27 Days to Forgetting English Isn’t Your First Language

So, you want to speak better English?

You’re in the right place.

When I first moved to Japan, mastering the language was one of the hardest things I ever did. And with good reason…

The Foreign Service Insitute lists Japanese as the hardest language in the world for native English speakers.

For me, reaching the intermediate level was easy. As a beginner, I improved fast, and speaking the language seemed like it would be easy. But what many people don’t realise is, when you reach the intermediate level… everything changes. You can’t keep doing the same thing and expect to improve.

But what I learned from mastering Japanese was this…

If you get just THREE things right, mastering a language–whether Japanese, English or any other language–is quite simple.

I call these three things…

“The 3 Pillars of English Mastery”

In a nutshell, they are…

  1. Method ー How you study.
  2. Material ー What you study.
  3. Mindset ー How you think about using English.

Get them right, and mastering English is easy.

I got them wrong.

And I wasted a lot of time trying to improve my Japanese as a result.

I thought I just needed to memorise more vocabulary and practise more. But actually, this was making my Japanese speaking WORSE… which in turn was killing my confidence.

So What I’ve done is put together a27-day email series called “27 Days to Forgetting English Isn’t Your First Language”.

In it I’ll show you what methods are effective, the kind of materials that work best for improving English speaking, and how highly successful language learners think.

Just enter your name and email address below, and I’ll send you the email series:

FAIR WARNING: this is NOT for lazy people who are looking for some “instant” way to get good at English without having to do any work. 

All the best,

Julian