In Episode 47, Shawn Slakk shares with Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting how we can all open doors to achievement, self-awareness, and hope through the power of language.
In Episode 46, Chaz Volk, founder of Mr Thrive Media, shares with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting how building a network of trust uses the power of language and relationship to change lives for the better.
What does it mean to “free up” language? In this fun and insightful conversation, guest Florencia Henshaw and host Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting explore how “loosening control” can power up our development of and relationship with the living organism of language.
In this powerful conversation (Episode 44), Michael Liebowitz shares with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting how to find the words for our key belief to bring our own message to the world.
Michael Liebowitz is my guest for Episode 44. Read his bio to learn more about what he does and the valuable work his company, Mind Magnetizer, does.
What makes learning relevant? How can we help make life in the world better for all? In Episode 43, Leslie Baldwin, Executive Director of SCOLT, talks to Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting about how the gift and tool of human language extends meaning far beyond the classroom.
Jill Kushner Bishop, Founder and CEO of Multilingual Connections, shares insights with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting on how language and culture must be in the forefront of how companies prepare to do business in an interconnected world.
First ask Why. Then point out the path to How. Linda Zins Adams shares with Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting the steps to meaningful language learning and life-long cultural connections.
How does language and culture fit into what you share with others? Clarissa Adams Fletcher brings the concept of hope and identity into the forefront of this conversation with Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting.
In Episode 39, Jen Carson talks with Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting about the justice, as well as the power, of insuring that all may be engaged in and profit by world language and culture studies.