AFP S2E09 – Carole Westerkamp: Language Learning and NLP

Today I’m excited to be joined on the podcast by Carole Westerkamp, whom I just met at the Polyglot Berlin Gathering. Carole is a very talented Polyglot and speaks about her experience of learning languages and how NLP is connected to learning languages.

Another week – another podcast! Today I’m really happy to be back and healthy (mostly) although my voice has not yet recovered.

Today’s podcast episode deals a lot with personality types in language learning, how NLP connects with everything and just a general good discussion about learning foreign languages.

A highly recommended episode.

We even talk about adhd, dyslexia and much more!

Show Notes

In this episode you will hear about:

  • How Carole learned 10+ languages
  • Her experience travelling the world
  • What is NLP and how does it relate to language learning?
  • How specific words change the way we feel or behave
  • And much more!

Episode Resources

This lists the resources relevant to the episode. For other language learning resources please go to the resource page for more information.

The Episode

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Special thanks to this week’s guest, Carole Westerkamp. See you on the next episode!

  • Hello Chris! It was the first episode I listened to while painting my home and I enjoyed it a lot! Keep up the great work! By the way, I loved your comment about creating boxes and making things fit in them! I totally agree on that!

    • Chris Broholm

      Thank you Antonio – Really appreciate your comment 🙂

  • Chris, thank you for your great work! In my humble opinion understanding better how our brain works is the key to actual learn because, motivation, perseverance and good memory play a paramount role in the learning process. You did an awesome episode and because this the RSS in already in my feedly list 🙂