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I Teach TEFL

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by your life’s circumstances?

You want to soar in freedom and reach your dream destinations, but you feel confined by your situation, like a caged bird. It gets exhausting, frustrating, and you don’t know what to do…

I’ve been there many times, and I know firsthand how to navigate the maze, even if all you see are walls.

The truth is, many of your life’s situations you cannot change. You can’t change the current conditions and situations where you live, you can’t change the situation where you work, you battle to change your personal circumstances etc

Funny enough, we still try. When attempting to change people and circumstances yields unsustainable results, we get stressed and tired, feel disappointed and powerless…! Then that is when you start to seek freedom….wants to get away!

As long as you are keeping your focus on limiting conditions, you will be stuck where you are!

The SECRET to True FREEDOM

The secret to freedom is that moment when you decide to claim what you want despite your circumstances! Read again “what YOU WANT” not others!!

You will discover possibilities that you never imagined were out there… This leads you claiming the power of personal freedom, which in return opens the door to unlimited opportunities and successes in every area of your life.

Why do we procrastinate?

Our rational minds are designed to keep us safe. Whenever you attempt to move out of your comfort zone, where it’s all familiar, and seemingly safe - even if it’s painful -your logic will present a compelling case as to why you shouldn’t take a risk.

Your desire for more: freedom, excitement, love, joy, abundance, and self-expression will be overpowered by the heavy load of reasons to stay exactly where you are.

Your mind will diligently remind you of all the things you’ve tried which didn’t work and of all the times you fell short. It will paint a vivid picture of potential shame and guilt of being irresponsible and “failing” again.

No wonder you are hesitant to move ahead….

What’s the Way Out?

The way out is fairly simple.

Remember that the past is the past! What has happened in the past is exactly that and if you keep your past as a guide line for the present or the future you will only duplicate the past! Clean the past out of your mind! Do not that the past undermines your self-trust and confidence!

Without realizing it, we drag around a heavy burden that slows our progress: The opinion of a teacher who told you that you can’t write, the kid in school who called you stupid, the warning of your mother to be careful, the words of your father not to be selfish, the pain of betrayal of your lover cheating on you… etc.
These opinions and emotions have nothing to do with who you are. They’re simply the residue you picked up along the way, which glooms your radiance and sabotages your future.
What happens in the present, today, and in the future, tomorrow and the day thereafter and thereafter depend entirely on what you believe is your potential, what is your destiny etc!

Thus, stop feeling sorry for yourself, stop worrying about what other would say or think! It is your time!

Break those shackles of you circumstantial “jail” and escape into the world of freedom that you deserve. The one you are dreaming about! Personal freedom is your right! Take control of it!
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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by your life’s circumstances?

You want to soar in freedom and reach your dream destinations, but you feel confined by your situation, like a caged bird. It gets exhausting, frustrating, and you don’t know what to do…

I’ve been there many times, and I know firsthand how to navigate the maze, even if all you see are walls. 

The truth is, many of your life’s situations you cannot change. You can’t change the current conditions and situations where you live, you can’t change the situation where you work, you battle to change your personal circumstances etc 

Funny enough, we still try. When attempting to change people and circumstances yields unsustainable results, we get stressed and tired, feel disappointed and powerless…! Then that is when you start to seek freedom….wants to get away!

As long as you are keeping your focus on limiting conditions, you will be stuck where you are!

The SECRET to True FREEDOM

The secret to freedom is that moment when you decide to claim what you want despite your circumstances!   Read again “what YOU WANT” not others!!

You will discover possibilities that you never imagined were out there… This leads you claiming the power of personal freedom, which in return opens the door to unlimited opportunities and successes in every area of your life.

Why do we procrastinate?

Our rational minds are designed to keep us safe. Whenever you attempt to move out of your comfort zone, where it’s all familiar, and seemingly safe - even if it’s painful -your logic will present a compelling case as to why you shouldn’t take a risk.

Your desire for more: freedom, excitement, love, joy, abundance, and self-expression will be overpowered by the heavy load of reasons to stay exactly where you are.

Your mind will diligently remind you of all the things you’ve tried which didn’t work and of all the times you fell short. It will paint a vivid picture of potential shame and guilt of being irresponsible and “failing” again.

No wonder you are hesitant to move ahead….

What’s the Way Out?

The way out is fairly simple. 

Remember that the past is the past!  What has happened in the past is exactly that and if you keep your past as a guide line for the present or the future you will only duplicate the past! Clean the past out of your mind! Do not that the past undermines your self-trust and confidence!

Without realizing it, we drag around a heavy burden that slows our progress: The opinion of a teacher who told you that you can’t write, the kid in school who called you stupid, the warning of your mother to be careful, the words of your father not to be selfish, the pain of betrayal of your lover cheating on you… etc.
These opinions and emotions have nothing to do with who you are. They’re simply the residue you picked up along the way, which glooms your radiance and sabotages your future.
What happens in the present, today, and in the future, tomorrow and the day thereafter and thereafter depend entirely on what you believe is your potential, what is your destiny etc!

Thus, stop feeling sorry for yourself, stop worrying about what other would say or think!  It is your time!

Break those shackles of you circumstantial “jail” and escape into the world of freedom that you deserve. The one you are dreaming about!  Personal freedom is your right! Take control of it!

 

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4 days ago

I Teach TEFL

Teaching English in Thailand

Join Team I Teach TEFL in the seaside village of Patong Beach Phuket! The investment of $1199 USD required to get yourself TEFL certified will be worth every cent! You will be able to create memories no money can buy!

Contact us today! Inbox us your email address. www.facebook.com/ITeachTEFLPhuket/

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6 days ago

I Teach TEFL

The pleasures of teaching abroad!!

You might think it is humorous but that is pretty much what happens in the ESL classrooms!

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1 week ago

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Pitty they see 50 yr old as too old.

1 week ago

I Teach TEFL

Teaching should be fun. But most educators tend to miss the boat as far as that is concerned! I understand that we can not always be chirpy and quirky but sometimes getting a bit cocky ain't that bad!

Watch this video!

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1 week ago

I Teach TEFL

Want to experience the amazing beauty of Thailand?

What better way than to be Teaching English in Thailand! An amazing life experience! You can do it!


Contact us today!! Inbox us your email address for our Information Pack!

www.facebook.com/ITeachTEFLPhuket/

The picture was taken at Koh Tao, Thailand. 280 km from Phuket.
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Want to experience the amazing beauty of Thailand?

What better way than to be Teaching English in Thailand! An amazing life experience!  You can do it!
 

Contact us today!! Inbox us your email address for our Information Pack!

https://www.facebook.com/ITeachTEFLPhuket/ 

The picture was taken at Koh Tao, Thailand. 280 km from Phuket.

2 weeks ago

I Teach TEFL

We received the following message on a daily basis: Why it is so expensive to Teach English in Asia?"

My response is exactly the same every time without fail:

First and foremost, you need to get a qualification re 120 Hour Onsite TEFL Certification.

Secondly, the cost of getting here, to survive until you get your first salary will, unfortunately, be for your own account.

See attached file for the exact cost that you need to budget for!
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We received the following message on a daily basis: Why it is so expensive to Teach English in Asia?

My response is exactly the same every time without fail:  

First and foremost, you need to get a qualification re 120 Hour Onsite TEFL Certification.

Secondly, the cost of getting here, to survive until you get your first salary will, unfortunately, be for your own account.

See attached file for the exact cost that you need to budget for!

 

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Francois Kruger

2 weeks ago

I Teach TEFL

Amazing Thailand awaits you!

13 Reasons why you should travel to Thailand

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13 Gründe warum du einmal nach Thailand Reisen solltest. Welcher ist dein Lieblingsgrund? 😉
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Anrico Labuschagne Jacques Le Roux

2 weeks ago

I Teach TEFL

Living and working abroad is not always that carefree and idyllic as it sounds.

Living in a foreign country is tough, you need to deal with a culture that is foreign to you, the administration laws of your new host country is different and sometimes it does not make sense, and to top it all, the customs of you host country takes some real adjusting and effort getting used to.

While living in a foreign country sounds exciting and romantic, it does have a catch. When expats tread on unfamiliar ground, they tend to stick to what is familiar. Thus, many expatriates never make the transition from expat to a compatriot. After all, becoming a part of the local culture is probably the hardest part of living abroad.

It is tempting to share your experiences of living in a foreign country exclusively with other expats. Nobody else will understand your hesitation to try the local food, your problems with adjusting to the pace of life and your ambivalence towards social customs as well as those who are in the same boat.

Transition from Expat to Compatriot

However, in order to get the most out of your expat experience, you need to break out of your comfortable little cocoon (comfort zone) after a while and try to immerse yourself in the local culture. If you let go of false impressions and stereotypes, then you have already taken the first major step. Living in a foreign country can then become a truly life-altering experience.

It is not as easy as it seems to adjust to life abroad. The process of making the transition from living like an expat to a more local lifestyle takes time. Culture shock is part and parcel of living abroad and hits all of us eventually. The trick is not to let it get the better of you. After all, it takes some time for all international travelers and expats to get used to their new environment.

The Charm Wears Off

For most people who live in a foreign country, many aspects of the local culture seem strange at best. This might appear exciting at first. The initial reason for moving abroad is after all often the wish to explore foreign cultures.

However, after living in a foreign country for a while, little things that you initially considered charming may begin to annoy you. You will remember how everything ran on schedule back home, how you knew where everything was in the supermarket, or how easy it was to get in your car and visit friends, or go to a mall for coffee etc!

Embrace the Little Quirks

Everybody who decides on living in a foreign country needs some time to adjust to their new environment. The sooner you realise that you are in a different country where the culture and customs are different the better! Getting annoyed and upset will not change anything! The one that needs to change is you!

Until you get to this point, try to be respectful, patient, and humble. After all, you are a guest living in a foreign country, at least until you have made the transition from expat to a compatriot.

In summary, remember you need to IMMERSE into the CULTURE, you need to EMBRACE the LIFESTYLE (Customs) and most of all YOU need to ADAPT!

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I Teach TEFL
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Living and working abroad is not always that carefree and idyllic as it sounds.

Living in a foreign country is tough, you need to deal with a culture that is foreign to you,  the administration laws of your new host country is different and sometimes it does not make sense, and to top it all, the customs of you host country takes some real adjusting and effort getting used to. 

While living in a foreign country sounds exciting and romantic, it does have a catch. When expats tread on unfamiliar ground, they tend to stick to what is familiar. Thus, many expatriates never make the transition from expat to a compatriot. After all, becoming a part of the local culture is probably the hardest part of living abroad.

It is tempting to share your experiences of living in a foreign country exclusively with other expats. Nobody else will understand your hesitation to try the local food, your problems with adjusting to the pace of life and your ambivalence towards social customs as well as those who are in the same boat.

Transition from Expat to Compatriot

However, in order to get the most out of your expat experience, you need to break out of your comfortable little cocoon (comfort zone) after a while and try to immerse yourself in the local culture. If you let go of false impressions and stereotypes, then you have already taken the first major step. Living in a foreign country can then become a truly life-altering experience.

It is not as easy as it seems to adjust to life abroad. The process of making the transition from living like an expat to a more local lifestyle takes time. Culture shock is part and parcel of living abroad and hits all of us eventually. The trick is not to let it get the better of you. After all, it takes some time for all international travelers and expats to get used to their new environment.

The Charm Wears Off

For most people who live in a foreign country, many aspects of the local culture seem strange at best. This might appear exciting at first. The initial reason for moving abroad is after all often the wish to explore foreign cultures.

However, after living in a foreign country for a while, little things that you initially considered charming may begin to annoy you. You will remember how everything ran on schedule back home, how you knew where everything was in the supermarket,  or how easy it was to get in your car and visit friends, or go to a mall for coffee etc! 

Embrace the Little Quirks

Everybody who decides on living in a foreign country needs some time to adjust to their new environment.  The sooner you realise that you are in a different country where the culture and customs are different the better! Getting annoyed and upset will not change anything!  The one that needs to change is you!  

Until you get to this point, try to be respectful, patient, and humble. After all, you are a guest living in a foreign country, at least until you have made the transition from expat to a compatriot.

In summary, remember you need to IMMERSE into the CULTURE, you need to EMBRACE the LIFESTYLE (Customs) and most of all YOU need to ADAPT!

#iteachtefl
I Teach TEFL

2 weeks ago

I Teach TEFL

Only in Thailand!

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