How to Start Seeing REAL Progress in English

Have you reached a fairly good level of English?

But you don’t seem to progress past that?

If this is you, then it’s likely you’re getting pretty bored and frustrated with learning English.

Sucks to work and work…

… but see no results, right?

Well, pay attention young padawan.

Nine times out of ten, the problem is quite simple…

Simply put, you’re focused on improving your English too much, and NOT only what you DO in English.

Focus is everything.

When I wrote Master English FAST, for example, I was super focused. For about two months all I thought about was writing the book. Everything I did, every story I heard on the radio, every thought running through my head… it all became potential material for there book.


Then what happened?

I finished the book and lost focus. So for about a month after I became really unproductive and didn’t really know what to do.

Well, English is the same.

When you’ve got FOCUS—or, you get your “WHY”—it becomes top of mind. And because you’re conscious of it, suddenly everything you see, do and learn in English becomes relevant. And because it all comes relevant, you learn fast, and you remember what you learn (because it’s got that context to fix it in your head).

Now, if you don’t have focus…

Do yourself a favour and grab yourself a copy of my best-selling book, Master English FAST. It’ll show you, step-by-step, how to define your WHY, then how to go from there to learning useable, active English lightning fast.

Click here to claim your copy.


P.S. Oh, and talking about focus…

I’ve been a bit lax with writing recently. That’s about to change, though.

I’ve got three new Kindle titles coming out soon — one on skill learning (and how it applies to learning a language), one on Advanced English Conversation, and substantially longer book dedicated to the topic of getting an Awesome Accent.

They’ll be coming out over the next few months.

In the meantime, get yourself a copy of Master English FAST.


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