The important thing is the final result. If we don’t do anything, the result is zero. If we do a bit, we will reach our goal at some point, no matter what.
Adults are motivated by results, so if you see that you are making progress, you are much more likely to keep doing the work.
What’s more: if you don’t study every day (especially if a language is new to you) you are likely to forget many things.
And if you forget many things, you get frustrated.
And if you get frustrated….
Well, you quit.
But if you study a bit every day, you won’t forget and you will be motivated.
True, I might not know you personally, but I am pretty sure that you have a busy schedule and that you would be glad to see that with as little as 5 to 15 minutes, you could achieve the results you want. Am I right?
Now, you might think…Elisa, that DOES sound good, but what exactly should I focus on in those 7 to 15 minutes? How do I make my study periods as efficient and rewarding as possible?