In the episode “The Science of Luck” with Gay Hendricks and Carol Kline on The Science of Success podcast, this part stood out in my mind: “…in this world we live in today, how do we stay connected to this tribe to make sure we keep our mindset right, we keep our motivation moving…” Immediately Fluency Circle Group popped into my mind. I’m a damn lucky person to be part of such an amazing community.

In September 2017, I thought over whether to buy the “fluent with Friends course” or not for about two months. I exchanged a couple of e-mails with the customer service cleaning up my questions. When finally, I made the decision that changed the course of my life. I’d never imagined that such a single action would bring so much brightness and motivation to keep learning English.

What I like the most are the people and the atmosphere there. People are friendly, kind, and supportive. No one judges you either for your English mistakes or for the thoughts you share. The atmosphere is nurturing. It’s a safe place to express yourself in English.

Undoubtedly, It’s the best and natural way of learning English. As you are eager to communicate, when you don’t know how to say something, you need to look for ways to do so. This way you proactively learn. Not to mention what you learn from other members both new English words and expressions and places, culture, and knowledge for life.

I feel that I’m in a respectful and fruitful community. I feel that I’m valued, supported, and heard.

I bore fruits for life in the group like true friends that I enjoy spending time with (even virtually), my lifestyle has changed as I discovered new hobbies, and my English has skyrocketed as I use it daily in the group.

I dare to say that I’ve learned English more in the group than in the course I’ve bought. Not because the course isn’t worthy, not at all, but being in the group I need to produce, to create, to external my thoughts and with that I learn more, I keep the learned words in my mind longer, I recall them faster, as it involves emotions.

To sum it up, the Fluency Circle Community is part of my life, I feel like it’s my extended family. I love it. 🥰


Shirley is an avid learner, interested in self-development, healthcare, and mindfulness. As an English learner, she spreads the word about her process of learning English, that it might help someone in their process.

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