Mon, Sep 20|
Speak Your Native Language Like You Own It - The Masterclass
✔️Implement high-impact language learning strategies.✔️Learn how to speak more confidently than ever. ✔️Normalize the language in your life Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/3ymCu4s No more stuttering for you when publically speaking in your native language at family functions.
Time & Location
Sep 20, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
About the event
Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/3ymCu4s
No more stuttering for you when publically speaking in your native language at family functions. Forget trying to inorganically force grammar into your head by rote & ending up thinking that languages aren't for us. No more shame in how (little or poorly) you allegedly speak your native language.
And instead ...
Speak more fluently, confidently, and uninterruptedly than ever before by using my proven fuss-free formula to speak fluently from Day 01.
The Masterclass is being run twice (once in English, and the second in Haitian Creole) so you get to choose which day is best for you
Option #1: Monday, September 20 , 11h00-noon EDT (in English).
Option #2: Friday, September 24, 11h00-noon EDT (in Haitian Creole).
Can't make it to the live Masterclass?
Lifetime replay access is included in your ticket.
✅quick steps on how to normalize your native language in your day-to-day, seamlessly and painlessly
✅3 different ways to become a powerful speaker - undeterred by shame, self-consciousness, and fear of "having an accent", "spoken a broken language", or of not "being enough"
✅a practical way on how to organically leverage a community network of mentors, cheerleaders, and allies on the journey - to help you grow & stay accountable
Being (transracially) adopted, born into the Third Culture, part of the diaspora, or a child of immigrant means living within simultaneous cultural worlds & identities. I know, because I've studied 7+ languages, fluently speak 5 on the daily, on top of being first-generation Haitian Queer born to political refugees living on stolen Indigenous lands. I self-taught myself my lost Afro-Indigenous language, Haitian Creole, and am currently developing creation-research public scholarship projects on Afro-Indigenous digital storytelling as resistance, self-determining, anti-oppression, and decoloniality.
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