Stop Thinking and Start Doing: The Power of Practicing More
... but learning is not practice. Unless you apply that knowledge and make a meaningful contribution with it, passive learning is not a form of practice.
Making mistakes while practising is a great form of learning, because it helps you gain important insights.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
You have the power to close the gap between where you are now and where you want to be.
You don’t win by sitting on the fence. You succeed by getting your hands dirty. There are no shortcuts to progress or mastery.
“Whatever you dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now.”
The Pareto principle states that 20% of your activities (even lesser) deliver 80% results (even more) in almost every area of your life.
Though it may not seem plausible, basic communication of a new foreign language can be mastered in weeks. Learning a non-native language can be sped up by compiling a script for responding to quer...
A will to start and self-confidence is necessary as is having the courage to speak, and not being afraid of making mistakes. The key is to immerse yourself and put your whole being to the task.
Total immersion necessitates activities like listening to the radio station of the language you are learning, reading and speaking to people.
It is a good idea to master the basic skills first and focus on the grammar later, while asking for feedback and correcting yourself, learning on-the-fly.
Invest not only your head but your heart in the learning process. Practice makes perfect.