The Complete System for Socialising with Confidence

Do you feel nervous when you have to socialise with people in English, whether at work, conference or events?

Do you feel shy when you have to socialise in English?

Are you missing out on networking and relationship building opportunities? Friendships and connections that could earn you serious money in the future. 

Do you want to feel more confident and avoid embarrassing mistakes?

Do you need a course that is short, but full of all the most essential tips and techniques that will have you socialising with ease in no time? 

Then this message is for you.

I’m Andrew Ambrosius,
the CEO of The Art of Business English

I am a Business English coach with over 10 years experience helping business professionals improve their confidence and skills to perform at the highest level. 

I’m going to reveal to you the keys to ​socialising confidently so that you are a​ more confident net-worker and communicator in English. 

If you want a real, actionable social English skills based course - if you want to escape the frustration and embarrassment of social events where EVERYONE is speaking English.  - then taking a fast-track course on socialising is the way to go. 

In fact, let’s get more specific: I want to show you how you can socialise confidently in English, avoid the embarrassing mistakes and meet new people with ease.

Our system divides socialising into very concrete linguistic steps, using essential grammar and the mechanics or "dance" of social situations. We look at what a native person expects to hear so that you are ready for a typical interaction. Ready to "dance" in a social situation. 

That’s the beauty of my course. It’s short, simple, straight to the point and designed specifically to make you feel confident from the beginning. My step-by-step programme gets you socialising in no time. 

But... Why do I need to improve my social English skills?


It may surprise you to hear me say that poor social English skills can cost you money!

But here’s the thing: I have seen over and over again the negative outcomes of people avoiding social situations. Socialising is communication and poor communication results in a lose of potential new clients. Missing out on business opportunities. Missing out on finding and hiring top talent and many more. 

There is nothing worse than being the boss or a manager and not being able to attend trade fairs, events or receive clients and potential customers at your company. Imagine, not feeling comfortable entertaining your best client over a lunch or dinner.

Unless you don't need to ​​socialise in English on a regular basis, I suggest not making the same mistakes and take the steps to improve your ​networking and social skills​. It could just save you more money and time than you realise.

Does this sound like you?

You feel awkward speaking English in social situations. Somehow you say the wrong thing at the wrong time.

How many of us have felt this way when we tried to talk to someone at a business event? Or even to talk to new people at work at a trade fair?

The places change, but the story’s the same: you tell yourself, I am not like the “naturals” who always seem to know the right thing to say. Who seem so comfortable with their English. Instead, when we say something, it comes out completely wrong. Or worse — we just sit there quietly like a statue in the corner.

If there’s one thing worse than saying the wrong thing, it’s being forgettable. Being forgettable doesn't get you new customers or clients. It gets you, well... forgettable. 

Have you ever done this? 

  • You attend an event filled with interesting people, then stay in the corner and check email for 20 minutes
  • You walk up to 2 people talking, standing there awkwardly and waiting for them to welcome you in the conversation. When they kept talking, you stood there...waiting...and finally turned around and left
  • You receive a client at your company and awkwardly greet them, they feel uncomfortable, you feel uncomfortable, then you make some excuse about not speaking English, and effectively kill the conversation for the rest of the day

But it doesn't have to be this way, you can learn the skills to engage people in conversation and comfortably maintain a conversation in English.

Stop feeling embarrassed

You know what I mean, you ​try and avoid social situations because you don't feel confident with your English. But sometimes you just can't avoid a dinner or event and then you get so angry with yourself for not having worked on improving your English. Why? Because you feel like the only idiot at the table who can't maintain a conversation in English.

You keep asking yourself "Why can't I say what I mean!!?", "Why don't people want to talk to me?".

It’s okay to admit it, ​sometimes life gets in the way of our good intentions. We, don't have the time to work on our English, even though we know we have to. 

The reality is that you can't just "survive" ​in social situations, you need to prosper. 

The truth is that we need to take the time to improve our ​social English skills. Why? Because that is what ​will get us new business opportunities and make us feel confident around English speaking people. 

For example, we might go to a trade fair, we meet some clients and then we struggle to have a conversation. You almost die with embarrassment when they ask you to have lunch with them. You try and think of some excuse to leave, but you know that would seem rude. Arrh! The lunch is awkward and uncomfortable, and you really wish you could entertain your client, but you can't think of anything to say.

Do you know what is the worst thing? ​Your client will never tell you how they feel! We never get feedback, ​all we know is that we feel stupid and embarrassed. 

You don't need to feel this way!

Stop feeling confused

Do you want to know how to react naturally to what people say? What about understanding correct body language and key expressions?

The AOBE course "How to Engage People in Conversation" teaches you the little secrets behind what to say and when to say it. This instantly provides clarity and makes you feel more confident in your interactions. 

The cost of poor social skills

Like it or not, poor social skills has a cost on business. This cost manifests itself in two ways, missed opportunities and losing money.

Too much social interaction today is indirect and over social media. People lack the interpersonal skills to form real relationships. 

Rather than helping us be better communicators, we are in fact losing the art of communicating. Put the barrier of another language up and we are often unable to effectively engage people, preferring the "comfort" of silence. 

Avoiding social interactions goes against human nature. We are a tribal species, we need human interactions. Think of all of the wonderful things that can happen when you meet new people:

  • New business partners
  • New clients or suppliers
  • New girlfriend/boyfriend/husband/wife
  • New information and answers to problems
  • New friends and people who can help you
  • Learning about new cultures and countries
  • New books to read
  • New technologies to investigate
  • And the list goes on... 
"Andrew, I have tried to improve my social English skills but it's just not working."

Maybe you’ve been reading so far and rolling your eyes. “Tell me something I don’t know yet.”

Maybe you’ve been trying to find the confidence to be more social. Maybe you have been trying to overcome your frustration and you’re still struggling because you feel like you're not progressing. 

This is because you haven't got the correct "map", no one has shown you the way forward. You are like a person walking in the dark. You don't get any feedback and no one tells you what mistakes you're making. You can't clearly see the way to get the improvement you need.

Don’t know how to ​find the clarity you need? Well, what if you had an exact system for showing you how to feel confident and prepared for social interactions with people you have just met.

​​​​That's what you get with the AOBE course "How to engage people in conversation!

Let's face it. You can have the best technical skills in the world. But if you can’t communicate with the people around you — if you haven’t learned the skills of being likeable — what’s the point?

  • You can be the world's greatest engineer, but if you can't start a conversation with someone you don't effective is your plan?
  • You can be the nicest, funniest guy in the bar, but if you don't know how to start and hold a conversation with a would anyone know?
  • You can go to business events, but if you can't make people remember who you were (in a positive way)...why would they invite you back?

Improving your English speaking in social situations isn't just about making you feel comfortable. The ability to put your awkwardness to one side and make other people feel great when they meet you is essential to our very ability to live a Rich Life in personal, professional and even intimate relationships.

Is it strange to learn "social skills"?

Most people sit around praying that there is a magic pill, a pill that will allow them to learn English instantly. Most sane people know that this is fictitious. Socialising in English speaking environments requires you to have the skills to socialise, as well as the linguistic skills to engage people in conversation. If you don't have those skills, then they are not going to magically appear. You need to practice them to become expert.  

Think how powerful it would be to develop the skills to engage people in conversation in English. What an amazing advantage — to know you can go anywhere and be confident. You can walk in to a situation with authenticity and openness, and walk away leaving people smiling. That's more important than any marketing or psychology tactic. Just being "you" and not worrying about if you think your English is "good" enough to talk to people. 

That's how the AOBE course "How to engage people in conversation" helps you. It gives you the blueprint, a guide on how you can approach socialising situations when you know you have to speak English. 

""There are more social skills required to talk one-on-one [than to an audience]. You don't have to be socially fluid to talk to two thousand people." ~ Jerry Seinfeld."

Social Skills Are Powerful

Being able to socialise well in any language is a powerful, if not essential business skill to have.

Communication skills are central to being an effective worker, manager or leader. If we want to expand our business, grow our customer base, build an audience, then we need to socialise well and network effectively. 

Of course you can easily find people who’ve tried to improve their networking and conversation skills but end up bitterly disappointed or totally frustrated with their lack of progress.

That’s because, quite frankly, most ​learners who try this are going about it ​the completely wrong way.

Let me break it down for you - let’s look at the typical mistakes that lead to poor social skills.

  • How do I start a conversation with someone I don't know?
  • What are the typical expressions people use to make the other person feel comfortable?
  • Why do I always feel awkward and uncomfortable at social events? 
  • How do I get people to talk to me?
  • How can I become a better listener and make the other person feel special?
  • How do I show the other person I am interested in what they are saying?
  • How can I keep a conversation going and avoid awkward silences?
  • How does my body language help or hurt me in social situations?
  • How do I make the correct natural or native response to certain types of news? 

With How to Engage People in Conversation online course the answer to all these questions
 is finally revealed

With this course, I’m teaching my entire system that shows you how to engage people in conversation with confidence.

That means we cover everything you need to get it right and avoid all of the ​problems listed above. We cover:

  • Essential Grammar: Everything you need to know about forming questions, using tag questions and interrogative pronouns.
  • How to open a conversation: All the steps and advice to help you "break the ice" and get over the hardest part of any conversation.
  • How to improve you listening skills:  Everything you need to become a better listener and show empathy towards others.
  • How to keep a conversation going: All the tips and skills you need to maintain a conversation and make it easy for the other person to respond.
  • How to react to news: Everything you need to learn about making the correct response to the news that you receive.
  • How to close a conversation: Everything you need to know to help you bring a conversation to a comfortable close.

This is not a half baked course. ​This is the entire, workable system that I ​have been teaching for many years to get my students' the results they desire. 

This video based course, with practice quizzes, helps English learners build confidence from the first step. I give you actionable and practical knowledge that you can start using at your next social event.

I’ll tell you more about exactly what you’ll get, but first let me be clear about some things…

What this course is NOT...

I want to set the right expectations, here.This course is not what you expect from your typical, average online course.

  • How to engage people in conversation is Not a Passive “Information Download”. This course is not about just sitting back, learning a bunch of theory and then doing nothing with it. This is an implementation-focused course. The purpose isn’t to download a bunch of information, it’s to guide you through a system of exercises and actions to take, that lead you to the result. Don’t sign up for this if you don’t want to do the real work. This product is not for “info product tourists”.
  • This is Not a Solo Course. If you don't like to form part of a community, then maybe this course isn't for you. I want to help my students, so I will be encouraging you to interact and ask me loads of questions and comment in the comment section or join our forum. 

What You Get When You Sign Up for "How to Engage People in Conversation" Online Course Today

An online course that you can learn at your own pace with video lessons from live coaching sessions. 

Worksheets and downloadable resources to help you learn faster. 

Theory into practice exercises and corrections so you get the feedback you need. 

Lesson One 

Open vs. Closed Question Types for socialising

Lesson Two

Present Perfect tense in social situations

Lesson Three

Forming questions with interrogative pronouns

Five Four

Understanding tag questions for socialising 

Lesson Five

How to open a conversation, even with someone you don't know

Lesson Six

How to listen effectively and keep a conversation going

Lesson Seven

How to show interest in a conversation and encourage the other person

Lesson Eight

How to react to positive and negative news

Lesson Nine

How to politely bring a conversation to a close

Bonus unit! 

When you finish the course we unlock a bonus unit that teaches you the skills for empathetic listening. If you want to become a better communicator then you need to learn to become a better listener. 

On this course we not only teach you the linguistic skills in English, we also teach you universal skills for better communication that can be used in any language. 

What You’ll Discover
in the "How to Engage People in Conversation" Modules

Understand the essential grammar for socialising

Learn the secrets of using tag questions

Overcome your fear of starting a conversation with someone you don't know

Become a better listener and better communicator

Learn the essential language and skill set for keeping a conversation going

Learn the best way to show the other person you are interested in the conversation

Understand how to make the correct responses to both positive and negative news

Who’s This Andrew Ambrosius Guy Anyway?

Okay, so I claim to be some kind of expert and I claim to be able to teach you how to socialise in English. But can you really trust me? After all, how many rubbish teachers have you had in your life?

I totally agree with your scepticism, here. In the English teaching space, there are too many “experts” who don’t really know what they’re talking about. People who's only claim to being a good teacher is the fact that they are native. However, they have no experience, except for the 60 hour "TOFEL" course they did last month. 

There are 2 things about me, that might ease your mind:

  1. I love teaching and have been doing it for more than 10 years.
  2. ​I am bilingual and know all the traps and frustrations that people face when learning a new language. 

Creating online courses for my students is my favourite thing to do. I love helping and getting my students results. If you don't listen to my weekly podcast then I encourage you to check it out. You will see how much value I provide my audience every week.  ​

​So, why take my word for it, why don't we get the opinion of my students. They have learnt from me first hand.

​He realizado el curso Preparación First Certificate. Recomendable al 100%. Flexibilidad en el estudio, material didáctico muy bien estructurado y lo mejor el trato cercano de los docentes, aun siendo un curso a distancia sientes su proximidad.

​Arkaitz Pujana

​¡100% recomendable! Me han ayudado mucho con todas mis dudas y siempre he sentido que el profesor estaba allí para mí. Si deseas aprobar con este curso lo lograrás. Me ha sido de gran ayuda. ¡Muchísimas gracias!

​Eudald Villicrosa

​Mi nombre es Jordi, soy de Barcelona y soy el director de una empresa de maquinara. Antes tenía problemas y muchas dificultades para comunicarme con mis clientes en inglés.​ Con las clases con Andrew de inglés de negocios ​aprendí a ser más independiente. Ahora me siento más realizado y seguro en el contacto directo con mis clientes en inglés..

​Jordi Ratera

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What if I am too shy to attend events where I have to socialise in English

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