Personal Things You Wanted To Know About Me

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A little while ago I invited you to ask questions about me. I didn’t think I'd get too many questions but I was surprised to have receive dozens of awesome questions, and in this episode, I’m going to answer a bunch of them:)

You’ll hear about how I met my husband, my life as a social activist, my biggest failure, my plans for the future, what I do with my hair (not much) if I miss acting and much more!

It wasn’t easy for me. As an introvert, I don’t like to talk about myself much.

Besides, I’m here to share knowledge and help YOU with your English and not to speak about myself.

But I decided to do it because I believe that it’s important for our communication and the connection that we have.

In your emails and DMs, you often share your stories (and I’m grateful for every single one you send me) so, it’s only fair that I share mine.

I hope that this episode, my most PERSONAL video ever (!), will make us even closer!
Let me know in the comments (or in emails) if you feel the same)

Want to know more about my English teaching journey? Tune in to my podcast's episode Why I quit acting and became an accent coach.

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12 Comments on “Personal Things You Wanted To Know About Me”

  1. Dear Hadar, You are just a great artist. Only a real artist are capable to speak individually to each of her listener and personally touch them. Thank you so much for that great present to each of us. and only a great artist can transform depressive episodes into artistic achievements. Laszlo

  2. After 2 exhausting days, I just wanted to listen and relax. After listening I need to say sth.Thanks for sharing your experience. I don’t want to go into details, but I totally feel encouraged by your answers. It’s for life and English learning. it feels like wind under my wings. It’s important to know that you have struggled at some point. Like we do. I have a lot more thoughts, but I’m too tired. Hope you can understand what i wanted to say.

  3. Si su cabello es puerco y desordenado que es la parte que se ve, como seran las partes que no se ven. Tomate un poco de tiempo para lucir major. Puerca

  4. Hi. I enjoyed listing to you as you were answering personal questions. That was really fun.keep up your good workFariba

  5. Very good, you are a source of inspiration for all “non-natives” to seek the fluency in English and share your normal life makes us feel more motivated to achieve this goal. Keep it up, please!

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