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نویسنده: حبیب الماسیان - ۱۳۸۸/۱۱/۱٩

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What is the best way to learn English?


The first answer is: Nobody knows.  And the second answer is that because nobody knows the best way to learn English, there isn't one. It''s an old fantasy for learners and for teachers -  to find the one perfect key.  So many teachers, English language schools, universities, academics, business people, etc., say that they know the best way to learn languages, but that''s only to make money.  Don't believe them.
At Severnvale our experience has taught us that there are three simple conditions for good progress:

  • You must be positive about learning English. It doesn't matter why you're positive - because you enjoy language, or because you hope to get a better job - but you must feel enthusiastic about it.
  • You must feel relaxed, comfortable and secure - not only in the classroom, but outside it too
  • You must accept that quantity matters as much as quality - in other words don't waste too much time worrying about the best way to learn English when you can spend time reading, writing, talking or listening to English instead!  Doing a lot of language is better than doing one little bit perfectly.

(And  something else we've learned is that it''s possible to make some progress even if none of those conditions are right!)
But one thing that all teachers and academics agree about is that people are different - different people learn better in different ways.  So the really important factor is to find the best way for you to learn English.


 




نویسنده: حبیب الماسیان - ۱۳۸۸/۱۱/۱٧

 

10 virtually instant ways to improve your life

 

Many of our problems come from within our own minds. They aren't caused by events, bad luck, or other people. We cause them through our own poor mental habits. Here are 10 habits you should set aside right away to free yourself from the many problems each one will be causing you.


  • Stop jumping to conclusions. There are two common ways this habit increases people's difficulties. First, they assume that they know what is going to happen, so they stop paying attention and act on their assumption instead. Human beings are lousy fortune-tellers. Most of what they assume is wrong. That makes the action wrong too. The second aspect of this habit is playing the mind-reader and assuming you know why people do what they do or what they're thinking. Wrong again, big time. More relationships are destroyed by this particular kind of stupidity than by any other.

  • Don't dramatize. Lots of people inflate small setbacks into life-threatening catastrophes and react accordingly. This habit makes mountains out of molehills and gives people anxieties that either don't exist or are so insignificant they aren't worth worrying about anyway. Why do they do it? Who knows? Maybe to make themselves feel and seem more important. Whatever the reason, it's silly as well as destructive.


  • Don't invent rules. A huge proportion of those "oughts" and "shoulds" that you carry around are most likely needless. All that they do for you is make you feel nervous or guilty. What's the point? When you use these imaginary rules on yourself, you clog your mind with petty restrictions and childish orders. And when you try to impose them on others, you make yourself into a bully, a boring nag, or a self-righteous bigot.


  • Avoid stereotyping or labeling people or situations. The words you use can trip you up. Negative and critical language produces the same flavor of thinking. Forcing things into pre-set categories hides their real meaning and limits your thinking to no purpose. See what's there. Don't label. You'll be surprised at what you find.


  • Quit being a perfectionist. Life isn't all or nothing, black or white. Many times, good enough means exactly what it says. Search for the perfect job and you'll likely never find it. Meanwhile, all the others will look worse than they are. Try for the perfect relationship and you'll probably spend your life alone. Perfectionism is a mental sickness that will destroy all your pleasure and send you in search of what can never be attained.


  • Don't over-generalize. One or two setbacks are not a sign of permanent failure. The odd triumph doesn't turn you into a genius. A single event-good or bad-or even two or three don't always point to a lasting trend. Usually things are just what they are, nothing more.


  • Don't take things so personally. Most people, even your friends and colleagues, aren't talking about you, thinking about you, or concerned with you at all for 99% of the time. The majority of folk in your organization or neighborhood have probably never heard of you and don't especially want to. The ups and downs of life, the warmth and coldness of others, aren't personal at all. Pretending that they are will only make you more miserable than is needed.


  • Don't assume your emotions are trustworthy. How you feel isn't always a good indicator of how things are. Just because you feel it, that doesn't make it true. Sometimes that emotion comes from nothing more profound than being tired, hungry, annoyed, or about to get a head-cold. The future won't change because you feel bad-nor because you feel great. Feelings may be true, but they aren't the truth.


  • Don't let life get you down. Keep practicing being optimistic. If you expect bad things in your life and work, you'll always find them. A negative mind-set is like looking at the world through distorting, grimy lenses. You spot every blemish and overlook or discount everything else. It's amazing what isn't there until you start to look for it. Of course, if you decide to look for signs of positive things, you'll find those too.


  • Don't hang on to the past. This is my most important suggestion of all: let go and move on. Most of the anger, frustration, misery, and despair in this world come from people clinging to past hurts and problems. The more you turn them over in your mind, the worse you'll feel and the bigger they'll look. Don't try to fight misery. Let go and move on. Do that and you've removed just about all its power to hurt you.

Adrian Savage

 




نویسنده: حبیب الماسیان - ۱۳۸۸/۱۱/٤

 

It's been said, "The only reason people fail is broken focus.
Focus leads to smart actions which leads to great momentum
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