January 9, 2012

Help with American English and Culture for Indians and NRIs

As an Indian interacting with Americans or an NRI living in America have you struggled with any of these questions:
Do any of the above questions keep you awake at night? How have you attempted to cope with these problems?

Would you be open to approaching these problems in a different way?


Hello everyone, I am Jennifer Kumar. These are the questions and problems I have helped others just like you solve. I help you face, approach and solve these problems in ways that are not only successful but respect your unique personality, cultural identity and approach to the world. Life is all about change, and I'm not going to lie to you- whether you stay in India your whole life or move to America, you will evolve and change. Mentorship helps you buffer that change and face it with courage, determination and success.


Starting this process is the first step. By coming to this page and reading this, you are looking for answers. You want to solve your problems and gain a deeper understanding. As an American who is living in India for a second time and is married into an Indian family, who has studied and worked in India and USA, I understand both cultures. Being involved in NRI matters in US since 1996, I understand the situations and concerns that bother you - that make you uncomfortable in dealing with Americans.


Americans and Indians do have cultural differences. And though we both speak English- our languages are often misunderstood. I am here to offer you a new approach to bridge these gaps, find understanding and feel more comfortable with Indo-US relations.

The next step is up to you. Do you want to be plagued with these same problems you have been facing day after day and year after year or do you want to take the bold step and do something about it? The question is where do you want to go from here? How about submitting a voice sample today. This video gives all the details.



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