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Feel Good English is a community and podcast where you will get better at not just English, but life and business too.
It’s personal development for English learners!
We create free audio lessons (podcast episodes) based on personal development, entrepreneurship, psychology, relationships, motivation, and productivity, to help you’ll naturally improve your English while learning valuable life skills.
So start living a more inspired, motivating, and impactful life, and let your English grow naturally!
Today we're going to talk about history, something I don't do very often here on the Feel Good English podcast, but this book that I’ve recently read is very interesting and I wanted to share something different with you, very interesting ideas on the history of...read more
Language Hacks that Work If you are listening to this, it’s very likely you have learned a foreign language which is English; good for you, great job by the way. And maybe you have tried or you are considering learning another foreign language. This book has some very...read more
To Give or Take, That is the Question Today I'm going to give you a few ideas on a book called "Give and Take. Why helping others drives our success." This book is by Adam Grant, who is a professor at a very prestigious business school. And in this book, the author...read more
The Ego is the Enemy Today I have an episode based on a book called "Ego is the Enemy" by Ryan Holiday. And if you've never heard the word ego, just to give you a brief definition, it is a person's sense of self-esteem or self-importance. Basically, it's what makes...read more
It's All About the Now Today’s book I am going to talk about is kind of a special one for me. Why? Because it’s one of the first books that I can remember that really got me thinking a lot more about how to deal with the everyday stresses and struggles of life. I...read more
There are four core human drives (motivations) that form how people think and behave. Understanding these core drives helps us to understand what people want, as well as provides us with information on how to help others with services that meet these wants through...read more
“You have to work hardest for the things you love most ” – Carol Dweck