Happy New Year 2015! + Draw Results

By Robby

If you are new here please read this first.

Happy New Year Everyone!

Hello, my friends ❗

Hello, foreign English speakers, native English speakers and everyone who happens to be following my blog!

Welcome back to my video blog, and this is obviously a whole new year – 2015!

And to be honest with you guys, for one split second yesterday – last night was Christmas Eve and at one stage during the celebrations, I thought that it was going to be 2016 for some reason!

But anyway, I wanted to take this wonderful opportunity and provided how far my message goes – I’ve got thousands of followers on Facebook, and YouTube, and my blog daily traffic goes beyond 1,000 visitors a day. So, I hope that this message gets heard by tens of thousands of people, right?

So, I wanted to take this opportunity and wish you all a very Happy New Year ❗

Despite all the bad things we keep hearing on the media constantly on a daily basis, I still wish you a very Happy New Year because that’s the thing to do, right? Everybody wishes one another a very Happy New Year!

And all the resolutions that you have set for yourselves, I really hope you’ll follow through with at least one of them. So, basically, whatever it is, maybe you’re giving up something, maybe you want to quit smoking or quit drinking, for example.

Or maybe you want to take up some habit that would result in something good in your life, maybe you want to join a gym, and that’s typical, right, and start working out and lose a little bit of weight and get fitter.

Or maybe it’s to improve your English in which case you’re welcome to stay with me throughout the year 2015 and keep reading my articles and watching my videos where I’m going to provide a whole lot of new information in relation to your fluency development!

So basically may all of your resolutions come true! And, obviously, we have to be realistic. We can’t expect that everything is going to be smooth and all the resolutions are going to be fulfilled. But at least one thing – if you are just successful with one thing, you can call it a major success because believe it or not most people fail miserably with most of their resolutions!

Gyms are empty – come March, and people have started smoking again, and drinking on a weekly basis or even a few times a week, which is even worse, right? And all the plans basically have gone down the drain. So, I wish you at least to fulfill one of your dreams in this New Year!

New Year’s Draw Results

And going back to the subject of publishing new articles, a few days ago – or maybe it was actually a couple of weeks ago?… I can’t really remember because I’ve lost the track of time, my friends!

My life has been very hectic lately – I’ve been dealing with my Fluency Star customers, and it’s been quite busy at work, and all the festivities, Christmas and New Year’s Eve and everything that we had to prepare for in our household, right, have taken up most of my day and I’ve actually lost track of time.

But, anyway, a couple of weeks back I published an article on my blog where I asked you, my dear blog followers, to publish suggestions as to what my new articles in the new year could be about. Basically, if you have a very pressing issue that’s been bothering you for a while in relation to English fluency development and everything that’s got to do with learning the English language – I offered you a very good opportunity.

Basically, you published a suggestion as a comment on that particular blogpost, right? Here you can actually check the article and see how many people have submitted their suggestions. I would say about 35 or something suggestions, which is a very good response! That’ll provide with an awful lot of content for my future articles and I’m very thankful to you guys for taking your time and leaving your comments!

And, on top of that, I’m offering three free copies of the bestselling English fluency improvement software English Harmony System and I’m going to go ahead with the draw right now!

So, basically, I have written down all the names of the comment authors on pieces of paper, and I’ve rolled them up, and I put them in the draw box. Basically, the comment authors have gone into the draw box. And, unfortunately, now when I come to think of it, not everyone made it to the draw box because some of the suggestions weren’t really useful to me because I either would have already published an article on that topic in the past, in which case I would have provided you with a link to that article right below your comment, right, if you happened to be the one who left a comment on something I already talked about on my blog post.

Or, on some occasions, your suggestions weren’t really relevant, right? But, anyway, I would say there’s about 25 or 30 or thereabouts papers, rolled up papers, in the draw box and now, without further ado, I’m going ahead with the draw. Here is the draw box, right? As you can see, all these people’s names are in there!

And, now, let’s pull out the first lucky guy or gal who’s won the English Harmony System’s free copy. And let me see – the name is – drumroll please – Rumyana! – I hope I pronounced your name correctly!

And now we’re going ahead with the second lucky participant who gets another copy of the English Harmony system. I’m not looking at the papers, so this game is not rigged. I really didn’t know what I was going to pull out, right? It’s all fair. I’m doing it the old-fashioned way with the draw box and rolled up papers.

Some other blogs and websites do it in a way whereby they take people’s names and then put them in some other website which allows people to go ahead with draws basically. It randomly selects the top five or top three people, which would be the winners of the draw or something like that.

I prefer the old-fashioned way, right? We don’t have to use the technology all the time after all, right?

So the next winner is – Sergey!

Sergey, thank you for posting that comment and you’re a lucky winner of the English Harmony System’s copy and congratulations with that. And, yeah, let’s mix them up real good again.

And the third lucky winner of the English Harmony system is – oh, come on, Robby, make it quicker. People are eager with anticipation! Shamil!

So, basically, yep, Shamil, there you go, Sergey, and Rumyana are the three lucky winners of the draw and you are now my customers of the English Harmony System. And I’m going to get in touch with you shortly, right after recording this video! And thanks for putting in your suggestions everybody and congratulations once more to Shamil, Sergey, and Rumyana.

Thanks for Staying with Me Throughout 2014!

So, with that, I’m going to wrap up this video, guys. And let me tell you just that I really appreciate that you’ve been following my blog, that you’ve been reading my articles, and I’m really glad that I’ve helped so many people to better their English.

And even if 1% of the information that I publish on my blog hammers home – meaning that people get the message – information is hammered home into their brain and it actually helps them to improve their English and deal with their fluency issues. If only 1% of this whole information works, then I’m very glad. I’m satisfied. I would say that my mission has been successful over the years, right?

And a lot of good feedback from you guys is living proof of the fact that the whole thing works. The English Harmony approach is actually helpful and basically thanks, guys, for supporting me!

Thanks for commenting.

Thanks for asking questions.

And thank you very much for becoming my customers, those of you who have paid me your hard-earned cash and acquired for yourselves the English Harmony System or the Accent Adventure course called Accent Genie, right, or the Fluency Gym Coach program, or indeed those who are participating in the Fluency Star Coaching program!

Thank you so much for supporting me, for supporting the cause because without your valuable contributions, this whole thing wouldn’t exist!

English Harmony wouldn’t have seen the daylight basically because it’s you, my dear customers and visitors, who have made it all happen. So, thank you very much!

May the New Year bring everything to you, everything that you wish for, health, wealth, and everything beyond that!

To Your English Improving Success,

Robby 😉

P.S. Are you serious about your spoken English improvement? Check out the English Harmony System HERE!

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  • Hi Kabita,

    And welcome to English Harmony!

    Please subscribe to my mailing list (I’m sending all my subscribers regular blog updates etc.) here: http://englishharmony.com/traditional-studies-ebook/ – you’ll also get a free eBook which contains all the information needed to kick-start your English improvement!

    Regards,

    Robby

  • Thanks so much for the good wishes Mincho, and I also wish you and your family a very Happy New Year!

    Speaking of the most commonly used English words – please read this article I wrote a while back: http://englishharmony.com/english-word-frequency-lists/ – you can also find a link to the actual word list there.

    Cheers,

    Robby

  • Mincho

    Hello
    Robby,

    There are
    your supporters also in Bulgaria. I wish you all the best in 2015 to you, you
    family and to all readers an followers of English Harmony Blog. Unfortunately I
    understood too later that everyone has to improve the verbal English (German
    etc.) than written one (of course I don’t underestimate the written foreign language
    skills which may guarantee you better and well paid job etc.).

    But as the
    proverb says ”Better later than never”.

    There is e
    article which contains list with the 2000 or 3000 most common used word in
    English. But I cannot find it in the blog. Please help me and send me the link.

    Mincho,

    Regards from
    Sofia, Bulgaria

  • kabita

    since i m ur new subscriber or follower, how can i know about ur article n how do u provide us article? please provide me detail n suggest me for improving english myself.

  • kabita

    Hi Robby. i want to learn english. My english is not so good n i m not satisfy for my english so i want to join u…. please give me some idea to be perfect in english

  • moussa

    Thanks Dennis. I really appreciate your comments.

  • Thanks Dennis, I really appreciate you like reading my blog, Happy New Year!!!

  • Thanks so much for the good wishes Moussa, I really appreciate it and it goes without saying I also with you and your family the very best in the New Year!

    Thanks for reading my blog and I really hope you’ll stay with me throughout 2015 – I’d better make sure all the content I publish is really interesting! 😉

    Best of luck,

    Robby

  • dennis

    You are lucky my friend moussa its nice to have a EH system hope someday i get one too, and your deadly right many people help this blog and im the one who learn thanks mr robby i like your spirit to teach us, more power english harmony!

  • Moussa

    Hi Robby. Thank you so much for all. you have been doing an incredible job and yes, I hope you got the strength and will to continue helping a lot of people wishing to learn English. I take the opportunity of this new year to wish you all the best and of course to your family too. It is always a pleasure reading your blog. I will be with you for the 2015 journey. I hope together, with each person in his area of expertise, we’ll make the world a better place!
    Thank you so much!

  • Hi Sergey,

    So you already own the EH System? Well, e-mail me (as per the other response to your comment) with your e-mail you used when purchasing the product (so that I can look you up; your full name would also be useful) and then I will provide you with a new password.

    Now, just like I promised, you qualify for a free chat session with me! Congratulations!

    We’ll arrange everything via e-mail, so chat to you later,

    Robby

  • Hi Sergey,

    If you’re the former cargo plane pilot, then you’re the right Sergey! 😉

    Please get in touch with me at support@englishharmony.com so that I can provide you with access to the English Harmony System!

    Cheers,

    Robby

  • sergey

    I forgot my password Robby, in EH, sorry, I can see you in Twitter, and everywhere, but EH(mother of learning) I forgot , shame on me, nobody fault but mine…

  • sergey

    Hi Robby! I can’t understand who is that Sergey… Seems like it’s my person, but I can’t believe it! I’ve never won anything! From the other hand, there are not so many men with that strange name as Sergey…Maybe I’m hoping in vain but I’m hoping…. Thank you for everything, my dear teacher and friend, if you don’t mind me say like this!

  • Thanks so much Le Hai for the good wishes and I’m wishing you all the best in this New Year 2015!

    Speaking of more personal blog posts and videos – you see, the thing is that I’m already “injecting” plenty of personal details in my videos and articles.

    As my blog reader you’ve surely noticed that much of what I discuss on this blog comes from my own personal experience, and I oftentimes reminisce about past events that haven’t got anything to do with English improvement at all.

    I believe that if I were to talk about my own personal experiences in other aspects of my life exclusively, it would drive people away from my blog because it’s primarily dedicated to English improvement.

    Having said that, I can assure you – you’ll find out more about me and the way I run this website in the weeks and months to come, so stay tuned!

    Best wishes,

    Robby

  • A “gal” is a colloquial way of referring to a girl – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gal

  • nick

    guy or gal who’s won….—>guy or GIRL…

  • Le Hai

    I was an idea contributor and though I didn’t make a go of your draw, I wish you a happy new year. Hope that you continue to make more useful videos and articles because it would help us- those who are struggling for our Speaking- a lot.
    By the way, on this special occasion, why don’t you put all of these learning-related suggestions aside and make your articles more like the other private blogs to make it more fun? I mean you can tell us more about yourself, the reason why you moved to Ireland- just for improving your English or other reasons, your present life, work, future plan and how can you manage an awful lot of data on your website as well as how long it takes to make an article like this. I wonder because I am impressed with your strenuous work- you have to record the video and then type the script which is boring and dull in my opinion- for those who can’t catch up with your accent maybe? Do you do it yourself or you have assistants? I think there are many people like me willing to know more about you!

    Anyway, happy new year once again! I wish your bussiness flourishes this year and keep up with your work, my friend!