World Teachers’ Day

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”  /Albert Einstein/ On this #WorldTeachersDay, I’m grateful for all the teachers, mentors, coaches, colleagues, supporters I’ve had and continue to have – including my clients who all teach me, inspire me, keep me on my toes and empower me…… Continue reading World Teachers’ Day

The secret to staying committed – especially when you’re not seeing the results

Have you ever struggled with staying motivated and remaining dedicated when it comes to learning a foreign language or in fact, learning anything? Have you ever been in a situation where you set yourself a specific goal that you wanted to achieve, but it felt like you didn’t make much progress? If so, then this…… Continue reading The secret to staying committed – especially when you’re not seeing the results

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 …

So Gabi, what exactly do you do then?

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 :)

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’?