The Self-Development Hub for Busy Language Learners

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The Self-Development Hub for Busy Language Learners has just launched it’s mentorship programme so that you can get or give free language learning support to another member of our community✨

At language learners journal we are super excited to see all of us build stronger relationships with each other and hope that you’ll join in.

Here’s how the programme works…

➡️ You sign up – it’s FREE!

➡️ Once your application is approved you can match yourself with a language learning partner.

➡️ You get helpful conversation starters each week so that you get to know each other better.

➡️ It’s up to you how much time you want to spend together and what goals you want to work towards.

Inside the Self-Development Hub, you’ll also find:

➡️ Regular LIVE sessions and workshops on topics including habit formation, mindfulness, language learning, and developing a growth mindset for learning.

➡️ FREE 7 Day mini-challenges (from mindfulness to kindness – other exciting challenges coming soon) – Head to the ‘units’ section and you’ll find the daily modules clearly laid out for you.

➡️ PDF Planners & Printouts to help keep you organised during the challenges.

➡️ Daily and monthly themes to help keep you focused and motivated.

Happy language learning 😃

Trisha ❤️

FREE 28 Day Language Study Planner

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We are what we repeatedly do.” – Aristotle

Do you want to be more productive with your language learning? Then you need to have a plan in place. A lot of people who are trying to achieve goals don’t always have a written plan. Putting your goals into written form really does help improve focus. A lot of people feel they don’t have the time to write a plan or don’t know where to start. So I have produced a PDF Planner for you! All you have to do is print it out and complete it. It should only take about 5-10 minutes and will help you with 28 days of language learning.

Research by Locke and Latham showed that people who set specific and challenging goals were more likely to perform better than those who had vague or no set goals. In summary, the more specific and challenging your goals, then the more motivated you will be to achieve them.  Your goal planner does not have to be long to be useful in fact the shorter and more concise the plan is the more motivated you will be to stick with it.

28 Day Language Planner

 If you are unsure what level you are please refer to the chart below:

Source from: http://ujop.cuni.cz.

You should set realistic goals. For example, it is unlikely for the average learning to go from A1 to C1 in 28 days. Although if you are a complete beginner aiming for A2/B1 is pretty realistic with a good plan in place.

It is really important to set a budget for language learning and have resources in place before you begin. If you are kickstarting a 28-day language learning challenge then it may be a good idea to take advantage of the FREE 1 month trials a lot of language learning companies have to offer. This will be enough time to grasp all the basics required.

If you have any questions about the planner, please contact me