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How To Use Evernote To Organize Your Language Learning ResourcesNovember 04, 2015
Today I want to give you one simple but very important step I take when starting out with a new language using Evernote.
Skype For Language Learning - Why You Need Less Of ItJuly 16, 2015
Do you really want to immerse yourself in a foreign language but travelling and being location-independent isn't an option for you?
What To Do When You Can't Find Time For Things That MatterApril 02, 2015
For many people the problem is not just about managing time but rather it's about finding it.
5 Things Crucial To Achieving Your New Year's ResolutionDecember 31, 2014
Today I wanted to share 5 things that are absolutely crucial in helping you achieve your resolutions for the new year.
11 Unmistakable Characteristics Of A Damn Good Language LearnerSeptember 12, 2014
Here are 11 unmistakable characteristics that will determine the success or failure of any language learning endeavor.
Focus On The Steps Rather Than The Destination + Update + A Big AnnouncementMay 05, 2014
It's so easy to get worried about not reaching targets that you miss many of the little joyful discoveries along the way.
The Only Real Language Learning 'Hack'February 05, 2014
The one true language hack is the ability to focus your available study time on something, consistently, and over time.
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How Going Public Can Supercharge Your Motivation To Learn LanguagesSeptember 15, 2013
Today I want to convince you just how much of a positive difference it can make to your learning success when you go public about what you’re doing.
The Good and Ugly Kinds of Learning PerfectionismApril 06, 2013
The key is to not let perfectionism make you fearful of making mistakes but rather drive you to be on a daily mission to improve.
19 Things You Shouldn't Do When Learning A Foreign LanguageMarch 16, 2013
For today's post I've decided to share 19 'do not do's' which I believe are hugely important for all language learners.
Why Short/Brief Language Study Sessions Help You Retain MoreMarch 02, 2012
Research (and experience) have proven that shorter language study periods result in much better retainment than longer study periods.