How To Introduce Yourself In English | 3 Simple Steps

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This video lesson will help you master English introductions using 3 simple steps. It will help you gain confidence and speak like a native English speaker.


 

Step 1 | Type of Person You Are

  • Focus: Your character and personality
  • 2 Parts [State your character + your personality]
    • Character: This helps them get a better understanding of your core values. In other words, the things that are important to you.
    • Personality: This helps them get a better understanding of how you will blend with the current individuals at their company.
  • Example:
    • “Hello, my name is Samantha Smith. I am a very diligent and honest person. I also have a very outgoing and friendly personality.”
      • DILIGENT | “having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties”

Step 2 | Your Experience Briefly

  • Focus: Describing a specific experience
  • 2 Parts [State how it relates to your interview + your life changing experience]
    • Related to the interview: This shows that you have taken the time to do some research about the position and the company.
    • Life changing experience: This shows that you are able to think logically about your life and about business (because you have to make a connection).
  • Example:
    • “I have traveled all over the world, but my favorite country is South Korea. During my time there, I learned many things about their culture and language. The main thing I learned was the importance of embracing and respecting other cultures. As a global company, I believe that this is a philosophy you also value.”
      • EMBRACING | “accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically”

Step 3 | Life Philosophy

  • Focus: Your philosophy and how it developed
  • 3 Parts [State what it is + how it can help you at this company + connection to your future]
    • Explanation: The goal is to give more details about the way you think and the way you connect with others around you.
    • Past – How it developed: This helps them understand the process you went through to come to the current ideas you value.
    • Future – Affect on your life: This helps them understand how your thoughts affect your actions and also how you look at life. (Pessimistically or Optimistically)
  • Example:
    • “My personal life philosophy is “we all grow when we respect and learn from each other”. I developed this philosophy after working with people from various cultures and it has completely changed my life.”
      • CHANGED MY LIFE | “to make a huge difference or to have a big impact on one’s life”
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Yosmar Saavedra Davila
Yosmar Saavedra Davila
1 year ago

Hi,nice to meet you.I like yours English clases ,so much!

Ghislain guenol teezy
Ghislain guenol teezy
1 year ago

Goodmorning

Ghislain guenol teezy
Ghislain guenol teezy
1 year ago

Goodmorning

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