Storylingo is Paul’s flagship English Coaching program. It is ideal for professionals that need to persuade audiences as well as for job candidates that want to stand above the rest.
But it's designed to help all professionals, students, and anyone looking to improve their English skills become confident speakers. The key feature of this program is that you learn to use a powerful tool to improve your fluency, confidence and conversation skills—storytelling.
The ability to tell a story is a composite skill that empowers language learners to manage the way they deliver information in the most persuasive format ever invented. Plus, the training component alone helps you improve your grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation skills without even realizing it.
But one the most useful takeaways that you get from this program is the ability to organize information in a logical and engaging way, and having the sense of which details to include and which to leave out.
The program is organized into three evolutions:
In this evolution, you will learn how to effectively structure and deliver a personal narrative. We will break down the process into basic parts, including generating ideas, crafting sentences and phrases, and piecing together a compelling story. You learn to tell others who you are in a compelling way which is ideal for interview situations.
This evolution focuses on helping you tell the story of a product, project or service. You will learn how to guide your audience through the challenges of the market and bring them to the exciting conclusion that your product offers the best option. While you do this, your audience will come out knowing your product's features and benefits in a way that engages and inspires them to action.
In the final evolution, you learn how to tell the story of something that is important to you—whether it's a cause, a hobby, or a place— to name a few possibilities. It's often difficult to explain to others in a second language why we enjoy or care about certain things. There is so much we want to say, and we're not sure how to organize it. Sharing something that is meaningful to you is a super skill in social situations where you need to develop a deeper connection with your audience.