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Happy 5th Birthday Authentic Journeys Facebook Page – People, Places and Blogs

Posted On: April 1, 2014

It’s hard to believe, but five years have passed since Authentic Journeys made it’s appearance on the Internet. It’s debut on Facebook was on April 1, 2009. 

While the Facebook page started on April 1, 2009, the blog started in early 2010. To commemorate five years, let’s take a walk down memory lane to review a few of the people, places and blogs that have built the reputation of Authentic Journeys. 

Screenshot of our blog way back from 2010

Authentic Journeys Blog 2010
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People & Places
Authentic Journeys mission started in the US in 2009 and moved to India in 2011. The move did change the business focus and it took some time to reinvent itself. While in the US, the model focused on helping expats and foreigners find comfort and success in daily work, life and studies in the US. The model in India changed to focus on helping Indians bridge the culture gap while working with Americans (mostly from India, while some do often visit the US or even live there).

To highlight some of the people and places of the last few years, browse through the two blogs (linked below) that showcase some of the wonderful people and projects of Authentic Journeys in India in 2012 and 2013. Without you, none of this is possible. You inspired me to start. You inspire me to continue. Everyday I am motivated by you.

Authentic Journeys Work in India 2012 
Authentic Journeys Cross-Cultural Training in India 2013


Top Blogs: 2010-2014

#1 – What is Daylight Saving Time?
https://blog.authenticjourneys.info/2012/03/spring-ahead-fall-back-what-is-daylight.html
#2 – Language and Culture Training Tutorial Videos
Language and Culture Training Tutorial Videos
#3 – Get the Right Flow to English

Get the Right Flow to English Speak Fluently Like a Native Speaker



#4 – Phrases to Use in Group Discussions 
(Can be used in client calls.)
Phrases to Use in Group Discussions

Breakfast time, Lunch time, and Dinner time in the USA

Bonus: How to Say Thank You To US Clients
Appreciate & Acknowledge your US counterparts

See the most popular posts of 2019 with more than 14,000 hits 
See some of the most popular posts from our blog according to Google searches


Thank you as always for your support. May you live your life’s Authentic Journey to the fullest extent possible! If you are looking for support in adapting to the US culture, American English, making relationships with US citizens at work, get in touch with us


Original publish date 4/14, updated 6/2020

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