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Lesson Posted on 05 Feb Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Tips To Improve Spoken English

Mark Anthony Joseph

The importance of English cannot be overstated in this highly competitive world. Practising speaking is one of the most entertaining and satisfying aspects of learning English. Once you are able to speak little English, there are a number of ways to improve your English Speaking skills quickly while... read more

 

The importance of English cannot be overstated in this highly competitive world. Practising speaking is one of the most entertaining and satisfying aspects of learning English. Once you are able to speak little English, there are a number of ways to improve your English Speaking skills quickly while having fun too. In this article, we have shared some excellent tips to help English learners who are looking for spoken English material for beginners to improve their spoken English while having great time learning.

  • Speak, Speak, and Speak!:

Speak as often as possible to as many people as you can! Do not be inhibited to make mistakes! The more you practice the better you will become. Regular practice also makes you confident and you will improve your pronunciation and vocabulary too. It should be noted that speaking is a skill like learning a musical instrument or a new sport. The only way to learn something is to actually do it!

  • Improve Your English Pronunciation:

Good pronunciation helps people comprehend your spoken English clearly, even if you do not know many words. There are various levels of pronunciation, and English learners can reach those levels to improve their pronunciation and become an effective English speaker. You can practice your pronunciation.

  • Listen to More English:

Most English learners read too much and listen less in English. If you want to improve your Spoken English, then spend more time on listening English. You can listen to the audio while you read the text and then read the text aloud, trying to reproduce the articulation you heard in the audio.

  • Learn Real Conversational English Skills:

If you are in the early stages of English learning, then learn real conversational English. Do not limit your knowledge to “proper” or book-taught language. This is because native speakers do not speak textbook English. They use a lot of idioms and figures of speech when they speak.

  • Use Subtitles:

Learners can use Podcasts to listen to English frequently. You can also turn on the subtitles if you feel they are essential.

  • Keep a Diary with you:

Keep a diary with you all the time. You can use this diary to express your ideas in English. Your brain needs to learn to ‘think’ in English, in order to speak and communicate in English effectively.

  • Do Interesting Activities in English:

Doing various activities in English can help you greatly. You can take a cooking course in English or join a book club! You must do anything you enjoy doing and ensure you communicate it in English. Talking in English about things you enjoy will make English practising a positive experience.

  • Have a Debate in English:

Have a debate with your friends on the topics that interest you in English. Try to use as much vocabulary as you can to get your point across and listen to the other arguments carefully so you can argue against them effectively.

  • Use a Dictionary:

Online dictionaries come with audio examples so you can check your pronunciation and there are lots of great dictionary apps that you can take everywhere with you on your Smartphone. Make sure not to become too dependent on these tools, though. Say the words first, and then check to see if you were right!

  • Watch English DVD’s:

We recommend learners to watch DVDs more than TV. It’s better to use something that you can watch over and over again to grab the information you might have skipped the first time. On the other hand, watching TV only gives you the opportunity to perceive sound correctly. This is a good option for high-level students. It can be a great practice for speaking to native English speakers so you don’t have to inquire them to say again themselves!

  • Read Graded Books:

English learners must read graded readers. These books are particularly written for your level. After reading a whole novel, you will feel great. Children’s books have easier words and are an excellent choice for graded readers. Not only this, newspapers too are a great source to discover submissive constructs. Read through an article and perceive if you would be able to discover the inactive sentences.

  • Read to Understand the Meaning:

The purpose of the reading should be to read for the general meaning first. You do not need to worry about understanding every word. But you can go back and look up new words. If you don’t understand a word in a sentence, look at the other words around it. They will give you a clue and you can try to deduce the importance from the context.

  • Don’t Translate:

Do not translate into English from your own words. Think in English to advance your fluency. Talk to yourself. Just like driving a car can be learned through doing it. You cannot learn English from a book. The most natural way to learn English is through talking.

  • Brainstorm Ideas:

To become a better English speaker, brainstorm ideas and thoughts and write them onto a paper without worrying about grammar or spelling. After writing, you can think about the sentence structure. Finally, read it through or you can give it to someone else to check for mistakes.

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Life Skills Coaching Tuition/BA Tuition/Personal Growth And Development Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

How To Replace A Bad Habit With A Good One: Actionable Steps You Can Start Right Now

Ritu Mehta

Career Coach and Counselor / Life Coach I can help you - 1. If you are a student, want to talk...

You want to change. You know you have to change. You don't know how to get started. Keep reading for next steps. Here you go: 1. Try replacing a bad one with a good one instead of focusing on eliminating bad one completely. It is also good to know what gave birth to the bad one in the first place.... read more
You want to change. You know you have to change. You don't know how to get started. 
Keep reading for next steps. Here you go:
 
1. Try replacing a bad one with a good one instead of focusing on eliminating bad one completely. It is also good to know what gave birth to the bad one in the first place. For example, if you find yourself spending a lot of time on social media then maybe you do not have challenging enough goals right now. You have free time and hence you are killing it on the internet. 
 
Think about it, if you are driven enough to complete certain chapters/tasks by the day end then you will not have inclination or time to go online. 
 
Challenge yourself and get going. Aim big.
 
2. Plan ahead: If you know already that you reach out for junk snacks and you are trying to eat clean right now, then buy only healthy snacks. You cant eat what you don't have in stock. You will end up eating what is easily available to you.
 
3. Increase your awareness about yourself, your environment and your trigger points. If you end up drinking too much when you meet the certain group of people and hit the bar, then you got to fix your environment. Choose your company wisely and kill the trigger points of habits you are not so proud of. They say you become like five people you hang out the most. Your inner circle and their lifestyle are very critical in determining your environment. If your parents, siblings, friends are into fitness, there is a very big chance that you are health conscious too. 
 
4. Announce your goals and find support in your inner circle. Or seek the company of people who have same goals as you. Hanging out with like-minded people will keep you inspired and challenged. 
 
5. Forgive yourself if you slip up once in a while: You just have to go back to your new routine and not quit. Pick the learning or trigger of doing so and move on. All of us make mistakes. Making mistakes is okay and acceptable. Getting back in the game is important. 
 
All these steps help you only if you are aware of your gaps and determined to work on them. Awareness comes from deep and honest introspection. Go for it without beating yourself up. Get to the bottom of your behavior and change in behavior, track it and work on it. Come on, it is not rocket science for sure. Now all you need is a dash of passion and persistence.
 
What is that habit you can't give up? 
 
Let me leave this inspiring quote here for you to think about - ''We are what we repeatedly do'' - Aristotle.
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Answered on 23/11/2017 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Kiran K.

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Hi, Fahad, Don t feel self-conscious about pausing. Interviewers expect you to pause and think before answering complex questions. If your pause starts to feel awkward, it s okay to say something like, That s a great question. I just need a moment to decide on the best example to share.
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Lesson Posted on 06/11/2017 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training +1 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Presentation Skills Training less

Role Play

Deepak Sharma

After completing MBA, I have started an eCommerce company. I have outstanding analytical and leadership...

Lesson: 1 (What’s your name?): A: "Excuse me, What’s your name?" B: "My name is Deepak. What’s yours?" A: "Sanjeev." B: "You speak English very well." A: "Thank you." B: "Do you know what time it is?" A: "Sure. It’s 10:30 PM." B: "What did you say?" A: "I said it’s... read more

Lesson: 1 (What’s your name?):

A: "Excuse me, What’s your name?"

B: "My name is Deepak. What’s yours?"

A: "Sanjeev."

B: "You speak English very well."

A: "Thank you."

B: "Do you know what time it is?"

A: "Sure. It’s 10:30 PM."

B: "What did you say?"

A: "I said it’s 10:30."

B: "Thank you."

A: "You’re Welcome."

Lesson: 2 (Asking Directions):

A: "Hi Sanjeev."

B: "Hi Deepak. What’s up?"

A: "I am looking for the airport. Can you tell me how to get there?"

B: "No, Sorry. I don’t know."

A: "I think I can take the subway to the airport. Do you know where the subway is?"

B: "Sure, it’s over there."

A: "Where, I don’t see it."

B: "Across the street."

A: "Oh, I see it now. Thanks."

B: "No problem."

A: "Do you know if there’s a restroom around here?"

B: "Yes, there’s one here. It’s in the store."

A: "Thank you."

B: "Bye."

A: "Bye Bye."

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Lesson Posted on 26/10/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Power Of Coaching

Manjiri J.

I am the founder and proprietor of my coaching firm in Bangalore, known Reivent Coaching and Consulting....

Story: Fox and the grapes: We all have heard the famous fable about the fox and the grapes in our childhood. A fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a tree. Being hungry he jumps at the hanging grapes but misses. He keeps trying and jumps repeatedly, but cannot... read more

Story: Fox and the grapes:

We all have heard the famous fable about the fox and the grapes in our childhood. A fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a tree. Being hungry he jumps at the hanging grapes but misses. He keeps trying and jumps repeatedly, but cannot reach the grapes. Finally, he gives up and goes away saying” The grapes were probably sour anyway”.

Let us stop for a moment and think about this. The fox wanted the grapes and made an effort to reach them. He had the potential and strength to reach them. So what is one thing that could have enabled him to reach those grapes?  What would have made a difference in this situation of him wanting those grapes and he being able to reach them? What do you think?

What can make a difference?

Coaching can make a difference!

“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them” - Timothy Gallway.

Coaching is a powerful tool that aims at rocketing individual performance and achieve outstanding results.  It also enables an individual to experience transformation and sense of well-being, joy and fulfilment.

Coaching is one of the fastest growing service industries today and Sheila Maher and Suzi Pomerantz state that [ International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, 2003, 1(2), 3-11.] “It is clear that coaching is not a fad and it is not new. Coaching is rooted in a range of philosophies and practices that can be traced back to Aristotle, Buddhist thought, Gestalt theory, and various gurus of ontology and business.”

Coaching is an effectual process that involves a partnership between two people. In the process, there are conversations within a context that leads to awareness, reflections, realisations, actions and results. Coaching is not a motivational tool. It is a process where the coach supports, encourages and challenges you to think differently.

In simple words, coaching encompasses the journey between where you are to where you want to be.

Who is a Coach?

  • A coach is a partner that helps you develop and tap into your strengths, maintain sustained efforts and stay focussed.
  • A coach is a resource that helps you clear your lens and have more clarity in your vision.
  • He is like a sounding board that listens to you from a deeper level as you think through ideas and produce results.
  • A coach is a space that provides stillness as you see different perspectives; attend to your deepest fears and your internal conflicts.

There are different kinds of coaches such as Sports, Fitness, Performance, Life, Executive, Health coach and so on.  Every coach works differently, based on his area of expertise.

What does a coach do?

A coach helps people produce excellent results at work and in life. He believes that people have limitless potential and works with those who are willing to work on themselves and wish to engage in the process of change, transformation and success.

A life coach helps individuals experience a sense of well-being and personal transformation by addressing various areas of their life. What does that exactly mean? Probably this might be a question in your mind. Let me share a couple of examples here.

I had this opportunity to work with a friend of mine. After more than two decades of working in a role, that he claimed was his passion, was suddenly finding a sense of dissatisfaction at work. He believed it was because he was not experiencing the freedom to work the way he wanted.  In the coaching sessions he discovered that he did have the freedom, so where was that sense of dissatisfaction coming from?  As I worked with him, his deeper thoughts unfolded. He realized, he wanted to earn more money, and through the sessions, he clearly saw a belief that was holding him from generating more money. Just knowing what was really causing the struggle within him, set him free.  With this insight, he then created a goal that motivated him and felt purposeful. We then created a plan and structure for him to achieve that. That’s the potential of coaching!

A challenge that one of my clients had was lack of confidence while speaking to people. He was aware that his voice trembled while speaking to people and that he spoke irrelevant matter while answering. Through our coaching conversations and few NLP processes what changed for him was that he started believing in his ideas and thinking. He began focusing on the conversation and not on his internal dialogue or the idea of impressing people. He got muscle into his conversations when he began expressing his own thoughts, insights and ideas. That’s the power of coaching!

Similarly, an Executive Coach helps professionals, leaders, managers to improve their performance at work, achieve organizational goals, progress in their career and find a sense of joy and purpose at work. Here I would like to share one of my significant coaching experiences.

“One of the challenges that I faced as a leader in my organization was the team not maintaining discipline in the processes involving paperwork and response to the internal communication. I struggled for a very long time and had several flight and fight scenes at the office.  But when I worked with a coach, in just one session, I became aware that I was trying to fix a leak where it was not happening. Some other part of the pipeline needed plumbing. That Aha moment threw me into a spiral of actions. The processes smoothened out and today I share the best relation I could imagine with my team.”

We all have limitless potential:

  • Currently, are you looking at achieving some goals? If you are, then do you have clarity about what you truly want? Is it just a hazy image or just a lingering thought in your head as a “maybe” plan?
  • Is there any challenge that you are facing and think that this is how it will be? Really? Does it have to? Think again!
  • Have you started working on something and are wondering if your direction is right?
  •  Do you wish to bring change in some areas of your life, certain behaviours, or an emotion, but are not sure how? If you are experiencing moments like these, then you can certainly benefit from coaching.

In fact ”you” are the most powerful ingredient that makes coaching brilliant. When you step into the coaching space with an intention and single-mindedness of working on your growth, improvement, success and fulfilment, magic happens. What you focus on expands and gets stronger!

So looking back at our story of the fox reaching out to his grapes as a metaphor, do you think he needed a coach? I don’t think he needed one. But if he truly wanted those grapes and wished to expand his potential a notch higher, then a coach would have certainly enabled him to tap into it.

“You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great” - Les Brown.

Move, jump, leap and keep that smile on!

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Lesson Posted on 04/10/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Tips for Writing Impressive Business Emails

ABHISHEK SAHA

The Prestigious ??National Award Winning ?? and ??People Choice ?? Reputed Corporate Expert Mentor...

Business emails are a formal communication. Following tips to write an impressive business emails can help us in communicating better. TIP 2 TIP 3 TIP 4 read more

Business emails are a formal communication. Following tips to write an impressive business emails can help us in communicating better.

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Lesson Posted on 04/10/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Why eye contact is important to your performance?

Radha Chawla Chawla

I am an MBA - HR and possess rich experience of working with various mktg. /mfz and educational organizations....

Sam sat opposite me. He was tall, lean and smartly dressed. My first impressions were good. So that was a tick in the box for him. His CV highlighted his skills, expertise and knowledge for the marketing job I was recruiting for. I was looking forward to this interview. If he performed as well he looked... read more

Sam sat opposite me. He was tall, lean and smartly dressed. My first impressions were good. So that was a tick in the box for him. His CV highlighted his skills, expertise and knowledge for the marketing job I was recruiting for.

I was looking forward to this interview. If he performed as well he looked and described himself, he’d likely get the job.

 

But…

 

Unfortunately, the interview didn’t pan out the way I had hoped.

 

As I asked him questions, he would answer them without looking at me. At first I put it down to nerves, but as the interview went on, it kept happening.

 

Even when he asked me questions at the end, he didn’t look at me when I was responding.

 

I thought, ‘this is odd’. I felt rather uncomfortable.

 

I quickly decided that Sam wasn’t who I hoped he would be. He most certainly wasn’t going to be joining us.

 

Why?

 

Because he didn’t make eye contact with me once during the interview. And that made me feel uncomfortable. It didn’t feel right.

 

Eye contact is an extremely important non verbal communication. It’s important to get it right.  Too little or too much can give off signs that make the receiver feel uncomfortable.

 

My First Sales Lesson

 

One of the best pieces of advice I ever received was:

 

‘You have two ears and one mouth, so use them in those proportions.’

 

In other words listen at least twice as much as you speak.

 

Why then if we listen with our ears are our eyes that important? Well, for starters it’s hard to have a conversation with someone who avoids eye contact with you.

 

Lack of Eye Contact

 

Numerous studies have found that those don’t use eye contact tend to be:

 

Hiding deceit

Masking emotions

Insecurity

Unprepared

Less believable

Less confident

Fearing rejection

Is that how you want to come across in your interviews? Absolutely not!

 

The Importance of Eye Contact

 

So what have studies found for those people who maintain eye contact. Well, they are usually perceived to be more:

 

Reliable

Warm

Sociable

Honest

Confident

Personable

Likeable

Qualified

Skilled

Competent

Valuable

Sincere

Emotionally stable

Amazing how one simple body language technique can help you so dramatically.

 

Additional Benefits of Eye Contact

 

There are some important additional benefits to maintaining eye contact.

 

  1. Respect – eye contact demonstrates respect for the person talking.

 

  1. Interest – it demonstrates interest in what someone is saying. Looking away comes across as aloof.

 

  1. Appreciation and Understanding – you can easily and quickly convey appreciation and understanding with your eyes – without having to say anything.

 

  1. Connection – eye contact generates a powerful subconscious sense of connection between two people.

 

  1. Concentrate – maintaining eye contact helps you concentrate on the conversation (active listening). It helps your mind from wandering.

 

  1. Belief – it demonstrates a believe in what you’re saying.

 

  1. Sustained Eye Contact – can make you feel more assertive.

 

  1. Stature – by looking in someone’s eyes for 3-5 seconds, your speech will naturally slow down and you will sound more presidential.

 

You don’t just have to use this in interviews. You can and should use it in everyday life too. And that’s the perfect place to trial, test and hone your skill. That way eye contact in your next interview will come very naturally.

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Lesson Posted on 21/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Real-life Steps For An Awesome Presentation

ABHISHEK SAHA

The Prestigious ??National Award Winning ?? and ??People Choice ?? Reputed Corporate Expert Mentor...

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Lesson Posted on 21/09/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

4 Steps To Construct A Fantastic Presentation

ABHISHEK SAHA

The Prestigious ??National Award Winning ?? and ??People Choice ?? Reputed Corporate Expert Mentor...

4 Steps To Construct A Fantastic Presentation PLAN PREPARE PRACTICE PRESENT
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Lesson Posted on 30/08/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

The Etiquette Mystery (Part 1)

Manjiri J.

I am the founder and proprietor of my coaching firm in Bangalore, known Reivent Coaching and Consulting....

What is Etiquette? Have you encountered a situation where you have finished a long shopping spree and as you are waiting in the queue at the billing counter the person behind you seems to be bumping and kicking at you with his shopping basket? As the lift stops at your floor, people jump in and... read more

 

What is Etiquette?

Have you encountered a situation where you have finished a long shopping spree and as you are waiting in the queue at the billing counter the person behind you seems to be bumping and kicking at you with his shopping basket?

As the lift stops at your floor, people jump in and you have to squeeze your way out?

You are enjoying a meal with your date at a restaurant and the adjoining table has seated a loud family who is ruining your evening with their noise?

At the medical shop as you are being served, someone barges in roughly next to you and demands the attention of the store keeper?

What would you call these? Annoying, rude behaviours? Yes, they are and imagine what would happen if we all did this? Well, Thank god we don’t because there is something called as” Etiquette” which we follow and that helps maintain civility in the society.

Etiquette is an evolving set of rules of behaviour applicable in a situation. Experts have laid down etiquette rules right from embarking a lift, the use of a washroom, your business grooming to writing an email/letter. Etiquette covers almost every area of our life and this code of behaviour helps us maintain good relations, reduce conflicts, and show respect to others.

My Training Experience:

When I got into the training and facilitation business I was quite excited to conduct Business Etiquette workshops. Even today the subject is very close to my heart maybe because I love having rules, and what I find wonderful about them is they do not differentiate between individuals. However based on the country they do alter a bit.

In my sessions, the dining etiquette raises a lot of eyebrows. Many people assume that the term etiquette is a western elitist concept. But it is not. Experts have written rules about how to treat or behave with people in a situation or use a facility based on the principle of showing respect and being kind to others, and that is Etiquette. Nothing snooty about it or is it?

Many do not like the term rules so I refer to them as guidelines, and someone has most aptly called them as guidelines for sensible living. Did you know both manners and etiquette are actually two different terms? Manners are more about general guidelines on behaviours while etiquette speaks of specific behaviours.

Why is Etiquette important in Business?

For a business to function well it is important to have pleasant cordial relations at work and etiquette helps you to build good relations. Etiquette in business is much more than just saying Sorry, Thank you and Good morning. It is about intentionally extending courtesies like guiding a visitor in the office premises, holding the door for someone or attending to a client/vendor immediately who has walked in with an appointment. It is also about refraining from abruptly keeping the phone down, speaking loudly in the open office sitting space or borrowing your neighbour’s stationery without permission. They collectively contribute towards forming the image of the company as polite dignified behaviours have their own merits. At an individual level, they guide you to be polite and feel confident on any occasion.

If we know the guidelines, why don’t we follow?

When I began conducting workshops on Business Etiquette for professionals and fresher’s, I attempted not to sound like a rule book by keeping it as realistic as possible. The clients used to have a great time understanding and clarifying their doubts especially with dining etiquette. But the post-training feedback spoke about the lack of consistency from the participants. I wondered why?

I used to have discussions with the top chiefs of companies who wanted to arrange etiquette programs for their juniors. The behaviour of their teams was impacting the culture within the organisation and also the brand image. However during the meetings, few of these same bosses have made me wait even after having an appointment, have placed business cards on the table instead of handing it to me, slurped on their tea, sat in the chair at an angle facing away, scolded their juniors in my presence, not responded to emails and many more. I would like to believe those seniors had good knowledge of etiquette based on our interaction, but what stopped them from doing those appropriate behaviours?

Each time I travel, I am appalled at the way some well-dressed; tech savvy, educated women behave at the ladies security counter. They push their way through the line saying “excuse me “in a commanding tone since their flight has been announced or break the line to grab the trays and place their gadgets like as though those are the last few left on the planet. I am sure they notice it when others do this, don’t they notice themselves?

I have caught myself being curt a few times. Stood very near to a person in a queue or have been distracted with the mobile while the other person is speaking. How did I miss it?

No one wakes up in the morning, looks in the mirror and says, “I think I’ll be rude today”. Most of us think of ourselves as polite, but when we’re in a hurry or dealing with strangers we don’t always use the manners we know we should.

Why do we overlook our manners/etiquette at times? What happens? What do you think?

Will share my thoughts in my next lesson.

Till next time,

Think deep, live the moment!

 

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