Level Up Your English Game
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Is this you?
- Do you get nervous when you need to speak English?
- Do you feel that you’ve missed out on opportunities in your life because of the feeling that your English is not good enough?
- Do you feel that once you have a deeper understanding of how English should sound like, you’ll feel more confident to use it? To achieve this level of confidence, do you need guidance, structure and feedback from someone who knows exactly what you’re going through and can coach you through the struggles and frustration?
If so, this program might be
just for you.
what is this program all about?
How would you like to walk into a job interview, an important meeting or even Starbucks, and say what you have to say without feeling self-conscious or frustrated.
Maybe you’re just tired of not fully understating your friends or colleagues? If someone has a bit of a dialect; Southern, Australian… forget about it.
Or watching your favorite TV series and feeling completely helpless if there are no subtitles.
Perhaps you’re OK with your English but you want it to shine when you speak. It’s not too much to ask.
You know how fluent and sharp you are in your first language
and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t feel as free when you speak English.
It IS Possible!
You are yet to make many breakthroughs in your life.
It’s all a matter of motivation and focus.
Are you ready to make a
breakthrough in your English?
If the answer is ‘yes’, I’d be honored to guide you through this journey.
Now, you might have already tried different training programs, learned from YouTube videos, or purchased online courses. You might have started a program but never had the patience or motivation to finish . Maybe you did complete some training programs and felt an improvement afterwards, but it didn’t stick. Maybe you’ve done so many things that have helped, but you’re still not able to see the bigger picture.
Here’s the thing: It is not that you just don’t get it.
There’s no such thing as not being talented in learning a language.
It’s just that you haven’t found the right program that will sweep you off your feet and make you fall in love with English.
what it’s like.
I’m not a native speaker. I’m Israeli-born and Hebrew is my first language. When I moved to the U.S. at the age of 21, I had really good English but I still had an accent. At first, I didn’t want to be recognized as a foreigner. I changed my name to JULIA (sorry mom), and never mentioned my Israeli origin. But I still couldn’t avoid questions like: “Oh, where are you from?” Or, my favorite: “I love your accent! It’s so exotic!” Really? Cause I don’t.
When I enrolled in acting school, it was even worse. I couldn’t figure out the rhythm of the language which made me always sound so different than the others. I knew in my head how it should sound, I just wasn’t able to make it.
I kept thinking – if only I could say that in my first language, oh then I would show them how talented I am!
At some point, I realized that feeling sorry for myself is not going to advance me in any way. Also, I was lucky enough to come across the right coach who took me under her wing and guided me through my accent training. I still hear her voice in my head when I teach.
I felt the change
When I started the training I was shocked at how simple everything can be when it’s broken down to small pieces. Once I knew how to listen to English and what to focus on, I started to get better. Something that was once overwhelming and vague became feasible and easy to practice. It took a few more months of practice, but suddenly I stopped getting asked, “Where are you from?” on the streets. Instead I got: “Oh you’re not American? Wow, I couldn’t have guessed.” Snap!
Of course, once I felt more confident about how I sounded, my English improved. I would give myself the permission to speak more, the words were more accessible and I’d be stuck a lot less.
I can’t tell you the sense of accomplishment I felt.
I realized that if I set my mind into something, I could do anything.
I’m not saying all that to brag. I’m telling you all this because:
- I know what it’s like. I’ve been there. I understand exactly where you’re at and what you’re going through.
- I can show you exactly what it takes to get to the other side.