The Importance of Small Conversations

“Very great change starts from very small conversations, held among people who care.”
Meg Wheatley

It was a small conversation with my brother-in-law that inspired my daughter to go to the University of Applied Sciences in Rheinbach rather than to the University of Cologne. (My sister’s husband had heard that they were offering a new programme in Applied Biology in English!)

Yes, small conversations matter. They can act as building blocks to what lies ahead.

If you like the idea of having some inspiring (and sometimes deeper!) conversations in a relaxed atmosphere to improve your English speaking skills and gain more confidence, you’ll love our Colourful Conversations on Thursdays.

Come and meet the group.

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