Which language to learn?

Last night I went to a consultationĀ evening at my university. Let me explain more. I do business management, and in my third year, which I am in, I have to instead of a dissertation, do a ‘business consultancyĀ project’. This involves basically putting it shortly, that I am being a consult for a small company, but doing it for free.

So, last night was a compulsory event for my course to get advice from actual consultants, on how they approach things. Not all the stuff that they pointed out was relevantĀ for my project, as it was justĀ an event for being interested in the profession. Me personally I am not, well not yet, I think they did suggest, I want to find my passionate area within business first – get experience and niche knowledge in that area and then possibly go into this area, rather than what everyone else does is start their own business, because that just isn’t me.

Actually! I will admit something very embarrassing. Until last night I actually didn’t fully know what a consult was… When I think of a consultant, I think of a GP. But I was kind of right, you do get medical consultants.

Anyway, the point of this post! One of them said something that I know I’ve needed to do I just haven’t done it.

Learn a new language.

I know its important, especiallyĀ within businesses if you want to well because you need to be able to communicate with everyone.

But I am just stubbornĀ and lazy, I always have been in this area. I know you have to take time and put effort into doing this and I don’t want to because a lot of people do have a basic level of English. I know I am terrible! But I really do want to learn another language.

But my question is which one? which is going to give me most out of it, if that makes sense?

Anyone have the answer?

Which language should I learn?


2 thoughts on “Which language to learn?

  1. Any language of the developing countries…

    For example the Chinese business language (Cantonese or Mandarin, I donā€™t know which one they use for business)

    The business language in India, or Africa…

    Spanish for South America…

    however you have an advantage because English has been a World Wide Business language for hundreds of years…

    Also French is a business language too!



  2. Try Italian or French! They are both lovely and easy. However Spanish, believe it or not, is pretty easy and lovely too. Maybe start out with Spanish and see how you like it. Then if you decide to switch to French, Italian or even Portuguese, you’ll already be familiar with the masculine and feminine. šŸ™‚ I hope this helped. šŸ™‚

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