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Ranjit Singh Thind

Ranjit Singh Thind

English Trainer

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Effective Way of Learning English

The effective way of learning English is through the Structural Approach which emphasises the mechanics of the language and how it works. more>>
Currently working at
Much of my experience is in training working adults who would like to improve their English proficiency for career advancement. I have developed English programmes which are practicable in the working world.
Most Important Decisions
Of branching into the training field as I possess the flair for teaching/training which comes naturally.
Parting thoughts
Patience is one of my virtues which I use extensively in all my teaching/training in Malaysia as working adults here need all the encouragement to learn English successfully.
A Fine Balance:
By managing my time effectively and meditation/prayer. Some may view meditation/prayer with cynicism but it has helped me through much of the challenges in my life.
Role Model
God in the form of Energy. When God is recognised as energy, religions aren't needed.
The Journey So Far
Bumpy as well as educational.
Points of inflection
Having to decide to carry on despite the contrary.
Most Important Lessons
Never ever to judge a situation or a person at face value. It is wise counsel to defer judgement of a situation/person until one has all the facts of the situation/person in one's possession.
Plans for the Future
Conducting English training across the globe.
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