I believe that creativity, empathy and rationality brings you to new ways of thinking and helps to create what is next!
What about you? What do you think are the main skills to create the best solutions, achieve the better results, and drive business to success?
How many of us say we don't have time to learn a language? Even if you spend just a few minutes a day writing, it's better than nothing. Have you ever tried the 30-Day Writing Challenge? It's something I participate in and also encourage my students to do. All you have to do is commit to writing a few sentences each day in the language you're learning. Whenever my students try this challenge, they usually find two things happen:
1. By the end of the month, they're spending more than just a few minutes writing. After all, the more you write, the easier it becomes!
2. They notice a big difference in their writing ability. Their vocabulary and sentence structure improves but so does their confidence.
Would you be willing to try? After all, it's only a month!
Challenge Yourself for 30 Days
Today is the start of my school's 30-Day Writing Challenge. This is where we challenge our students and followers to write something in their target language for at least thirty days. It doesn't have to be an essay or a book. All you have to do is make a commitment to write a few sentences in whatever language you're learning. According to Matt Cutts, 30 days is the perfect amount of time to form a new habit or kick a negative one. So what are you waiting for? Get writing!