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Have you heard about glucose spikes? Do you know how different types of food affect your health and energy levels? Learn this from this insightful lesson by Jessie Inchauspé.
You can meet some amazing people when you stay in hospital. That’s a story of meeting Mr Tadeusz during my minor surgery in February 2024.
Learn what you need to increase your chances of becoming a leader in your organisation. Follow the advice from the HBR article: “The New Rules of Executive Presence,” by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
Do you know who is your worst enemy during a job interview? Susan Peppercorn believes that it is your inner critic. Learn how to silence it in this lesson based on HBR Management Tip
Ever thought if you could apply business strategy principles to your own life? That’s exactly what this lesson is based on. It’s video by Michael Bungay Stanier from Harvard Business Review
How do you feel about yearly assessment meetings with your boss? It’s not easy to feel totally relaxed, is it? One thing that can help you here is writing an effective self-assessment yourself, before you meet your boss. This lesson will help you with just that. It is based on Harvard Business Review article.
HOT 21 – new series of tests with 21 items for you to solve. We open the series with a test on collocations with “make” and “do”.
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Learn to talk about moods. What do you say, for example, when you are a bit confused and not know which way to go?
If there was a simple formula to a great speech, would you like to know what it is? Find out how to build an awesome presentation using the tops from an HBR article.
Learn about watercolour art and some of the most famous painters of this movement. Additionally, practice the language of likes and dislikes.
Christian from Kangaroo English has an important message for learners of English. Don’t use advanced English.
What’s your opinion about politics and political parties? Do you vote? Have you ever considered joining a political party?
Follow a story of Ben and Maz. Is there a chance for them to save their relationship?
How would democratic principles work in a business context? Discuss the topic of a democratic organisation on the basis of a fragment from For All Mankind
A growing portion of climate activists and policy makers argue that reducing global economic activity – or degrowth – is the only way to save the planet.
Get ready to learn practical strategies and tips from an expert on how to effectively manage the chaos and reclaim balance in your hectic lifestyle.