You’ve been working very hard since day 1! You can be proud of yourself! How are you feeling? Have you ever noticed that when studying for too long without eating or having a break, learning new things becomes harder? If you’re feeling tired or less motivated than usual, then maybe it’s time for you to have a break.
We bet you’re seeing yourself making progress now, by reaching your goals each time in your learning sessions. Congrats, you’re doing great!
Speaking of them, are you comfortable with your learning sessions now? Did you find the best time for you to learn?
In the previous advice, you learned how to avoid the endless to-do list syndrome, but it’s easy to say and harder to apply, right little dragon? That’s why you may be interested in these great methods to minimize your goals and shorten your to-do list.
I guess you’ve learned a few new words since the previous advice. How many words do you know now? Are still making smalls goals to reach in each learning session? Small goals are made to be easily achieved in a day, so don’t overdo it and set tons of small goals for yourself to reach each day.
Have you tried out the Morning Routine yet? Did you like it? Not everyone is a morning person, but you cannot know without trying. If you’re not a morning person, I’ve got a few tips and solutions for you too. Since we know you’re not at your best in the morning, let’s figure out how to choose the time that suits you and your timetable.
Did you pick out time-robbers in your day? Now that you’ve made time in your day, you can think about finding the best time to learn Chinese. How about in the morning? Did you know that’s when your brain has the most potential?
Now that you’re busy trying to maintain your learning streak, you’ve surely noticed that it’s not always easy to make time to achieve the Chinese learning goals you set for yourself. Still, it’s very important to stay constant to keep on improving. Let’s explore a few tricks to help you make time.
What about all the new Chinese words you’ve learned by now? Can you remember all the strokes of each character? It’s okay if they’re not perfectly committed to memory, as long as you keep trying. How to learn Chinese every day? “Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” What if I told you there’s a way to remember Chinese words forever? It’s all about not breaking the chain.
Feeling like you’re not making any progress in Chinese anymore? That you’re staying stuck? You know what? There’s a reason why. 5 actually! Let’s see the top 5 reasons that make us think we’re not improving much in our Chinese learning and why we feel we’re staying at the same level of Chinese, despite our best efforts.
That’s it! You’ve done the first steps of this guide, making time and getting in the habit of learning Chinese.