All moms are working mothers, even those that stay at home. With all the chores to carry out, it’s a tough balancing act requiring multi-tasking. That’s why mothers make great managers.
Moms are so good at their routine, getting so accustomed to it, that they forget about themselves. Keeping a house clean and a family healthy seem to be the top and only priorities. But this should not be so. With the children growing up, keeping up with their studies will get even more challenging. The truth is Moms should be educators too. Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO explains, “Moms need to keep up intellectually and emotionally to bring value to the family’s changing needs. And busy schedules are not an excuse for not finding time for continuous learning.”
The good news is that TalkShop makes this easy with English Communication courses that afford flexibility to suit any one’s busy schedule, with night and Saturday classes offered. Courses include Grammar Mastery, Creative Writing, Speech Eloquence, Social Graces, Conversation Expertise, among others.
One unique feature that TalkShop carries out is the journey to self-discovery that Viesca confidently carries out with her existential approach to teaching. “Why should a workshop be limited to mere academics when the experience should allow learners to reach out, sing her own song, impart something of herself, and make a difference.”
Polish your communication skills, enhance your personality, discover a new, improved you with TalkShop’s value-laden workshops.