Less than 100 days left. Make them count!

I cannot believe it.
There are less than 100 days left for 2019.
Say what?
How did that happen?
It was just summer!

How are you going to spend the rest of the year?
What are your plans?
Are you going to go out with a bang, or stay comfortably in your comfort zone?

These are some of my plans for the rest of the year, all for new and exciting things (of course I am still doing Deep Dives and corporate coaching programs, but this is ALL new – fresh out of the Buffiland kitchen!):

1.Working intensely with the participants of Great in 8 (which is now SOLD OUT!) to help them end the year with a new, fabulous level of English communication!

2. Finalizing the designs for my new ebook, which will be out later this year.

3. Planning something very exciting, which will help you learn English with a huge smile…in NYC, baby! (More on that later.)

4. Creating some cool, new free shizzle for my website which will help you learn for bupkes.

5. And planning in some fun downtime combined with inspiration and brainstorming. Off to a cabin in the woods in October, an island in November, and Berlin in December. Work hard, play hard, right?

So…what are your plans for the rest of the year?
If you’d like to improve English in your own time, on demand, and work on everything from elevator pitches to negotiation strategies to presentations, with grammar and pronunciation thrown in the mix, have a look at my Business English Communication Course. It’s also a wonderful and effective way to invest the rest of your training budget for 2019!

And, if you’d like to get out of your shame spiral in English, and find out why I started the Free Hug movement in the Netherlands, check out my latest podcast on BNR (30 minuten lang, en dan hoor je mij in het Nederlands! Ook leuk!).

If there is something I can do to help you rock the rest of the year, let me know! I’m here to make you sparkle in English!


You can listen to my new podcast (30 min) hier!


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