Our most important piece of advice is: “Do something (anything).
If you don’t do anything, you won’t get anywhere.
Make it your hobby, not a chore.
Above all have fun!
Oh, and don’t be in too much of a hurry. You’re setting off on a long journey and there will be delays and frustrations along the way. Sometimes you’ll be in the fast lane and other times you’ll be stuck in traffic, but there will also be lots of interesting things and interesting people along the way. Take your time to really enjoy the experience.
There are many ways to improve your level of English, but only you can find the right way for you. Here are a few tips that might help:-
Learning is a skill and it can be improved.
Your path to learning effectively is through knowing
- your capacity to learn
- processes you have successfully used in the past
- your interest, and knowledge of what you wish to learn
Writing is a skill which is hard to develop. You can develop this skill be continuously writing. If you are a blogger then you should write well and attractive for your visitors. Your readers are your best critics. They can tell you better about what you are delivering to them.
There are lots of things you should do to impress your visitors. The most important thing you need to care of is grammatical mistakes. Try to tell things in clear and comprehensive way. Here I am discussing few points which would help you to improve your writing skill.
1. Proofread your writing
Reread your article at least two times. You can sort out some stupid mistakes in first look. Second read ensures removal of any big mistake. If possible read it loud. You can easily remove lots of mistakes from your post. When you read it second time you will be reading it from a readers perspective and this will help you a lot in sentence construction.
by Dianne Schilling
Also see this post by Dianne Schilling: Simple Secrets of Happiness
In today’s high-tech, high-speed, high-stress world, communication is more important then ever, yet we seem to devote less and less time to really listening to one another. Genuine listening has become a rare gift—the gift of time. It helps build relationships, solve problems, ensure understanding, resolve conflicts, and improve accuracy. At work, effective listening means fewer errors and less wasted time. At home, it helps develop resourceful, self-reliant kids who can solve their own problems. Listening builds friendships and careers. It saves money and marriages.
Here are 10 tips to help you develop effective listening skills.
Step 1: Face the speaker and maintain eye contact.
Talking to someone while they scan the room, study a computer screen, or gaze out the window is like trying to hit a moving target. How much of the person’s divided attention you are actually getting? Fifty percent? Five percent? If the person were your child you might demand, “Look at me when I’m talking to you,” but that’s not the sort of thing we say to a lover, friend or colleague.
i’m never going to perfect the art of speaking. And hey, neither are you. None of us hairless monkeys are. Granted, Tony Robbins, Eckhart Tolle, Jim Rohn and other well-known speakers are masters, but even they make mistakes.
Just because I can’t perfect it doesn’t mean I’m not going to try.
Hey! Take a look at The Conversation Handbook if you’ve got a chance! This blog post is still excellent, but if you’re looking for more, that book is 150 pages long and is quite a bit more polished than this article. Good luck!
There’s nothing like being able to make my sister smile with some stupid joke. My friends deserve the living, engaging stories I tell them now rather than the dry monotone that I remember having. It’s exciting that I can make new friends just by chatting them up in the minute it takes the elevator to get to my floor.
There are two major buckets you need to think about when you’re learning about speech:
- Fixing Mistakes
- Adding and Improving Skills