“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
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
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 …
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 :)
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’?
Similarities between a good teacher and a good marketer.