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    What to Do When You Hit a Plateau in Your English Learning

    ‘Hit a plateau’ means to stop growing or improving at something and feeling like there is no more progress coming. It’s very frustrating because you’ve been putting a lot of effort into learning and developing your English and your improvement was fast and noticeable, and then there is no change whatsoever. You hit a plateau. […]

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    How to Express Your Ideas in English

    Have you ever been in a situation where you had a great idea, but you just couldn’t find the right words to say? Instead, you started talking gibberish, ended up embarrassing yourself, and failed to deliver the point you wanted. Later, after the conversation had ended, you knew exactly what to say. Hmm, too late. […]

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  • 5 Steps to Learn the English You Will Use the Most

    When thinking about where you should start your English learning journey, think carefully about the most common words and phrases YOU will use. This is super efficient, and it’s also why following English coursebooks is generally a terrible idea. Why? English language books are targeted at everyone and no one. What should I do then, […]

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  • Do You Have Limiting Beliefs about Learning English?

    First of all, what are limiting beliefs? Limiting beliefs are things we believe and tend to say to ourselves that are limiting our potential of doing better. They are usually what we think about ourselves. The most common limiting beliefs start with “I am”, “I am not”, “I don’t” and “I can’t”. 1. I have no one to […]

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  • Three Steps to Grow Your Career as a Recruiter

    As a recruiter, you might feel that you spend way too much time trying to improve your English, only to continue having trouble expressing yourself clearly and confidently.

    You’ve watched Netflix in English, studied grammar books, and even spent money on courses promising better English in a short amount of time.

    However, you’re still not at the level you want to be in your career.

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