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Planning: The ‘Secret English Learning Weapon’? [Audio Lesson]

Is planning really the key to success?

It could be.

One thing’s for certain, though: Some of the most successful language learners (and people in general) plan. Even if they’re not doing it on purpose, they still follow some sort of plan.

Today, I want to talk about planning and how it’s could be your ‘secret weapon’ in language learning.

Want to know how?

Listen to this:

After listening to that, are you ready to start planning?

Tomorrow, we’ll look at three important questions that will help you in your planning.

Planning is also one of the topics we’ll be covering in this month’s The Difference.

Specifically – how to plan successfully without making all of the usual beginner mistakes.

I’m going to take you by the hand and show you how I plan out a two week learning plan, and everything I do along the way.

If you’d like to take control of your learning, you’ll find no better guide than here:

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2 thoughts on “Planning: The ‘Secret English Learning Weapon’? [Audio Lesson]”

  1. Hey Sam. I didn’t realise you’d experimented with audio lessons! This is great. I’ll share it with my audience. When I don’t want to plan, I always think of that quote “Fail to prepare. Prepare to fail”. That normally scares me enough to get organised. I do like your analogy with the gym though – it’s demotivating when you’re just doing stuff because you’ve been told to.

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