Does any of these apply to you?
I’d like to learn at least one foreign language properly
I used to attend language courses / private classes but I stopped learning afterwards
Even though my motivation to learn Slovak (or any other language) is strong, I never feel like doing anything about it
Even though I do speak some English/German/French (any foreign language), I’m lost in grammar and I’m always insecure about what I say
I think language learning is a difficult and complicated process that takes years and years to complete. Besides, I have no talent… 🙁
Great news! Language learning is much easier than what you’ve been doing so far.
Let me briefly introduce myself 🙂 My name is Lýdia Machová and...
I've worked with languages professionally as an interpreter
I've been working with languages professionally all my life. I did my PhD in Interpreting studies and worked as an interpreter in Slovakia and abroad for 6 years. I've interpreted Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, former Slovak prime minister Iveta Radičová, former First Lady of Slovakia, Ms. Gašparovičová and many Slovak ministers.
I've been awarded a prize for innovation in business
My business activities and the fact that I help people learn languages by themselves have been noticed by Slovakia's deputy prime minister who awarded me with a special prize for an innovative and modern approach in the Female Entrepreneur of Slovakia 2017 competition.
Forget the way you’ve been learning languages so far
Ask yourself one question: does the way you’ve been using to learn German, Spanish, French, or any other language work for you?
If yes, congratulations! Keep it up 🙂
If not, how about changing it somehow? As Einstein said: Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results…
Language Mentoring brings you a whole new approach to learning languages. It’s totally different from what you might have tried elsewhere. When learning a language, 95% of us make the same fatal mistakes:
We mostly learn languages in schools and language courses
Our learning is based on learning grammar rules
We try to memorize lots of words (so we pass a test or a certificate)
We are afraid to speak in the language, because “we are not on a good level yet”
We learn from books which are not so much fun
We don’t have a system in our learning and we don’t see progress even after many years of studying
Such a way to learn languages is not only ineffective, but also quite boring. No wonder that we remain on the “false beginner” level for years and years on end.
Tony Robbins, a well-known speaker, author and philanthropist, whose seminar I had the honour to interpret, once said:
"If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do and you'll achieve the same results." - Tony Robbins
Maybe you’ve asked yourself the question: How do polyglots do it then? People who can learn 5, 10 or even 50 languages?
They either have some special skills or they know a secret recipe to learn languages…
About 50 languages
Polyglots don’t learn languages using the “school system”...
Each polyglot has their own method which suits them perfectly and they can learn new and new languages with it without much trouble. These methods can be very different.
There are a few things, however, that all polyglots have in common:
Now you have a chance to make a breakthrough in your language learning!
- Forget attending expensive language courses that never get you anywhere
- Forget memorizing grammar rules and vocabulary word by word
- Forget your fear of speaking in the new language because “you’re not fluent yet”
- Forget learning from boring books
- Forget learning in a chaotic, non-systematic way without any visible progress
Get my full know-how on achieving a fluent level in 7 languages without ever living abroad and learn about:
- Polyglots’ principles for effective language learning
- The most fatal mistakes in language learning and how to avoid them
- Detailed tips for improving your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in a foreign language, enlarging your vocabulary and working on your grammar
- How to defeat your fear of speaking and start a natural communication in a foreign language
- How to find time for language learning in spite of your extremely busy agenda
- Get advice for your specific problems that you’ve experienced on your language learning journey so far
- Special tips for learning Slovak!
Lydia is no newbie on the language learning scene. In the last two years:
- her seminars have been attended by over 1,400 Slovaks and Czechs (both live and online)
- her public lectures have been attended by more than 2,000 people
- her YouTube videos have been seen by more than 400,000 people
Now, for the first time ever, she’s offering her complete know-how also in English. Her seminars in Slovak (there have been 14 of them) were always sold-out within a couple of days (23 attendees per seminar). This seminar will be held in English and it’s open only for 15 people. Don’t miss the opportunity to change the way you learn foreign languages forever.
What can you expect?
- Information on over 30 ways of language learning for anyone who is above the total beginner level. We bet you’ve never heard about most of them!
- Tips for modern tools (apps, websites) that you can apply immediately
- An exact guide for systematic language learning
- A huge dose of motivation
- An elaborate work sheet
What does the Language Master seminar entail?
- explanation of 30+ methods of learning any foreign language from a lower intermediate level onwards (A2 and above)
- tips for numerous free websites and apps to improve your foreign language skills
- know-how on how to learn languages in a fun, systematic and efficient way which brings results within weeks rather than years
- a workbook to write notes in
- an action plan to apply right after the seminar
- refreshments throughout the day
- BONUS:a set of how-to videos which explain how to work with selected apps and websites (provided within 2 weeks after the seminar
- BONUS:A closed Facebook group for the participants of the seminar to follow up in your learning and make sure you get all your questions answered!
Videocourse Language Master (lifelong access, learn whenever you like)
Autodidacts' Academy (including lifelong access to Language Master)
If the seminar does not meet your expectations or you don't like it for whatever reason, you will be entitled to a 100% money-back guarantee. All you need to do is write an email to email@example.com within 30 days of receiving your login data and I'll send you your money back. There's no catch, I'm giving you my word for it.
Not sure if this seminar is the right thing for you? Have a look at what other participants have said about it.
I had felt I should do something about my English for quite some time. I'd heard about Lydia and her methods and my expectations were pretty high. And they got totally surpassed! Her methods are just AWESOME! A wonderful presentation of dozens of interesting ways to learn any language. Everyone can choose whichever they like and which will help them best in particular problems with the language. This seminar has finally got me going and I have started learning right after the seminar. And believe it or not: it's great fun! 🙂
If you want to really learn a foreign language but you don't know how, listen to this girl. She's nice, smart, she talks in an interesting and inspiring way and she'll give you so many ways to improve your languages that if you can't make it work after this seminar, you never will! 🙂
AMAZING! A must-attend. It's the perfect springboard to learning languages in a fun way, not the school way. I learnt about really valuable ways of learning languages that I started applying in my life right away. This was a great investment indeed!
I signed up for the seminar because I felt the need to improve two languages that I was once good at but then they got rusty. I can tell you honestly that Lýdia's seminar was a very positive surprise as to the know-how and methods she presented. I'm very grateful for this opportunity. The seminar gave me a wave of energy to start learning languages again, which I think was my biggest issue. Now I have an exact plan, so any excuses are irrelevant.