Take advantage and go HARD in English – but be careful of the BURNOUT

The FUTURE of Learning

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This topic does keep coming up again and again, but I think it needs to be defined more clearly this time, and to be aware of some possible fall out too.

The concept of ‘going hard’ in English is really just like the picture above. Almost like you have tunnel vision, pushing yourself to the edge and keeping your eye focused on the goal. When problems come along you deal with them one at a time. Trying to just take your time with anything and smell the flowers along the way can work for some, but ultimately if you have a goal of IELTS or some other exam, you will need to take a hold of where you are at and simply push yourself to your limit.

At the same time, having time to take your breath is important too, as you don’t want to burnout…

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