How many times have you sat through an entire meeting and not spoken a single word? It’s pretty boring, isn’t it? I know some people would rather not participate because they don’t think their ideas are important enough or they feel anxious if they speak up. They’d rather wait for someone else to take the … Continue reading Should I speak up in groups or stay silent?
A lot of people struggle to write good emails. We worry that our messages are too long, too indirect, don’t have the appropriate tone, or aren’t engaging. Is this a concern for you? Read on! I’ve shared some tips to help you feel confident about your email approach. Include all these elements in your emails … Continue reading Do I write good emails?
I taught my first English classes at the University of Macau in the fall of 2011. Nearly all my free time in the evenings and weekends was spent creating my curriculum and preparing for those lessons. Since I was a new teacher, I had a lot of anxiety about saying the wrong thing or looking … Continue reading How can I get better at winging it in meetings?
Beautiful resumes can be a big problem. In case you haven’t heard, many companies now use an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to process resumes for the jobs they post online. It saves time and money for the employers because they can just focus on the resumes that are the best match for the job. Sounds … Continue reading Making ATS-Friendly Resumes for Artists and Designers
In these posts, I want to share the stories of my past students and clients. I’m very proud of their accomplishments, and I think their successes reflect my skills as a teacher and coach. I hope these stories will paint a clearer picture of my goals for Artglish and how I can help others to … Continue reading Success Stories: Proofreading
These 10 tips will help you describe your design work for potential clients and customers.
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