Whatever your accomplishments are great or lousy, good or bad, positive or negative, always remember that we live in a world of cause and effect. If not everything is on the outside, then not everything is fine on the inside.
So what if most of us set goals or resolutions for the New Year, since most often we do not achieve the assumed results?
Most people who make a promise to quit smoking, go to the gym 3 times a week or not eat fast food from the new year, will experience a decline in motivation over time
to achieve their goal (and in extreme cases they will not do anything to get closer to that goal).
Goals that we really want to achieve, we should SMART them up...
In the last year, life as we have come to know it has changed radically. Many of us have found ourselves at home working, studying, resting, or even taking up hobbies that we had abandoned due to the hustle and bustle of everyday routine. This time does, however, also offer opportunities to grow, reinvent and advance.
Both investing in your education and learning new things are always safe bets in an uncertain future. Little by little, we’re moving towards going back to normal – or finding a “new normal” – and preparing to face exciting challenges that await us at school, university or in our careers. Here are three good reasons why you should start planning your next language trip now.
Learning foreign languages is not easy. However, it is much easier to assimilate knowledge in natural conditions, i.e. those in which you hear a given language on a daily basis. This is just one of the pluses of language training abroad, foreign courses also have other advantages. You can read about them in our post.
Learning foreign languages has always played a fairly important role in human life. But the question often arises why is it worth learning foreign languages? People have to develop all the time, acquire new skills, improve memory and concentration. Learning foreign languages is the best opportunity to foster your own development. By making progress, a person goes to a new level and from this comes an amazing sense of satisfaction. We feel that we can do something and this is a great motivation to continue working on ourselves.
Effective learning is primarily focusing on acquiring the ability to use a foreign language freely. The ability to conduct a natural, unforced and effortless conversation in English, both in private and professional life, is a key issue.