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EUROVISION!

EUROVISION!

I was so thrilled to see my former student Duncan Laurence and my clients Jeangu and Hooverphonic doing so well at the Eurovision Song Festival. I am so proud of them and as a native New Yorker, was thrilled to read the NY Times article about my client Jeangu, who...

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The Doors Are Open!

The Doors Are Open!

I'm so excited to share my new online course with you all! The English Elevator will get you to the next level in communication, in just 4 weeks. If you'd like to join me on a learning journey that starts in May, click here to find out more!

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NEW YEAR, NEW CONFIDENCE?

NEW YEAR, NEW CONFIDENCE?

Join me on a learning journey  and find out how to build a strong foundation in English. We're going to cover mindset, grammar, vocabulary and so much more! If you are ready to ditch the doubt, I'll see you in my new Communicate With Confidence Masterclass! You can...

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Which sounds better?

Which sounds better?

Howdy! Which style works better? 'Also, we give our clients great service when they buy something.' or 'In addition, we provide our clients with the very best in customer service upon purchasing our products.' Can you feel a difference between these 2 statements? The...

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I don’t want you to do this…..

I don’t want you to do this…..

Happy Monday! Want to hear what I don't want to hear as a coach? I'm 100% prepared for my talk!' This makes my coach heart nervous. I'll tell you why.... I don't want you to be 100% prepared. Ever. You know why? Because life will throw you a curve ball. Someone is...

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Here’s my Writing Cheat Sheet!

Here’s my Writing Cheat Sheet!

Happy Last Day Of May! I cannot believe that May is nearly gone. Tomorrow is June. That means we are almost halfway through this crazy year. How has it been for you? For me, it's been flying by, and I'm so grateful to be busier than ever. This year I have helped...

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Sorry seems to be the hardest word. But not anymore!

Sorry seems to be the hardest word. But not anymore!

"I'm sorry." That's really hard for some people to say. (Almost as hard as....Worcestershire sauce!) But it might not be enough for a professional situation. How can you say 'sorry' and sound genuine, yet professional? As an English coach, I am passionate about...

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