If You Think You’re Studying English


There are other things in life. You may have a job, several interesting hobbies, a social life. Many of these things are more interesting than studying English most of the time.

Do you want to be great? It doesn’t just happen to you. How much your English improves depends on how much time you put in to actually studying.

Having podcasts play while you sleep and read messages from your friends in your native language isn’t going to improve your English. The truth? You are probably studying half-heartedly if you are multitasking. If you have an eye on your book and an eye on the television showing news in your own language you are not studying at all. You are putting on a show but nobody other than you cares about your show. You are trying to convince yourself you are studying. I am here today to tell you that you are not.

There are so many things that you could do to make up your study time.

If you think I am being harsh, I am. But I could be harsher. I could be Tyler Durden.

If you want to get better, you could book a lesson with me.