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Jun 28, 2016

Get the free transcript at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member "Mindset" author, Carol Dweck, wants to share that our children need to know how to react to challenges not only in school, but also through any place else that creates various challenges. In this episode, we will also be talking about the Ted Talk, also by Carol Dweck, called "The Power of Believing That You Can Improve".Get the free transcript at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member

Jun 24, 2016

In The Power of Habit, award-winning New York Times business reporter Charles Duhigg takes us to the thrilling edge of scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed. With penetrating intelligence and an ability to distill vast amounts of information into engrossing narratives, Duhigg brings to life a whole new understanding of human nature and its potential for transformation.

Jun 21, 2016
TRANSCRIPTS at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member Vanessa is an English teacher, language and culture lover, and continuously curious person. She's been teaching English for 6 years around the world, and now she teaches online helping intermediate English learners become confident speakers. In this episode, we talk about her entry into the teaching world, what she believes is key to English learning, as well as a book that she thinks can inspire language learners to become excellent speakers, and live a more meaningful life. TRANSCRIPTS at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member
Jun 16, 2016
Get the free transcript at www.feelgoodenglish.com Are you unsure about which English goals you should have? Our modern world can create a lot of stress because of all the options and content we have. Which method is the best? How do I manage my time? How can I be more productive? Trying to answer all of these questions can be frustrating. But but the book, "The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving more with Less" by Richard Koch, will help you get clarity on what to focus on, so you can see faster results in less time. Get free transcripts at www.feelgoodenglish.com
Jun 15, 2016

Free Transcript at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member In this episode of the Feel Good English Podcast, we have another Ted Tuesday lesson and I chose this really cool, fun, and short video called "How to Start a Movement" by Derek Sivers. Derek Sivers is a very successful tech entrepreneur and writer, and a very interesting guy in general. The short TedTalk goes through a Youtube video that went viral about a dude who got up out of the crowd and started dancing on his own. Free Transcript at www.feelgoodenglish.com/member

Jun 10, 2016

GET THE FREE TRANSCRIPT AT WWW.FEELGOODENGLISH.COM/13things While the advancements in technology have made our lives easier, it has, however, alienated us from our true values and distanced us from establishing real, healthy relationships. In this episode, I’m going to talk about "13 Things Mentally-Strong People Don’t Do" by Amy Morin, a licensed psychotherapist and best-selling author whose book has attracted a worldwide following and has been translated into 20 languages. The book shows us things that we can do to become mentally strong, especially in the face of adversity or in times of hardships. The book also tells us that mental health is just as important as physical strength. Treat yourself as you would treat a good friend of yours or a family member, be kind with yourself, it is not your responsibility to keep other people happy for they can only control their own thoughts.

Jun 7, 2016
GET THE FREE TRANSCRIPT AT https://goo.gl/eyWRb6 Jason R Levine has eighteen years of experience as an English teacher, teacher trainer, and materials writer. He has led student workshops and teacher training programs in fourteen countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and the Middle East. Jason conducts workshops for English students and teachers worldwide through Linguaid, Gallery Languages and the U.S. Department of State. He is the creator of the English Workout Method, an approach to English language learning based on the songs he writes and performs as Fluency MC. He also writes for several publishers, including Oxford University Press. In 2013, he created and launched ELT Techniques, the first live MOOC for English language teachers. After earning an MA in TESOL from Hunter College in 1999, Jason taught at several schools before becoming the director of curriculum development at Embassy English. In 2002, he co-founded a business English and test preparation school in New York City. Jason maintains the Fluency MC YouTube channel, the Fluency MC Facebook page, and Fluency MC on Twitter. He is an active administrator of many Facebook groups for English language teachers and learners, including Innovative Teachers of English, Teachers Teaching Online, Fluency MC Workshops in France and Belgium, and Gallery Languages Rhyme On Time Workshops. Get the FREE TRANSCRIPT at https://goo.gl/eyWRb6
Jun 3, 2016

Get the FREE transcripts at www.feelgoodengish.com/member Have you ever heard the expression "is your cup half empty or half full?" We say this a lot in the US, and what it gets at is if you are an optimistic or pessimistic person. Difficult times happen to everyone, but the way you look at these times makes a big difference in the quality of your life. In the book, "Learned Optimism" by Martin Seligman, the consequences of being pessimistic are talked about, as well as the benefits to becoming more optimistic. Strategies are given that you can apply to help you become a more optimistic person, which leads to more productivity, creativity, and happiness. Get the FREE transcripts at www.feelgoodengish.com/member

Jun 1, 2016
Adir Ferreira is one of the guys who just not knows HOW TO learn things. Not only is he a very proficient English teacher, but he is also a successful marketer, linguist, and even a professional speaker. Oh, and he's an extremely nice guy! In this episode, Adir is going to talk about a "breakthrough" book he's read, The Talent Code all about what it takes to become an expert at something. And he'll explain why anyone can! To get the free transcript, go to www.feelgoodenglish.com/adir
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