This Really Helped Me Become Fluent

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Do you sometimes have those intrusive, limiting beliefs about your English? The ones that just pop up and mess with your mind and ruin your confidence?
Of course you do! We all do.

Repetitive negative thoughts are patterns.
We are creatures of patterns and habits.
We wake up, brush our teeth, go to work.
We do things on autopilot because it helps us save time and energy. We get used to doing something again and again and it makes us feel safe and comfortable, even if it’s bad for us.

But every now and then something happens that snaps us out of our patterns and forces us to pay attention to what we are doing. Or thinking.
It is called Pattern Interrupt.

And you can do it with your negative thoughts. You’d be amazed at how easy it is 🙂

More episodes that can help:

Why English Learners Fail

Speak English Like A Native Speaker – THE MYTH

The TRUTH About How We TALK And How We Get HEARD ✊ With Samara Bay

Why Perfectionism Will KILL Your Fluency

From FEAR to FREEDOM: Inspirational Success Stories of English Learners

How To Get Over The Fear Of Being Judged When Speaking English

Live: The fluent mindset | How changing your thoughts can improve your fluency

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24 Comments on “This Really Helped Me Become Fluent”

  1. Hi Hadar. Always mesmerized by the way you explained things. Thank so much .
    I really enjoyed your video.
    Take cre of yourself.

  2. I do like the strategy “Stop it” to get rid of negative repetitive thoughts… 🙂

  3. Hi Hater! All your video and tips are highly motivating. Due to them I don’t stop my learning English … though sometime I want to give everything up.
    Actually it is not easy to start such difficult things in in adulthood. For example my 3-year-old grandson speaks English better than Russian because his brain is like a sponge and mine is like… doesn’t matter :)))
    Anyway your help is priceless!!!

    Thank you and take care of yourself, we all love you 🙂


  4. Hi Hadar!
    I love yours videos and the way you share the ideas with us. It is always encouraging and interesting.
    Thank you,

  5. Hi hadar!
    i am not a bad english speaker like what i did in my recent phone call interview just because these nagetive thoughts, contunously interrupting me. I hope this will help me to stop those thoughts.
    Your videos are helping me alot..

  6. Dear Hadar ! I’m a bit distracted by several facts (first of all by events of American Election.) Nevertheless, your very kind letter and video inspire me to answer. Your high education certainly included Adler’s psychology – psychiatry. As you know, he had been the founder of the “Second School of Wien” just after Freud. He put in the center of his thoughts the “Inferiority Complex”. There is certainly a human trait combined with anxiety which makes anyone more or less inclined to inferiority complex. This may be effective over the entire life of that kind of person and may need treatment. Sure, it strongly influences language learning, too. If you let me point out, your technique is a bit influenced by the American behaviorist school. Behaviorism is all right and by your hand certainly produces excellent results particularly in case of young population.. For elderly people I liked better the analytical methods. (I mean, when I actively practised psychiatry.)
    Have you ever tried to cope with inferiority problems of an elderly person in learning English by existential analysis ? Thank you so much for the picture about your Mother, Sister and about you with the bubble gum. Thank you again for your heartfelt personality and for the beautiful video.
    Laszlo Latzkovits

  7. Hi Hadar,

    I really like the way you encourage and I do enjoy learning from you. Please please please keep making more enthusiastic videos like these ways you did. I really want to listen more.

    Thanks a bunch

  8. Hi, Hadar! Hope this find you well! Thanks for sharing your picture with your family, it is so beautiful and have so many meaningful memories! Thanks also to teach us such a thing that sometimes we think that happen only with us. It so great to hear from you about things that is always in our mind…. Much love!

  9. Dear Hadar, thank you so much for the endearing words and the childhood history accompanying this video, photo included. You manage to show your closeness and your empathy, and it seems that this video comes at just the right moment for me. Especially on my third day with your “beyond” course. You don’t know how I thank you for reminding me that only we are responsible for our own thoughts.
    Thanks for being there.

  10. Dear Hadar,
    I would like to say thank you for all the videos and the pieces of advice you’re granting us in brilliant way. I love the way you explain things.
    Keep it up!

    1. Hello Hader,

      You are amazing teacher i have been known in my life. I like the way you teach, using the short video. i am motivated to follow your advice.

      Thank you so much !


  11. Hi Hadar, your video is awesome. I want to say much more positive about you but unfortunately I haven’t enough vocabulary with appropriate sentence structure. I am in learning process but I will must say that I am feeling energetic inside after watching your video.
    Plz correct my sentences where I am wrong and give me any advice for improving my English language.

  12. hey Hadar,
    I love it when you share personal anecdotes 🙂 thanks again for everything and being who you are!

  13. It was really lovely Hadar,

    Thanks a lot, I really admire you. You have change my mind and I have become more confident speaking English. Lots of blessings and hugs.

    See you soon

  14. Hi Haddar.
    The history of the elevator is fascinating, I loved it. The photography with the chiclet is a beauty. Thank you for sharing all your brilliance and wisdom in its fullest expression.

  15. Hello Hadar! Thank you so much for sharing your childhood memories and the very lovely picture with your family. I really appreciate it. You can’t even imagine how much you have helped me improving my accent and getting rid of my fears of speaking English. You are the best!

  16. Hello Hadar,

    I always enjoy reading your e-mails you certainly have a voice and a very powerful one, when it comes to saying things in a way that can really touch people’s hearts.

    Your videos are amazing not only for English learners but for learners of any language, what you are sharing is not only techniques that will improve your understanding but also and more importantly a new way to see life in a totally different and more bright way.

    We can not thank you enough for all your help.

  17. Hi Hadar,
    I’m delighted with your photo of your beautiful childhood!
    This fears are part of my life and is not easy to eliminate it!
    I’ll try to follow your method in order to throw out this awful and negative thoughts about my English pronunciation!
    I’m totally impressed with your face while you were screaming stop it! I liked it!
    You are amazing! You are the best coach!
    Thanks a lot.

  18. Hi Hadar
    I learned a lot from your videos on YouTube. I appreciate your efforts. Keep it up

  19. Hi Hadar,
    A short reply to your email.
    We have a thing in common: I had a fear of elevator too!

  20. Hello Hadar,

    Wow! I like your picture with the bubble gum. Thanks for sharing.

    I really enjoyed this video and absolutely recognised myself. So true!

    Thanks for always encouraging and inspiring the people!



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