Feedback Is Easier To Give Than To Receive, But Is It Always?

Last week, I talked about how if you’re needing to improve your English speaking skills over the next 2-3 months, make sure to ask yourself the right questions, use the appropriate resources, and make the time. Now I’d like to add: Place great value in...
One Quick Tip To Speak & Be Better Understood In Spoken English

One Quick Tip To Speak & Be Better Understood In Spoken English

Let me ask: Have you ever paid attention to your lips, mouth, and jaw when you communicate in spoken English? Have you ever paid attention to how your mouth moves when you speak in your first (or second or third) language? I recommend taking out a mirror. What do you...
One Secret To Efficiently Improve Your English Pronunciation

One Secret To Efficiently Improve Your English Pronunciation

If you look at the English pronunciation roadmap that I posted in April, you can see that my global English-speech training programs typically concentrate on the specific sounds (vowels and consonants) and rhythm features (stress & intonation) of spoken English....
What’s Does Your English Pronunciation Roadmap Look Like?

What’s Does Your English Pronunciation Roadmap Look Like?

If you are wanting to improve your global English speaking skills, having a specific roadmap makes the most sense. This helps with not only training direction but also with the measurement of improvement. People ask me, If I work with you or sign up for one of your...