Have you ever learned, or tried to learn, a language besides the one you grew up with? It’s a handy skill to have. In fact, there are people who get paid, pretty well, to be translators. Most people don’t stick with it, though.
And you can’t learn a language, from anybody, that way.
I saw a description of one language teaching company that showed their approach to it. It’s pretty cool. They said, “…uses the empirically-proven techniques created by curriculum experts. They’ve created 13,000 hours of content and more than 50,000 lessons across 14 languages. ***** builds new language grammar and vocabulary on the foundation of the language you already know. In fact, no two ***** courses are the same. They are all unique, taking into account the similarities and differences between language pairs, your native language and the one you are learning. The ***** method trains your brain to learn constantly. It takes as few as 10 minutes a day, and you can continue to learn outside of the app, hands-free, through our 20+ podcasts.”
And they emphasize that you’ll learn to speak “like a local.” Then, they add, “***** also utilizes audio dialogue examples recorded with native speakers, so the language you learn is more accurate and at times, even colloquial. In addition to speaking and reading your new language, you’ll also learn about that language’s history, discover recipes, songs, and even meet new people along the way.”
Wow. That sounds like a much more enjoyable way to learn a language if you ask me. I realize you didn’t ask me. But if you did, I’d say that sounds like the way I’d go.
I think it’s so cool how we human beings want to connect so much we even take the time to learn other languages. And some of them are incredibly difficult (can you say “Mandarin?”).
But it’s crucial to connect. And communicate. And to stay in touch with others.
And business communication is no different.
But too many business owners and entrepreneurs take the time to get customers and clients and then fail to stay in touch with them after their first contact. So, up to 90% of sales disappear because they didn’t go to the next level.
That’s why this month’s UNversity lesson (which is available today, to subscribers) is a how-to lesson for keeping communication going. Good news is, you don’t have to learn a language to implement what you learn.
You can’t get in on this month’s lesson if you haven’t already enrolled. Because the deadline to enroll for each month’s class is always midnight of the last day of the preceding month.
But you can still enroll and be one of the first “new kids” in the next class in August. It’ll be another easy-to-implement strategy or tip to help you build your business better and faster.
So, enroll in UNversity, right now while you’re thinking about it. Discover how to improve your business, for $15 a month. And don’t forget, when you improve your business, your customers and clients might not ever want to lose touch.
Here’s the link to enroll:
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