Learning to communicate in English is far more beneficial nowadays than in the past. From academic requirements to personality development, learning English for job hunting is the most popular reason among people I know who are struggling to land a good paying job.
Indeed English becomes the widely spoken language of instruction around the world and having said this, most students are required to take some widely know English tests like IELTS, TOEFL, OET, TOEIC and PTE. For people who are planning to study overseas especially in an English speaking countries, this must not be taken for granted and starting early on is a better option.
Further, proficiency in English helps people to present the better version of themselves. People are able to present and express themselves fluently and with clarity. Better presentation results to the development of self-confidence. Oftentimes in my experience, a good speaker does not have the best topic but a good presentation skill which leaves a good mark to the spectators only because their confidence is real and engaging.
Last and not the least, a convincing answer to the employer’s interview right at the first encounter is a great deal breaker. Learning what to say and how to say it at the right time can make the interview process a lot easier for both parties. Landing a job nowadays only takes a good oral presentation skill which covers fluency, accuracy and engagement in the interview process assuming that the applicant is already applying for that perfect job. A good spoken English is an obvious skill that anyone can have to land from a variety of jobs available online or face-to-face.
If you have any language to learn, what is the most helpful for you and why?
Writing your own book is probably one of the biggest thing you can do on this quarantine time. You don’t get bored and you learn and earn.
Indeed Covid-19 made tremendous change in the people’s lifestyle. Recently, people are looking for ways to earn income and probably has heard or read a lot about making money online but few succeeded due to the keen competition on finding online jobs. However, if writing is something you fancy and if you are the person who loves words and phrases and not afraid to share your thoughts, then you can make money by writing a book.
Interested? Read on.
Writing a book does not require financial capital if you are keen on collaborating with others. You will learn all these in the coaching link below. The biggest investment you will need is probably your time and commitment to finish your story. Nowadays, many authors have self-published and do well. You can too.
What do you need to get started?
Knowledge is key. So I would suggest you equip yourself with as much knowledge as you can before you start. If you want to make it a commitment, there are shortcut ways to do it, with a mentor that is. Knowing what to write and how to do it will not only save you time but also keep you away from doing the mistakes of a newbie in the writing industry.
Yes, you can write your own book even if you are not a writer. This is what one author tells all the people she met, including me. You only need to have your own ideas and must be willing and have a good reason to share it.
If you are an aspiring author, maybe a teacher who is required to write a book, perhaps someone who just loves to share your ideas to the world or if you own a business and you want to share it, then this is a good project to work on. Students are also accepted to the program.
You can learn more about the course HERE or click on the image below.
When in the Philippines, it is very common to be asked questions about you which sometimes can be annoying to some foreign people especially if it is asked on the first meeting, but it is just cultural and in no way it intends to invade your privacy. You can always choose not to answer though, but consider your tone when saying it as we say “you can always say bad things nicely”.