“Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.”
Language studies & making mistakes: How to deal with being corrected all the time …
Have you ever come across someone, a native speaker who you wanted to talk to in their language, and they kept interrupting you every single time you made a mistake, or they just reverted back to English whenever you took a little more time to gather your thoughts, not letting you express yourself and practice…… Continue reading Language studies & making mistakes: How to deal with being corrected all the time …
The number 1 skill every small business owner has to master
The number 1 skill every small business owner has to master who wants to run a profitable business is … marketing. It is a vital skill that can make or break any business. There are so many creative people I know who have an amazing product or service on offer, yet they struggle to make a sale. They get…… Continue reading The number 1 skill every small business owner has to master
El Camino … Part 3: The joy of being out of control
It’s been some time since I last published about our experience on the El Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage walk we did earlier in September, beginning of October 2016. It’s December now, two days after Christmas, busy as usual with business, preparing for 2017, and I decided to wrap up this year by writing…… Continue reading El Camino … Part 3: The joy of being out of control
El Camino … Part 2: Dealing with the burden
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
El Camino – Part 1: Our Why
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
Why do I call myself a ‘language coach’?
I get this question whenever I get new inquiries. Good point – why not language teacher or trainer or tutor? Here’s the answer: In my classes, I do so much more than teaching: My duty is to get the best out of you, to inspire you and guide you along the way to reach a…… Continue reading Why do I call myself a ‘language coach’?
What a day in Wimbledon taught to someone who doesn’t know much about tennis
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