I was just thinking this morning that there’s one interesting thing that many learners seem to overlook. Or that this could be a nice reminder:
Usually the learners who make the most progress are the ones who are doing it for themselves.
“It’s for me,” they say. Learning comes from this perspective.
It could be because you want to travel the world or get that amazing job or grow as a person.
It comes from a place of wanting it for your own self-development and life, from within, and not because your boss asked you to learn English or because of some other exterior motivation.
But here’s a question: When you look for a teacher or a product on learning English, are you looking for ‘the best’ or the best for you..?
It’s for you, remember. That’s why I added this idea on the list of courses that I offer.
How well do you know yourself? Knowing yourself isn’t always easy, but if you experience English from this perspective, you’ll see things a lot clearer.