306 episodes

Your daily boost of language courage for those who love languages, and those who really don’t, but have to learn one anyway.

No matter how much we like language learning, it’s hard to stay motivated for the long haul. We start comparing ourselves, the doubts crowd in, and we start wondering if we’re doing it all wrong.

Join Emily Richardson, the super colourful writer, coach and self-taught polyglot for a weekday dose of tips, tricks, encouragement, and permission to learn your language your way.

We can do this!

The Language Confidence Project Emily Richardson

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Your daily boost of language courage for those who love languages, and those who really don’t, but have to learn one anyway.

No matter how much we like language learning, it’s hard to stay motivated for the long haul. We start comparing ourselves, the doubts crowd in, and we start wondering if we’re doing it all wrong.

Join Emily Richardson, the super colourful writer, coach and self-taught polyglot for a weekday dose of tips, tricks, encouragement, and permission to learn your language your way.

We can do this!

    S6E34: A warning against "so you're burnt out, what can you drop?"

    S6E34: A warning against "so you're burnt out, what can you drop?"

    Happy Thursday! In today's episode, we look at the fact that if you're feeling burnt out, "what can you drop?" might not be the right question to ask.

    The Language Confidence Project is back! AND we're now on YouTube! Find me at https://youtube.com/@thelangconprojectpodcast for daily, colourful and face to face messages of encouragement on your language journey!


    Read the full podcast transcript at www.languageconfidenceproject.com/podcast/s6e34


    Come and say hi! Book a 100 Conversations Project call with me: https://calendly.com/teawithemily/100conversations

    Get access to the weekly Creative Space for group work and study, a monthly Q&A, and discounted workshops: patreon.com/TheLanguageConfidenceProject

    Join your host, Emily Richardson, every weekday for a short and snappy dose of language courage to get you unstuck, whether you love languages or whether you really don't, but need to learn one anyway.

    Emily is the tiny and colourful creator of The Language Confidence Project, formerly Tea with Me, a platform to help multi-passionate and unconventional language learners splash language into every part of their lives. She is also the author of the How to Be Me series of language journals to help you to tell the stories that really matter in your new language. Join her on Instagram at @teawithemily or visit her website at www.languageconfidenceproject.com

    A huge thank you to Samuel Peter Davies for the happiest music in the world, and to Anna Bovi Diamond for using every colour in the box on the cover art.

    • 6 min
    S6E33: Consistency doesn't need your best self

    S6E33: Consistency doesn't need your best self

    Happy Wednesday! Today is a reminder that, if we're going to show up really regularly for our goals, we need to get comfortable with the fact that we're not always going to be our best self while we do it!



    The Language Confidence Project is back! AND we're now on YouTube! Find me at https://youtube.com/@thelangconprojectpodcast for daily, colourful and face to face messages of encouragement on your language journey!


    Read the full podcast transcript at www.languageconfidenceproject.com/podcast/s6e33


    Come and say hi! Book a 100 Conversations Project call with me: https://calendly.com/teawithemily/100conversations

    Get access to the weekly Creative Space for group work and study, a monthly Q&A, and discounted workshops: patreon.com/TheLanguageConfidenceProject

    Join your host, Emily Richardson, every weekday for a short and snappy dose of language courage to get you unstuck, whether you love languages or whether you really don't, but need to learn one anyway.

    Emily is the tiny and colourful creator of The Language Confidence Project, formerly Tea with Me, a platform to help multi-passionate and unconventional language learners splash language into every part of their lives. She is also the author of the How to Be Me series of language journals to help you to tell the stories that really matter in your new language. Join her on Instagram at @teawithemily or visit her website at www.languageconfidenceproject.com

    A huge thank you to Samuel Peter Davies for the happiest music in the world, and to Anna Bovi Diamond for using every colour in the box on the cover art.

    • 5 min
    S6E32: It really is a numbers game in languages too

    S6E32: It really is a numbers game in languages too

    Happy Tuesday! If you're finding yourself fixated on planning the perfect conversation, this episode is for you!

    The Language Confidence Project is back! AND we're now on YouTube! Find me at https://youtube.com/@thelangconprojectpodcast for daily, colourful and face to face messages of encouragement on your language journey!


    Read the full podcast transcript at www.languageconfidenceproject.com/podcast/s6e32


    Come and say hi! Book a 100 Conversations Project call with me: https://calendly.com/teawithemily/100conversations

    Get access to the weekly Creative Space for group work and study, a monthly Q&A, and discounted workshops: patreon.com/TheLanguageConfidenceProject

    Join your host, Emily Richardson, every weekday for a short and snappy dose of language courage to get you unstuck, whether you love languages or whether you really don't, but need to learn one anyway.

    Emily is the tiny and colourful creator of The Language Confidence Project, formerly Tea with Me, a platform to help multi-passionate and unconventional language learners splash language into every part of their lives. She is also the author of the How to Be Me series of language journals to help you to tell the stories that really matter in your new language. Join her on Instagram at @teawithemily or visit her website at www.languageconfidenceproject.com

    A huge thank you to Samuel Peter Davies for the happiest music in the world, and to Anna Bovi Diamond for using every colour in the box on the cover art.

    • 4 min
    S6E31: Why trying to figure out a problem might be blocking you from a solution

    S6E31: Why trying to figure out a problem might be blocking you from a solution

    Good morning, happy Monday! Today. I'm sharing some wisdom from entrepreneur Ed Mylett, from this video (the part I quoted is in the first three minutes)

    https://youtu.be/97Ur98fpACk?si=KiVDGZx1yHCxi2G0

    I also referenced two of my own podcast episodes which help with asking the right questions when you meet obstacles: S3E17 and S4E36.



    The Language Confidence Project is back! AND we're now on YouTube! Find me at https://youtube.com/@thelangconprojectpodcast for daily, colourful and face to face messages of encouragement on your language journey!


    Read the full podcast transcript at www.languageconfidenceproject.com/podcast/s6e36


    Come and say hi! Book a 100 Conversations Project call with me: https://calendly.com/teawithemily/100conversations

    Get access to the weekly Creative Space for group work and study, a monthly Q&A, and discounted workshops: patreon.com/TheLanguageConfidenceProject

    Join your host, Emily Richardson, every weekday for a short and snappy dose of language courage to get you unstuck, whether you love languages or whether you really don't, but need to learn one anyway.

    Emily is the tiny and colourful creator of The Language Confidence Project, formerly Tea with Me, a platform to help multi-passionate and unconventional language learners splash language into every part of their lives. She is also the author of the How to Be Me series of language journals to help you to tell the stories that really matter in your new language. Join her on Instagram at @teawithemily or visit her website at www.languageconfidenceproject.com

    A huge thank you to Samuel Peter Davies for the happiest music in the world, and to Anna Bovi Diamond for using every colour in the box on the cover art.

    • 11 min
    S6E30: These little steps really are paving the way

    S6E30: These little steps really are paving the way

    So often, we hear stories about how small changes and consistency lead to big changes, often really fast. And that can lead us to question ourselves and our to-do lists and wonder why we aren't getting our rapid transformation too. So today, in the 300th episode of the Language Confidence Project, I wanted to come in and remind you that YES, these small, daily tasks are exactly the steps that pave the way to our goal.

    If you're really worried that things are really taking too long to pay off, check out this YouTube episode, or S2E2 of The Language Confidence Project.

    https://youtu.be/RKirjjxnazA?si=aADUVXuSZWVk7GMp



    The Language Confidence Project is back! AND we're now on YouTube! Find me at https://youtube.com/@thelangconprojectpodcast for daily, colourful and face to face messages of encouragement on your language journey!


    Read the full podcast transcript at www.languageconfidenceproject.com/podcast/s6e30


    Come and say hi! Book a 100 Conversations Project call with me: https://calendly.com/teawithemily/100conversations

    Get access to the weekly Creative Space for group work and study, a monthly Q&A, and discounted workshops: patreon.com/TheLanguageConfidenceProject

    Join your host, Emily Richardson, every weekday for a short and snappy dose of language courage to get you unstuck, whether you love languages or whether you really don't, but need to learn one anyway.

    Emily is the tiny and colourful creator of The Language Confidence Project, formerly Tea with Me, a platform to help multi-passionate and unconventional language learners splash language into every part of their lives. She is also the author of the How to Be Me series of language journals to help you to tell the stories that really matter in your new language. Join her on Instagram at @teawithemily or visit her website at www.languageconfidenceproject.com

    A huge thank you to Samuel Peter Davies for the happiest music in the world, and to Anna Bovi Diamond for using every colour in the box on the cover art.

    • 6 min
    S6E29: Stop looking for tips and tricks! ;)

    S6E29: Stop looking for tips and tricks! ;)

    Yes, this podcast about language learning tricks and tips is telling you that you don't need any more tricks and tips. Because sometimes, what we really need, is to take action!



    The Language Confidence Project is back! AND we're now on YouTube! Find me at https://youtube.com/@thelangconprojectpodcast for daily, colourful and face to face messages of encouragement on your language journey!


    Read the full podcast transcript at www.languageconfidenceproject.com/podcast/s6e29


    Come and say hi! Book a 100 Conversations Project call with me: https://calendly.com/teawithemily/100conversations

    Get access to the weekly Creative Space for group work and study, a monthly Q&A, and discounted workshops: patreon.com/TheLanguageConfidenceProject

    Join your host, Emily Richardson, every weekday for a short and snappy dose of language courage to get you unstuck, whether you love languages or whether you really don't, but need to learn one anyway.

    Emily is the tiny and colourful creator of The Language Confidence Project, formerly Tea with Me, a platform to help multi-passionate and unconventional language learners splash language into every part of their lives. She is also the author of the How to Be Me series of language journals to help you to tell the stories that really matter in your new language. Join her on Instagram at @teawithemily or visit her website at www.languageconfidenceproject.com

    A huge thank you to Samuel Peter Davies for the happiest music in the world, and to Anna Bovi Diamond for using every colour in the box on the cover art.

    • 4 min

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