English Lesson: Livestream (06/14/16)

New Vocabulary: calling stressful restless rebound Grammar Mistake: Don’t confuse nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Communication Tip: Don’t try to change people’s minds with a “hard sell”. Let them come to the conclusion on their own.

English Lesson: How to Use “Doubt”

Remember, there’s a difference in vocabulary when you, yourself, express something and when you describe a situation. In this English video, here’s how that comes into play with the word “doubt”. The word doubt means to not completely believe. Maybe you want to, but there’s some hesitation involved. Sometimes, the hesitation can be very strong, andContinue reading “English Lesson: How to Use “Doubt””

Communication: Like Driving a Car

Riding the momentum of the New Year, I wanted to take a moment to expand on a theme from The Architects of Aesthetics‘ about being consistent. How you start doesn’t matter as much as just getting started. After that, it’s just a matter of time spent traveling down the road. When it comes to effort andContinue reading “Communication: Like Driving a Car”

Podcast: Golden Habits

The sound of your own voice is always jarring, isn’t it? Even without worrying about the science behind it, the fact of the matter is you never sound the way you think you do. This goes for everybody. Thanks to countless hours of creating and editing my own podcasts, I’ve gotten over the shock (and disgust)Continue reading “Podcast: Golden Habits”