this week we are talking about establishing and reaching your goals, fullfiling dreams from your bucket list. These topics involve self-determination, self-discipline and strategic thinking. Make sure to leave me a note in the comment section about your learning goals.
THIS WEEK’S CATEGORY IN ASAP ENGLISH WORKSHOPS:
CULTURES AND TRAVELLING
Topics connected with: dreams, goals, bucket list
How to stay determined, achieve what you want and feel proud of yourself in the end? What are your hacks? Share with me your own tips in the comment section.
1. Setting SMART goals
In this valuable article you can learn to design achievable goals. Learning English is an objective for many of you but is “learn English” the right name of a goal you want to achieve? Not really. When you fail in getting what you want, sometimes it means you have worded it in a wrong way. If you haven’t heard about the SMART method, don’t wait any longer, it’s really easy. After reading the article, share with me your SMART English-related goals!
2. How to achieve your most ambitious goals?
What are your most ambitious aims? Have you planned the way of achieving them? Learn from the man who has found the key. Let me know what you learned from this video.
3. Will Smith will explain you how to be self-disciplined.
“Self-discipline is the centre of all material success.”
You can’t learn a language without self-discipline. Especially, as an adult, whe you are aware of your preferences, ways of memorizing and reasons for learning. Don’t wait for anybody to teach you the language, just take this task in your own hands.
To help you out, I created a goal tracker. You can mark anything you do in English to keep track, stay motivated and progress faster! You can download it for free here: https://asap.waw.pl/2019/03/10/habit-tracker/
JOT IT DOWN
Join us in the English practise and write two paragraphs (about 200 words) about one chosen topic. Follow a three-part structure – introduction, main body, summary. Post your answer here or bring your text to the workshops. It will be a great form of a revision of words for other students and for you a booster in learning. Trust me. 🙂