2021 was the year of writing. I love writing, both professionally and for pleasure, and this year I have created 47 blogs and articles, plus shared my thoughts on my social media platforms Monday – Friday, almost every single week.
I have loved the conversations, connections and engagement that have come about as a result!
I also enjoy reading other people’s blogs and articles for inspiration. I love it when it feels like they have understood what it is like to be me, what I am struggling with and what I really need.
Because they understand the questions in my head or they share an insight into a topic that is relevant and useful for me, and helps move me forward.
I want that for you too!
So what questions about communication or culture would you love me to answer?
What topics would you like to see me cover in my blogs and articles in 2022?
Here is your chance to share your views and have your questions answered! Message me here
As we come to the end of the year, I thought I would share with you some of the most popular topics you liked reading this year, for you to enjoy again. Click on each title below to read the blog.
How do people hear your tone of voice:– how to pitch your tone of voice in emails and land your key messages in the way you intended.
The top ways to handle difficult presentation questions: How to sound professional in English when you receive a question that you don’t want to or know how to answer, or that you don’t understand.
Top acronyms for work life: English acronyms can be tricky so you need to know the key ones & how to use them correctly in work context.
8 key questions to self-evaluate your English communication skills: discover my 8 key questions to ask yourself to understand your current skill level in English, identify your strengths and key development areas.
English idioms for staying positive: Here in the UK, we especially love our idioms. Here are my top ones about staying positive, explained & how to use them.
What does ‘sorry’ mean in British English: How to interpret and use the word ‘sorry’ effectively when communicating with the British in key situations when you need to be diplomatic.
How British people disagree: why don’t British people just say ‘no’, sharing the insider view to British disagreeing techniques.
An insight into British humour: The British like to think they have a unique sense of humours, so is there something about it that makes it different? And is it really that funny?
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