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Research has shown that people are much more averse to losing something they have than they inclined toward gaining something they don’t. So by putting up their own money toward their goal they try extra hard to avoid losing it.— Michael Blanding
A few years ago I felt like I was stuck in a rut so I decided to follow in the footsteps of the great American philosopher Morgan Spurlock and try something new for 30 days. (…) I learned that when I made small sustainable changes things I could keep doing they were more likely to stick.— Matt Cutts
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Many people complain about not having the willpoweror enough time for learning. They end up feeling awful and as their sense of defeat deepens they become convinced they don’t have the capacity to learn and never will learn. They simply give up.— Edith - Masterschool
First of all, you need to remember that when it comes to learning a language, no pace is too slow. The most important rule when learning a foreign language is that you do it consistently and not intensively.— PhD Christopher Gajewski
There’s no magic method, but general rules. In short, you have to be learning: regularly, persistently, on your own, and as little as possible.— Peter Kozlowski @peterlin_pl
The problem with teaching and learning a language can be summarized in one sentence: Everyone would like to speak English well, but most of the people don’t feel like putting too much effort into self-reliant learning (this is probably why they enroll into English classes, thinking that the tutor will somehow hammer the knowledge into their heads).— Peter Kozlowski @peterlin_pl