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May 28, 2016
In this week's episode of Q&A Saturdays, Bryan from China asks "What kind of content should I use?" With so much available content online these days, it can be very frustrating to figure out WHAT content to use for English and learning, and HOW to use it. I give you FOUR TIPS in this episode on how choose the RIGHT content, so you can improve your life, and your English. Get transcripts to episodes at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member
May 26, 2016
"Magic Words" by Tim David. Words inspire. Words influence. Words sell. But why? And how can we use words to better communicate our message so it truly connects? By exploring seven "magic words", Tim David explains the important psychology behind how what we say affects those around us in business and in life. Full of scientific research, humorous anecdotes, and word-for-word scripts, David lays out the secrets of exactly what to say (and what to STOP saying) so our words have the magical effect we desire. Get the free transcript to this episode at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member
May 24, 2016
Like TedTalks? This is a short and fun talk on the history of how we use technology to tell stories. Ever heard of an iPad storyteller? Me neither, until I watch this. Listen to this episode of the Feel Good English podcast and learn some history, be entertained and add some new English to your English. FREE TRANSCRIPT to this episode at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member
May 21, 2016

In this episode, I am going to tell you a little story from my life. When I was 23, I traveled to Prague, CZ to study business, and also Czech so i could meet girls at the bar. ;) However, this year gave me the biggest insight of my life on how I learn languages, which I now have taught to thousands of English learners. If you feel frustrated with the way you're learning, listening to this episode is a must. For transcripts to FGE episodes go to www.feelgoodenglish.com

May 19, 2016

Many companies are good, only a few companies are GREAT. In this episode I am going to talk about a book called "From Good to Great", by Jim Collins. In the book, the author studied companies that were able to outperform all the others, in order to figure out WHY and HOW these companies had so much success. He breaks down a few certain principles all these great companies followed that led them to become leaders in their market. YOU can take these concepts and apply them to YOUR business or career, and even your life and English learning. Listen and learn how to make something great! For the FREE transcript to this episode go to www.feelgoodenglish.com

May 17, 2016
This week’s Ted Talk Tuesday is on a short talk that could bring some needed transformation to your business meetings. The idea could actually be used for English classes too. I USED TO do what the speaker in this Ted Talk recommends with my students back in Brazil. And now with technology it could be done anywhere, anytime! So summarizing here, Nilofer Merchant suggests a small idea that just might have a big impact on your life and health: Next time you have a one-on-one meeting, make it into a “walking meeting” — and let ideas flow while you walk and talk. Listen to this episode of the Feel Good English podcast and learn a big idea, and some new English. Get the FREE transcript at www.feelgoodenglish.com/episodes
May 14, 2016
If you have been learning English for a long time, you have heard of phrasal verbs. And you most likely have had problems with them too. But there is something I have seen many English learners do that makes phrasal verbs much more difficult than they need to be. And there is a simple "fix" for this. In this week's episode I answer a question I got from a couple listeners on "How to learn phrasal verbs." I know this is a common problem with many if you, and I have an opinion on how to make them less stressful Listen to this episode and make your life better. Become a member to get FREE transcripts to podcasts at: http://www.feelgoodenglish.com/member/
May 12, 2016

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Making decisions is part of daily life. What should I have for breakfast? What career path should I take? What English program is going to help me become fluent faster? Sometimes we struggle with making the "right" decision, especially when there are big life choices to be considered. Fortunately, making the right decisions is a skill that can be developed. As discussed in the book "Decisive", by Dan and Chip Heath, various factors contribute to making bad decisions. Through deep research, the authors have found factors that contribute to making poor choices, but if we recognize these factors and learn how to avoid them when making decisions we can feel more confident about the decisions we make. Learn how to be a better decision maker on this episode of the Feel Good English podcast. 

May 6, 2016

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Gabby Wallace is a TEDx speaker, writer, and entrepreneur. She has created a location-independent business and travels the world while running it. She is an expert on language learning and the founder and owner of Go Natural English, an online English as a second language learning company. Her YouTube channel for English language learners currently has over 7 million views. In this episode, Gabby and I talk about her beginnings with English teaching and what she is currently doing today. She also talks about a book that has really helped her become more productive and focused each and every day, call The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod. Gabby shares great insight on ways English learners can use the lessons taught in this book to become more dedicated English learners. So listen and learn! 

May 3, 2016

Gabby Wallace is the founder of Go Natural English, a platform for English learners which provides courses and video lessons. In her TEDx talk, Gabby shares her journey of how she has connected over 100,000 people around the world through hard work and taking "small steps". Dreaming big and deciding to commit 100% to her dreams has allowed Gabby to live a location independent lifestyle, where she can travel and connect with English learners all around the world. In her talk, she wants you to ask yourself 3 questions. Listen to this episode of the Feel Good English podcast and discover these three life-changing questions. For transcripts - www.feelgoodenglish.com/gabby-wallace-ted

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