Business English

Business English

How To Win

How to win at life.  Strategies to help you be successful, win, and live your dream life.  AJ teaches you how to prepare for the future and how to be more competitive in work and life.  He discusses future trends.  He tells you how to prepare for them. Win at life by following these specific… Read more »

Body Language | Non Verbal Communication

Body language and nonverbal communication are important for your English speaking.  You need to communicate confidence.  You need to look strong and relaxed everytime you speak English.  You want people to respect you.  You want people to listen to you.  In this video, AJ tells you how to have stronger body language when you speak… Read more »

Filler Words | Public Speaking

Filler words make you sound weak.  Common filler words and sounds include: um, uh, you know, ah, like.  When you are nervous, you may use these words often.  How do you break this habit?  How do you avoid using filler words that make you sound weak and unsure?  What is the secret to powerful public… Read more »

College Children | Delayed Adulthood

College is for children because it prolongs childhood.  American universities have a huge party culture.  Students drink alcohol, do drugs, and “party” constantly.  While this may seem fun, the party culture delays adulthood.  In college, students avoid responsibility and remain passive.  They wait to be told what to read and what to learn.  By the… Read more »


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Just a quick note to say many thanks to my dear coach AJ Hoge. Effortless English system helped me to became a confident English speaker and this created for me… Read more »



I started learning English when I was 9. At schools I had a lots of English tests and all of them were grammar tests. Our teachers had always told us:… Read more »



English is my favorite language over all, I’ve always loved to learn it and I’ve tried to do it since I was a little girl in my first grade school…. Read more »