Why I’d never refer to my clients as ‘students’​

I have a mixed relationship with the word ‘student’ in the context of my work. I’m a language teacher: a German and Hungarian language trainer and coach. I run a boutique language training company called ProLingua Global. My typical clients are executives in the financial services industry.  They turn to me not necessarily because they NEED … Continue reading Why I’d never refer to my clients as ‘students’​

Need inspiration for language learning? Head over to ProLingua Global

I'm a language teacher first and foremost, yet, recently, I've hardly shared anything here in my blog related to language learning. The reason for that is that I'm trying to keep this a personal site here, where my goal is to share lessons learnt on my personal, professional and entrepreneurial journey. But I don't want … Continue reading Need inspiration for language learning? Head over to ProLingua Global

Simplicity

"The obvious is that which is never seen until someone expresses it simply." Kahlil Gibran, Lebanese-American writer, poet and visual artist (1883-1931) Great teachers are masters of expressing complicated things in a simple way. As are great copywriters. Or mentors who hold a mirror to you. I'm wondering what other professions can you think of … Continue reading Simplicity