How To Stop Worrying When You Speak English
Learn how to stop worrying when you speak English with the world’s #1 English Fluency Guide!
In this conversation with Monica, an English student of mine from Italy, you see how to “stay out of your head” so worries don’t stop you from expressing yourself when speaking English. If you ever “go blank” or “get stuck” in conversations, this video will help you change the way you think about speaking so you speak English more fluently and confidently!
Here’s what Monica sent me after our conversation:
I highly appreciated the talk we had this morning and your meaningful and customized suggestion about my next meetings with foreign customers.
But thinking about what I said I realized I called you “YouTuber” at least 3 times. After talking to you in person my idea of you being a high level coach, a smart entrepreneur, a fine psychologist and a warm person is stronger than ever. Thinking of you as a YouTuber would be narrowing your job and being superficial. Maybe I was nervous and a bit excited, so I couldn’t control exactly how to express the (fantastic) storm I was living at that moment.
Anyway, now it’s too late, what is said cannot be cancelled, but I can and must give you my apologies for calling you “YouTuber”. Don’t get me wrong, I admire them for being out there, getting all the bad comments and dislikes from anonymous watchers, it’s a hard work that’s not for everybody, it takes time, study, effort, courage.
But you are on another level, maybe I said that because you have almost 840K subscribers and your videos have a range of 800K to 1,500K views, but as you correctly define yourself in your video-introduction “you’re a guide, a coach, a mentor” who takes advantage of YouTube to reach the highest number of people who need your help but know nothing about you and your valuable website full of goodies for eager English learners.
So, again, accept my apologies for (apparently) identifying your presence on YouTube (thank God!) with one of them while you are absolutely one of a kind and thank you for making me live this unique experience and giving me this special gift of making me feel special.