourself in other people; and make it your business to find their good qualities and speak of them in terms of praise. Second: Develop the ability to speak with force and conviction, both in your ordinary conversational tones and before…

Dale Carnegie + Tedx = How To Keep Your Audience

So, I’m going to post a variety of videos today in regards to how public speakers can deliver a remarkably powerful message to keep the audience. We know how a lot of speakers are: monotone speakers, talkers, bores, we have a wide variety.  Dale Carnegie…