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Why the Biggest Losers Are the Most Successful When It Comes to Learning English

Lindsay:This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 41: Deep Thoughts Thursday,

“Why the Biggest Losers Are the Most Successful When It Comes to Learning English.”

[Instrumental]

Gabby: Welcome to the All Ears English Podcast, where you’ll finally get real, native English conversation. Now here are your hosts, Lindsay McMahon, the ‘English Adventurer’ and Gabby Wallace, the ‘Language Angel,’ coming to you from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Lindsay: In today’s episode, you’ll learn why it’s necessary or crucial to have a high failure rate as an English learner.

[Instrumental]

Gabby: Over 100,000 downloads. Lindsay, can you believe it?

Lindsay: Seriously amazing. So this podcast is, is just really rocking it.

Gabby: Yeah. And I am so happy. I’m looking at our reviews, (uh) ratings and

reviews on iTunes and I see we have a, a several, several five star reviews

and I just wanna (want to) thank those of you who have taken the time to review our podcast because we really need these ratings and reviews to (uh) stay in iTunes and, and keep our podcasts going, so please, please, please, if you’re listening and you enjoy the podcast or if you don’t enjoy the podcast, still give us a review.

Lindsay: Absolutely. And we wanna (want to) say “Thank you” specifically to dalong song, (uh), we wanna (want to) say “Thank you” to SemyonS, (uh), K-shan the Ajitam and AlameaGabby: Liwen Yang.

Lindsay: Liwen Yang. Thanks so much. And…

Gabby: Asif Van

Lindsay: (Uh-huh). Froggy1947 and I also wanna (want to) say “Thank you” to HSu who’s over on Stitcher. “Thank you so much for listening and thank you so much for that review over on Stitcher. Really appreciate that.”Gabby: Fabian Boer.

Lindsay: Mm-hm. So anyways, please guys, if you have a chance today, please go ahead, on over to iTunes or Stitcher and leave a review. It’s only gonna (going to) take you a few minutes and you don’t even know how helpful it will be for us.

Gabby: Yeah, we really appreciate it.

Lindsay: Thank you.

Gabby: Thanks guys. All right so today for our, for Thursday, (um), we have a quote and we’d like to kind of play a guessing game with you guys, so we’re gonna (going to) share the quote with you and we’d like you to think ‘who said it?’Lindsay: Yeah.

Gabby: Who said it?

Right. So let me start by reading the quote, “I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games, 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I failed over and over and over again in my life.” Can you imagine what kind of loser this is?

Gabby: He’s failed so many times.

Lindsay: He’s a loser.

Gabby: That’s crazy. 9,000 shots he’s missed.

Lindsay: But let me finish the quote. The final line of the quote is “And that is why I succeed.”Gabby: Interesting.

Lindsay: So who is it?

Gabby: Michael Jordan.

Lindsay: Amazing.

Gabby: One of the greatest players ever.

Lindsay: Yeah. Absolutely. This guy’s a legend. A legend in basketball.

Gabby: And you know, we’re talking about numbers. I mean these are high numbers of failures and he has a significant number of successes, but, but why do you think these numbers are so big with the failures, because he’s tried so many times. He’s, he’s tried to make that many shots, that he’s actually missed 9,000. (I mean) can you imagine how many he’s made.

Lindsay: Exactly. He’s been playing for so long, been trying for so long.

Gabby: Right. Right. So this reminds me of, of another, just very short quote that,

(you know), “Every ‘no’ gets you closer to a ‘yes’.”

Lindsay: Sure. Absolutely.

Gabby: Right.

Lindsay: And you can consider a mistake a ‘no’ for example.

Gabby: Right.

Lindsay: Right? In your English, when it comes to English, so what we want you guys to remember is to just be constantly going out there, putting yourself on the line, taking chances and practicing.

Gabby: Today is a great day to make a mistake.

Lindsay: I love that one too.

Gabby: Yeah. Great. Yeah so just remember, you guys are doing a great job whether it’s a mistake or success. Just keep getting out there and using your English.

Lindsay: All right. Thanks guys.

Gabby: Thank you.

[Instrumental]

Gabby: Hey Lindsay. So I’ve heard some of your students have been using the premium transcripts for this podcast. Tell me about that.

Lindsay: Yeah. (You know) this podcast is just, is fantastic if you wanna (want to) have some fun and you wanna (want to) learn a little bit, you wanna (want to) get a little bit of motivation for your English. But (you know) my students are actually really, really serious about improving and I’m, I’m excited about that. That’s why I’m working with them. And so, so for them, the way for them to actually really improve is to use the premium transcripts. So we’ve been using those in class together (um) and they’ve been able to learn a ton.

Gabby: Yeah. Actually my students, too, (uh) they read the transcripts. You can

read them out loud. You can do (um) some shadowing with the transcripts as well. You can look up vocabulary. You can do a lot of things. I don’t want to go on and on, but the premium transcripts are super helpful and we want to encourage those of you who are serious about improving your English this New Year to try them out. You can find them at allearsenglish.com/conversations.

All right. So please check it out. Thanks guys.

Gabby: Thank you.

Lindsay: Thanks for listening to the All Ears English Podcast. We’re here to help you learn English and you can help us by leaving a five star review on iTunes. See you next time!

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