love your learning
For Successfully Learning a New Language Faster
Moreover, how do you really get started?
Not only that, but it also refreshes your mind and changes your life in ways you can’t even imagine now.
You don’t know what you don’t know, right?
And no, ignorance is not bliss.
It’s only long-term because you made it that way.
Sure, language fluency is definitely a long-term goal.
Have you ever thought of smaller goals and checkpoints, though?
What if, for now, you could just communicate with the clients who come into your office or who you meet at the grocery store?
There’s never been a better time to learn using your unique talents and abilities. The internet is an amazing place and it’s time you get learning in a way that invigorates you.
Traditional language learners stick to textbooks and literature for learning, but if you learn in a way that is fun and engaging you might actually want to learn more.
I also promise that you don’t have to learn like them. No, you can learn like you instead.
Why not transform the way you learn by adding your personal flair?
I’m currently learning French and I love frozen yogurt, planning out vacations, and singing in the kitchen when I’m cooking. I hardly ever cook off a recipe and whenever people ask my husband what he’s having for lunch (leftovers) he says, “I dunno, some creation with stuff in it.”
SET YOUR GOALS
Firstly, set yourself up for success by giving yourself an actual action plan. You can do this by defining what you want to gain and who you want to be when you “finish” learning.
What do you really want to add to your life? And how do you want this to change how you see your life?
What’s your deadline for reaching this? And no, having a generic “I want to be bilingual” is not going to cut it. It’s definitely time to get very specific.
FIND YOUR RESOURCES
Secondly, you need to determine what will really work for you. Download the free eGuide below for help getting started!
No matter your learning style, you will only be able to find success in learning if you are consistent and regular in your learning. This is why it has to be fun and enjoyable to you.
Again, try something out for a full month and then evaluate if it is something you enjoy doing as a part of your regular lifestyle.
What's the difference between a language learner who loves learning, feels like their study is working, and is finding success . . .
. . . and those who feel like what they are learning isn't applicable, don't feel motivated to learn, and struggle to check that "learn a language" item off their bucket list?
I've been there and struggled for 3 years to find a way to really enjoy learning. #Don'tHateLearning
But I promise you, there is a much better way.
SUCCESSFULLY LEARNING A LANGUAGE YOUR WAY.
The 6-step guide to loving the language you learn, staying motivated to
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