6 Ways To Sound More Confident In English (Even If You’re Not!)

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Let’s say you have a job interview tomorrow morning.
And let’s say you haven’t reached your English breakthrough just yet, and you feel a little insecure about your English (and by little I mean you’re so anxious you can’t sleep).
Since you don’t have enough time to become 100% fluent overnight, but you have to look confident to get that job – here’s what you’re left with. You gotta FAKE IT.

But how can you fake confidence?
Glad you asked. In this episode, I’m going to share with you 6 things that will make you sound and appear powerful and confident in English, even when you’re not.

And the best part?
When you fake it, it does affect your inner state and you become more relaxed and cool, and when you’re relaxed and cool, guess what? Your English is more fluent.

Let me know in the comments what's your one takeaway from this episode? What're you going to start doing differently when you speak English?

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6 Comments on “6 Ways To Sound More Confident In English (Even If You’re Not!)”

  1. You are an inspiration Hadar!!
    Great videos and thank you for sharing these techniques and practices we can follow.
    I was always wondering which could be the way to improve my confidence in English. Although I have made some presentations in front of unknown people through Toastmasters you are showing me ways to improve my accent, organizing thoughts, and communicate them at the same time( the best skill)
    Thank you so much Hadar, you are my hero.

  2. Thank you so much for your classes Hadar!
    Your way of learning English is the best and funnest I’ve ever seen))))
    My take away for this lesson is: don’t apologize for your English (ahaha – that’s just me!!))))))
    I look forward to your classes in July))))

  3. Hi Hadar !
    I have to confess, when I gave a presentation of any sort I liked to to follow the audience’s attention and liked to improvise corresponding to the audience’s reaction about I was telling. But I usually had a plan.
    Thank you for your valuable advises ! Laszlo

  4. I enjoy a lot with your English class all the time I listen your videos, Thanks a lot Hadar

  5. Thanks a lot, I really enjoyed the lesson.
    My take away for this lesson is preparation which is the key and also vocabularies, voice and pace.

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