Both me and Mr Ferenczi are very protective of each other, our families, our values and belongings, our everything. We knew that packing for the EL Camino was not going to be easy, and left everything literally to the last minute: We bought all the hiking stuff on the day before the journey. Adventurous and … Continue reading El Camino … Part 2: Dealing with the burden
End of September this year (2016 that is), me and my other half embarked on a 300km journey on foot, from León to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, through treacherous mountains and dry, stony plains, beautiful hills and deep forests, picturesque towns and abandoned villages - looking for ... well, not sure what. We had … Continue reading El Camino – Part 1: Our Why
German & Hungarian Language Coach, Marketing & Communication Strategist, Author, Blogger, Entrepreneur – that’s what you’d find on my business card today. Some people say that it’s perhaps a little too much. Well, I tend to disagree :)
Last Wednesday, we visited Wimbledon to see the British Johanna Konta (born to Hungarian parents!) to play the Puerto Rican Mónica Puig on No.1 Court. This would have been our first ever tennis experience thanks to a dear friend who surprised us with two tickets. However we didn’t see one single tennis ball yet alone … Continue reading What a day in Wimbledon taught to someone who doesn’t know much about tennis
In other words: How to communicate effectively who you are and what you do … Whether you run your own business, maybe just starting out or you work for a company, the way you introduce yourself directly influences the way people perceive who you are. Yet, most people find it incredibly hard to answer this … Continue reading Answering the question ’What do you do?’
To sum it all up in one sentence: It all depends on your learning style, personality, your availability, desired learning pace and location. In this article, I’ll explore the pros and cons of both so you can decide what fits you best. Learning in a group class Pros: There is usually a real supporting atmosphere … Continue reading Group class vs One-to-One – is there an ideal format for language studies?
Thinking about starting to learn another language? Or maybe you want to brush up on your existing language skills? If you make the decision and go for it, let me tell you: You're in for a fantastic ride! You’ll expand your horizons and contribute to your personal development in ways you couldn't even imagine. What … Continue reading 12 (not so obvious) benefits of learning another language
I couldn’t agree more with the brilliant Marie Forleo. So here is her bit of wisdom, one more time: "Clarity comes from engagement, not thought." I tested this idea in the past month, and can confirm it’s super true! These are the 9 lessons I’ve learnt since starting this website/blog a month and a day … Continue reading 9 Lessons I’ve learnt since starting this website
Similarities between a good teacher and a good marketer.
I just came across this sentence and it struck me. How true – in our case, for sure! A little history When I was a child, I started to read before going to school. I was fascinated by the beautiful shape of letters and that they actually stood for and meant something. Bit by bit, … Continue reading Books can change your life