Met your monster yet?

Met your monster yet?

Recognise this? You’ve giving a presentation, a live or a webinar and all the time, there’s a little voice talking at you. It’s telling you everything you’re doing wrong, as you’re doing it and it’s getting louder and louder and more and more frustrated. The...
10 ways to practise listening to English

10 ways to practise listening to English

Listening is an important skill. In business it can make the difference between a sale or no sale, between understanding feedback from a client or not, between understanding new information at an event or not and many other situations. So, listening practise is...
7 ways to say No in English so you can be heard

7 ways to say No in English so you can be heard

’No’ is a tricky word in English. If you say “No” by itself, you’re likely to sound irritated or even angry. I call it the Naked No. If a Brit uses the naked No, you can safely assume that you’re in trouble.   So what should you do if you need to say ‘No’? Well,...