Did you know that the word e-learning was coined back in 1998?
A little earlier than that, in 1995, only approximately 4% of US corporations used online learning. In 2017, this had increased to 77%, and 98% planned to incorporate it in their program by 2020 (source: eLearning Industry, Small Business Trends)
Little they know that, when this year came, those intentions would turn into an actual necessity. Now, practically, or they are online, or they are out!
Moreover, the worldwide e-learning market is projected to be worth $325 Billion in 2025, says Forbes magazine.
These days, we stay at home more than usual and try to find activities and ways to improve ourselves. Otherwise how long can you lie down in a bed and literally do nothing? We have to motivate ourselves and accept all these things will pass eventually.
In this period, we’ll try to help you to spend your time efficiently. Hmmm yes, HOW?
With online courses, delicious and cultural foods’ recipes, yoga, meditation, handcrafts… in brief everything you need.
You just need to STAY AT HOME and FOLLOW US, we are all in this together!
Your education shouldn’t stop at 16, once you get your dream job, or because you can’t afford it.
Discover why continuing education is for everybody, and financial resources available to make adult learning achievable for you!
A 2019 report from Learning and Work found that 38% of adults have not studied since they left school, and 8% said they could not afford learning courses. Regardless of your age, employment status, or income, continued education is an important part of keeping upskilled for the job market, developing professionally within your current role, and developing personally in your life.
In this article, you will learn how to go out of your comfort zone. First, we will define what a comfort zone is for you. It is a space, a place, a domain, in which you feel comfortable, you know how it works, the sensations you feel or go to feel are not unknown to you.
Now you will have to ask yourself if in your life, if you have ever been outside your comfort zone. If so, how did you experience this situation, what did it teach you about yourself or about this unknown area? Does that make you want to do it again? Have you started again? If you haven’t had the chance to leave your comfort zone or even had the courage to do.
So, you will know that this is a great opportunity to leave it. Are you going to say why? Because simply, if you step outside your comfort zone, if you learn something new, your comfort zone will simply be greater, and you will feel in your comfort zone in situations that you have previously disturbed. As the image of this post illustrates. …
Before we understand how important they may be, we talk first about the difference between a mentor and a coach. So, a mentor is a person who has already been where you want to be. So, he can be just one, two or three steps ahead of you. He doesn’t need to be an expert already, although this can be a plus but more complicated to find. If it is already several steps ahead. This will be enough because he can help you in the steps he goes through and make it feedback that can help you.
He can give you a map, the steps to follow to reach that point. It could be very useful because you gain time on research and the mistake he did before you could do. Now the coach, who is a person that doesn’t tell you what to do, but through questions makes you realise what you need to do in your life or for your goal.
Today we will talk about pronunciation. This article is primarily for foreigners who speak English. The most important thing in pronunciation is self-confidence, it’s not always easy to have self-confidence when you speak English or another language, you’re afraid to make mistakes, not to make it clear. But don’t, it will be in those moments when you will make mistakes that will prevent you from being understood.
On this article, I will talk about elements of communication on the basic principles. When you have a conversation with a person, the verbal part of that conversation corresponds to only 7% of comprehension. So imagine where the remaining percentages are? First, the body language that begins with your posture and what you are wearing. However, all this depends on the person you have in front of you, and in what context you are if it is for a job interview, or a classic day at work. After that there is also the facial expression that you can have, it is always more pleasant to see someone smiling, it is often said that the smile is communicative. It is also important to look the person you are talking to in the eye. There is physical contact that is important like shaking hands, which can mean a multitude of things depending on how you will be the hand:
1. The muscular handshake
As the name suggests, this overly strong handshake tears your wrist off. It is used to show dominance and superiority over the other person. Sometimes used by people who do not trust themselves, it can intimidate the other person to boost their self-esteem. It could also have been called the Donald Trump, because we have seen it used so much with other political leaders. …
To discuss positive thoughts, we can start by talking about the different types of thoughts that exist. For example, you have neutral thoughts, that is the type of thoughts that help you to keep running, to keep alive. You have multiple examples for that, like, when you go to the supermarket, you will think about what to buy to eat, to drink. Then there are unnecessary thoughts, you must imagine what kind of thoughts he has, for example when you say to yourself, I’m going to go to Netflix, or watch TV.
You’re going to go on your social networks, it’s typically procrastination. You know you can do useful things, but you would rather do unnecessary things. Then there are the negative energies. These thoughts will not only waste your energy, but also make you weaker, and waste your time. You know that little voice that you say, that you can’t do anything. Or when other people criticize you, this little voice will lower you even more and remind you in the next situation. You will lose your self-esteem, which will probably stop you in your goals.
We will see in this article, what personal branding is and how to use it, especially from a professional perspective
First of all, we will give you a definition of what personal branding is a quote from Jeff Bezos: “Personal branding is what other people say when you are not in the room“, so it is a perception of you and your actions in relation to what people think of you. For example, if you are a student, a young entrepreneur, you need to start to create an image of you.
It is very easy to find inspiration to write about reasons for choosing Liverpool as a destination for your personal journey of learning from other cultures and also, improve your English. If you have doubts or are thinking about already…Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Liverpool is a friendly city with a multicultural history that still remains in its buildings and its people. Every street or road has the trace of a millenarian history and between their old walls, you can find and feel the scent of ancient ages of architecture combined with the modernism so particular of Liverpool City. Not in vain, it was declared by UNESCO World Heritage Site. Liverpool got one of the largest collections of Grade I listed buildings in the UK and largest cathedral in Britain.
That´s the Wonder One in our list: The Liverpool Cathedral, the largest in the whole of the UK and the fifth largest in the world, unique and fascinating which amazingly survived two world wars. The height of its walls makes them disappears in front of our eyes and the beauty and solemnity of the art paintings and sculptures take our breath away.