Time to take some action
I’ve designed a document which you can use to keep a record of all the ideas and activities that you came up with throughout the challenge. If you want to use my document, you can request it at the bottom of this page. If you want to use your own notes, make a list of all the actions that you identified during the other 9 days.
Now you have the road map, it’s time to go on the journey! You have ideas about what you want to do to improve your language skills, so now your challenge is to put those ideas into action, do the activities and try some new things. Using the document can help you to be clear about your actions, and it will be an easy way for you to come back later and check whether you have done the things that you planned to do.
Why not put a note in your diary to come back and look at this in a month from now? In the meantime, think about the activities that you want to do, and plan them into your daily routine.
For some people, this is enough. However, if you’re someone who would benefit from a bit more help and support, I have launched a language coaching service. Details are on the web page, but you’re welcome to get in touch if you have any questions, or you would like to book a planning meeting with me so that I can help you to identify your next goals and the steps that you need to take in order to reach them.
I hope you enjoyed the language challenge and that it has given you some new ideas on how to improve your language skills.
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The whole challenge is now available as a PDF. Sign up here for your copy, and a copy of the task sheet: