AFP 21 – Richard Simcott: 20th Episode Special!

Updated: April 27, 2020
Fact-Check & Editorial Responsibility: Kris Broholm

Today is a special celebratory milestone! It marks the 20th unique episode of the Actual Fluency Podcast. When I first started the podcast 20 episodes ago, it was my dream to create a podcast that could inspire people, and myself to work harder, discover new methods and just try and connect the community through the podcasting medium – which at the time I started only had one other general language learning podcast.

richardsimcottTo help me celebrate the great news I've brought on Richard Simcott, who was one of the very first polyglots I encountered on YouTube. Way before I even considered learning a language, let alone starting a blog.
So now it has come full circle. Through joining the polyglot community, starting a blog and devising a future I'm moving on with my life, instead of staying in the hole of depression, wandering around aimlessly and without any hope of a better life.

Thank you

This show would not have been possible without you, so I just wanted to take a second to thank you so much for being a listener. It literally makes my day when I get emails, messages or tweets where people tell me they listened to something I had done and it had a positive effect on their life.

To me there is no greater pleasure.

Here's to the next 20!

The Episode

Show Notes

In this episode you will hear about:

  • The benefits of language-related meetups
  • What Richard thinks of the Polyglot gathering and the Polyglot Conference
  • Looking forward to the conference in Novi Sad – What to expect
  • Why we haven't quite seen as much of Richard lately
  • How to bring up a child in a multilingual environment
  • Much, much more!

Resources mentioned in the Episode

Note: I've removed most of the resources from this section, as I always had Anki/Memrise etc. here every week. Now I will only put resources here that are very exclusive to the episode. For any other resource please go to the resource page for more information.

Kris Broholm

Kris is the founder of Actual Fluency, and has spent the last 8 years becoming an expert in language learning software, methods, and techniques.

Originally from Denmark, he now lives in Portugal and speaks 5+ languages at varying levels. His other interests are Wine, Online Marketing, and Travelling.