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Tiny Changes To Go From Being An Intermediate To An Advanced Business English Speaker

Tiny Changes To Go From Being An Intermediate To An Advanced Business English Speaker. To Go From Being An Intermediate To An Advanced Business English Speaker is the goal of most of our Business English training.

The power of tiny changes (marginal gains) is a great way to achieve this goal and improve your speaking confidence in English.

Marginal gains are tiny changes which added together over time lead to a big improvement in performance. Also known as making 1% improvements in lots of areas, which when added together make a massive difference in total performance.

The doctrine of marginal gains is all about small incremental improvements in any process adding up to a significant improvement when they are all added together. It is perhaps most easy to understand by considering the approach of Sir Dave Brailsford. When he became performance director of British Cycling, he set about breaking down the objective of winning races into its component parts.

What tiny changes have you used in your life to improve?

In our training we have helped lots of professionals to improve their speaking confidence in English.

Tiny Changes To Go From Being An Intermediate To An Advanced Business English Speaker

👉🏻 Here are 4 techniques from our training:

(practice them two or three times a week for three months to see big performance improvements to your speaking confidence in English)

✅ Listen to 5 minutes of your favourite podcast in English and record a spoken 1 to 2-minute summary in your own words
✅ Watch 5 minutes of a popular speech at englishspeecheschannel .com and record a 1 to 2-minute spoken summary in your own words
✅ Watch 5 minutes of a business news story (see the Youtube channels of ‘Business Insider’, ‘Bloomberg’, ‘Fast Company’ and record a 1 to 2-minute spoken summary in your own words
✅ Watch the ‘BBC 1 Minute World News’ 5 minutes of a business news story (see the Youtube channels of ‘Business Insider’, ‘Bloomberg’, ‘Fast Company’) and record a 1 to 2-minute spoken summary in your own words

 

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This post was written by Christopher Wright and published on 5th November 2020 under the categories: Fluency, Confidence and Motivation, Presenting In English Tips
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