How to Learn Any Language in a Few Months While Enjoying Yourself: 45 Proven Tips for Language Learners

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How to Learn a New Language in as Little as a Few Months – and Have a Boatload of Fun Doing It

Let me make a prediction.

I predict that many, many hundreds of people who will read this description will close this page in a few seconds.

“Learn a new language in a few months? Are you out of your mind?” they’ll say. “It’s just too good to be true.”

And they will go back to their old language learning methods.

You know which methods: toiling away at mind-numbing grammar exercises, learning words nobody uses, and, most importantly, never actually using your skills to communicate with another person.

If you’re still with me, I expect you to be different. You think there must be something better. After all, how could people master more than one foreign language in their lives if it usually takes a regular person several years just to learn the basics?

The answer is simple – in one way or another, they follow the methods I share in How to Learn Any Language in a Few Months While Enjoying Yourself. They not only learn up to ten times faster than other people, they also have a lot of fun while doing it.

How to Learn Any Language in a Few Months While Enjoying Yourself is for you if you want to learn:

- without this one thing, you’ll never learn a new language in just a few months. Learn what it is and how to apply it to your everyday life to practice your skills while doing your daily activities.

- a completely free way to get native speakers to proofread your writings (and even explain to you all of your mistakes). This one site alone can dramatically improve your writing skills.

- an extremely easy way to find a native speaker willing to help you learn her mother language. It’s almost like having a private tutor.

- the proper way to improve your listening skills while watching movies. Most people learning a foreign language do it the wrong way and it does nothing to improve their abilities.

- how to achieve more with less when learning languages. You don’t have to spend hours and hours cramming every single word and grammar rule. In fact, it works to your detriment. Learn what to do instead.

- 9 common mistakes to avoid when learning languages. Reading this chapter alone can save you years of ineffective studies – especially mistake #3, so common among language learners.

- a 5-step process to improve your reading skills. You can make your learning process much more enjoyable and effective by choosing the right things to read. Learn what these things are.

- a fun idea to learn how to write the way native speakers do. You too can learn the slang and phrases only native speakers use – and know the language better than many academic professors.

- how to dramatically improve your language skills when traveling. While it isn’t necessary to go abroad to learn a language, it’s a powerful way to cram a lot of learning into just a few days.

- 5 common challenges of language learners and how to deal with them. Learn how to get over the fear of communicating with native speakers. Discover how to find more time to learn and practice your skills. Read three tips on how to deal with discouragement.

If you’re ready to supercharge your progress and become fluent in a foreign language in as little as a few months, click the buy button.

Why kill yourself doing things the old, non-effective way, if you could make the process much easier and enjoy it more, too?

P.S. As a gift for buying my book, you’ll get a resource list with my favorite language learning sites.

 

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About the author

Nate Nicholson is interested in the practical aspect of the self-help literature. He writes books for people who want to make the most out of their lives by always striving to become a better person.

Nate enjoys writing about introversion and self-confidence, two things close to his heart. The journey he undertook to overcome shyness and become a self-confident person has helped him discover entrepreneurship, fitness, and personal growth, all of which are his main personal interests.
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How to Be Happy Every Single Day: 63 Proven Ways to Boost Your Happiness and Live a More Positive Life

If you met the old me, you would hate me.

I used to be an unhappy pessimist. The worst kind: getting his high from things going wrong. Needless to say, I lived a sad life. I wish I could travel back in time and punch myself in the face. Maybe it would wake me up.

Unfortunately, time travel machines aren’t a thing yet. But you can avoid making my mistakes and focus on your happiness right here, right now.

My life was miserable until I started making changes to eliminate the negative thoughts from my mind. I slowly became happier and the bad emotions clouding my mind started fading away.

Now I enjoy my life more than ever before, and actually predict it will get even better every day. I find myself happy with some of the smallest things in life. Even when I’m facing problems, I still maintain the positive outlook that helps me solve them.

The book you’re about to read will deliver you my best 63 ideas on how to become a happy person. If you want to finally wake up with a smile on your face and be able to enjoy the little things in life, this book is for you.

How to Be Happy Every Single Day will help you discover:

- 3 habits to focus on the bright side of life. It’s the first and most important step to become a happier person. (Chapter 2)

- 3 habits to enjoy the little things in life. If you have no idea how people can get so happy while having so little, I will tell you how to join in the fun. (Chapter 3)

- how an Italian economist can help you find balance in your life. His well-known principle (unfortunately, rarely implemented outside of economy) can make extreme changes in your life. I wish I could fist-bump him. (Chapter 5)

- the happy habit most people practice the least. It’s actually much simpler than you think to become more satisfied with your life. Hint: mass media doesn’t help you to be happy. (Chapter 7)

- 3 beliefs to help you deal with problems in life. What one person sees as the worst thing that could happen in her life can be seen by another person as an opportunity to grow. Learn how to exhibit the latter attitude. That’s how happy people stay happy all the time. (Chapter 10)

- 3 beliefs to put an end to negative thoughts. Negative thoughts happen to all of us, including the happiest people on the planet. The difference is what we do – or what we don’t do – with these thoughts. Learn the proper approach. (Chapter 11)

- 3 beliefs to deal with negative people. Unhappy people can bring a lot of unhappiness to your life, but only if you let them. Learn how to free yourself of the negative influence of others. They aren’t worth it. (Chapter 14)

- 3 ways to simplify your life and become calmer and more content with what you have. Stop complicating your life and your happiness will soar. (Chapter 20)

- 3 life changes to create the kind of life that will give you joy, regardless of what other people think of your choices. Because if you let other people dictate your life, you’ll be a miserable sod. (Chapter 22)

If you’re ready to become a happy person, click the buy button now. I’m sure the advice from this book will change your life and boost your happiness.

Or you can wait for the damn time travel machine.

P.S. As a thank you gift for reading this book, you’ll get access to a list of my 50 favorite positive quotes. You can load them onto your e-reader and read them whenever you need a quick boost of happiness.

Note: Page count taken from the 5x8 print version of the book.

"You'll not only break the ice, you'll melt it away with your new skills." -- Larry King

"The lost art of verbal communication may be revitalized by Leil Lowndes." -- Harvey McKay, author of “How to Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive”

What is that magic quality makes some people instantly loved and respected? Everyone wants to be their friend (or, if single, their lover!) In business, they rise swiftly to the top of the corporate ladder. What is their "Midas touch?"

What it boils down to is a more skillful way of dealing with people.

The author has spent her career teaching people how to communicate for success. In her book How to Talk to Anyone (Contemporary Books, October 2003) Lowndes offers 92 easy and effective sure-fire success techniques-- she takes the reader from first meeting all the way up to sophisticated techniques used by the big winners in life. In this information-packed book you’ll find:

9 ways to make a dynamite first impression 14 ways to master small talk, "big talk," and body language 14 ways to walk and talk like a VIP or celebrity 6 ways to sound like an insider in any crowd 7 ways to establish deep subliminal rapport with anyone 9 ways to feed someone's ego (and know when NOT to!) 11 ways to make your phone a powerful communications tool 15 ways to work a party like a politician works a room 7 ways to talk with tigers and not get eaten alive

In her trademark entertaining and straight-shooting style, Leil gives the techniques catchy names so you'll remember them when you really need them, including: "Rubberneck the Room," "Be a Copyclass," "Come Hither Hands," “Bare Their Hot Button,” “The Great Scorecard in the Sky," and "Play the Tombstone Game,” for big success in your social life, romance, and business.

How to Talk to Anyone, which is an update of her popular book, Talking the Winner's Way (see the 5-star reviews of the latter) is based on solid research about techniques that work!

By the way, don't confuse How to Talk to Anyone with one of Leil's previous books, How to Talk to Anybody About Anything. This one is completely different!

How to Make Friends as an Introvert – Discover Over 50 Proven Introvert-Friendly Tips to Become Great at Socializing

I want to challenge your thinking.

Do you consider introversion a roadblock that holds you back when socializing? Do you feel you’ll never become good at making friends or getting to know new people because introverts can’t possess these skills? Do you think there are very few ways to socialize outside of partying?

You’re mistaken, and I wrote this book to tell you why.

How to Make Friends as an Introvert will help you discover:

- 5 strengths of introverts and how to use them when socializing. Just one of these strengths can make you MUCH better at socializing than an average extrovert. (Chapter 2)

- 5 weaknesses of introverts and how to avoid letting them affect your life. Learning about just one of these limitations (which is the key to a happy social life as an introvert) will help you dramatically improve your social life. (Chapter 3)

- 21 ways to meet new people. They are divided into three groups suitable for introverts with various levels of self-confidence and social skills. No matter who you are, you’ll discover at least a few new ways to meet new people. (Chapter 4)

- the blueprint on how to talk with strangers. You’ll learn how to chat people up and how to take it from “hi” to a deep conversation. You’ll also learn how to deal with small talk (hint: it’s all about asking the right questions) and how to be a good conversationalist. (Chapter 5)

- how to develop a friendship. Introverts can actually be much better at developing strong relationships than extroverts. You’ll discover how to pick the right friend, how to manage your social energy and how to be a good friend. (Chapter 6)

- 5 most important social skills every introvert should master. These five simple skills have a huge influence on your social life. Learn what they are and how to improve them. (Chapter 7)

- 4 behaviors to avoid. You may display some of these behaviors and put people off without even being aware of it. (Chapter 8)

If you’re ready to get your thinking challenged, click the buy button now. I’m sure the advice from this book will change your beliefs and help you become better at socializing.

P.S. As a thank-you gift for buying my book, you’ll also get access to a completely free ebook, The Introvert’s Guide to Happines.

Note: Page count taken from the 5x8 print version of the book.

Keywords:

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The companion book to COURSERA®'s wildly popular massive open online course "Learning How to Learn"

Whether you are a student struggling to fulfill a math or science requirement, or you are embarking on a career change that requires a new skill set, A Mind for Numbers offers the tools you need to get a better grasp of that intimidating material. Engineering professor Barbara Oakley knows firsthand how it feels to struggle with math. She flunked her way through high school math and science courses, before enlisting in the army immediately after graduation. When she saw how her lack of mathematical and technical savvy severely limited her options—both to rise in the military and to explore other careers—she returned to school with a newfound determination to re-tool her brain to master the very subjects that had given her so much trouble throughout her entire life.
 
In A Mind for Numbers, Dr. Oakley lets us in on the secrets to learning effectively—secrets that even dedicated and successful students wish they’d known earlier. Contrary to popular belief, math requires creative, as well as analytical, thinking. Most people think that there’s only one way to do a problem, when in actuality, there are often a number of different solutions—you just need the creativity to see them. For example, there are more than three hundred different known proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem. In short, studying a problem in a laser-focused way until you reach a solution is not an effective way to learn. Rather, it involves taking the time to step away from a problem and allow the more relaxed and creative part of the brain to take over. The learning strategies in this book apply not only to math and science, but to any subject in which we struggle. We all have what it takes to excel in areas that don't seem to come naturally to us at first, and learning them does not have to be as painful as we might think!


From the Trade Paperback edition.
How an Introverted Entrepreneur Accidentally Discovered the Critical Effect of His Personality on His Business

If you are an introvert wishing to start a business, I can’t think of a worse way to mess it up than to completely disregard the effect of your personality on its success.

In fact, that’s exactly how I messed up my business. I launched a venture suited for an extrovert, not even once asking myself whether I could handle it with my deeply introverted nature.

Would you like to avoid a major screw-up and start a business that fits your personality?

Don’t reply. I know your answer.

I wrote this book to help you avoid the mistakes I made and teach you the proper way to start a business as an introvert. I will share with you the lessons and observations every introverted businessperson should consider before pursuing a new venture.

If you skip this step, chances are that your business will fail much sooner than you think – and the only person at fault would be you.

I was there, and let me tell you, it ain’t pretty.

Let me help you learn how to make the most out of your strengths to start a successful introvert-friendly business. Here are just some of the things you will learn from the book:

- your 5 main strengths to help you become an entrepreneur. Just one of these strengths is more potent than any other business skill, yet you’re probably not aware of it. (Chapter 1)

- your 5 most harmful weaknesses that can affect your business. Learn which weaknesses can ruin your business endeavors and how to prevent it from happening. Even with the most genius business idea and perfect execution, you can fail when exhibiting one of these weaknesses. (Chapter 2)

- how to lead your company as an introvert. Hint: many successful entrepreneurs, including extroverts, do something entirely different than most people. And it’s introvert-friendly, too. (Chapter 3)

- 5 key attributes of a good business partner for an introvert. If you don’t want to go it alone, learn how to choose the right partner. Just one of these traits can either make or break your partnership. (Chapter 4)

- how to promote yourself and network as an introvert. Most introverts possess a powerful skill that can help them promote their business without networking the old-school, extrovert-friendly way. (Chapter 5)

- 5 attributes of introvert-friendly businesses. Before you launch a new venture, ask yourself how well it fits your personality. Don’t leave this question for later – unless you want to find yourself trapped in a business that sucks your soul. (Chapter 6)

- 9 introvert-friendly business models to consider. Learn what types of ventures fit the introverted personality best and increase your chances of success. (Chapter 6)

- 5 introvert-friendly ways to come up with business ideas. If you’re yet to come up with a business idea, you’ll learn how to research potential opportunities and find out if they have legs. The process of validating a business before you start it can save you thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours. (Chapter 7)

If you’re ready to learn how to become a successful introverted entrepreneur, click the buy button now. Avoid my mistakes and start a business that fits your personality from the get-go.

P.S. As a thank you gift for reading my book, you’ll receive a completely free ebook I used to sell for $2.99 – 15 Steps to Better Time Management and Higher Effectiveness. It will teach you how to become a more effective entrepreneur who achieves more while doing less.

Keywords:

introvert, introvert business, introvert entrepreneur, entrepreneur introvert, introvert networking, introvert success, introvert power, introvert leader, health, stress, inspiration, inspirational, introverts in business, introverts guide to success, introvert career, introvert leadership, introvert marketing, introvert sales, introvert communication skills, transformation, motivational

 

How to Make Friends as an Introvert – Discover Over 50 Proven Introvert-Friendly Tips to Become Great at Socializing

I want to challenge your thinking.

Do you consider introversion a roadblock that holds you back when socializing? Do you feel you’ll never become good at making friends or getting to know new people because introverts can’t possess these skills? Do you think there are very few ways to socialize outside of partying?

You’re mistaken, and I wrote this book to tell you why.

How to Make Friends as an Introvert will help you discover:

- 5 strengths of introverts and how to use them when socializing. Just one of these strengths can make you MUCH better at socializing than an average extrovert. (Chapter 2)

- 5 weaknesses of introverts and how to avoid letting them affect your life. Learning about just one of these limitations (which is the key to a happy social life as an introvert) will help you dramatically improve your social life. (Chapter 3)

- 21 ways to meet new people. They are divided into three groups suitable for introverts with various levels of self-confidence and social skills. No matter who you are, you’ll discover at least a few new ways to meet new people. (Chapter 4)

- the blueprint on how to talk with strangers. You’ll learn how to chat people up and how to take it from “hi” to a deep conversation. You’ll also learn how to deal with small talk (hint: it’s all about asking the right questions) and how to be a good conversationalist. (Chapter 5)

- how to develop a friendship. Introverts can actually be much better at developing strong relationships than extroverts. You’ll discover how to pick the right friend, how to manage your social energy and how to be a good friend. (Chapter 6)

- 5 most important social skills every introvert should master. These five simple skills have a huge influence on your social life. Learn what they are and how to improve them. (Chapter 7)

- 4 behaviors to avoid. You may display some of these behaviors and put people off without even being aware of it. (Chapter 8)

If you’re ready to get your thinking challenged, click the buy button now. I’m sure the advice from this book will change your beliefs and help you become better at socializing.

P.S. As a thank-you gift for buying my book, you’ll also get access to a completely free ebook, The Introvert’s Guide to Happines.

Note: Page count taken from the 5x8 print version of the book.

Keywords:

Introvert, introvert social, introvert friends, how to make friends, how to make friends as an introvert, transformation, introvert communication skills, introvert advantage, introvert power, introverted, introvert personality, self-help, motivation, how to be social, social skills for introverts, introverted women, introvert dating, social skills, social skills books, social skills training

 

How to Be Happy Every Single Day: 63 Proven Ways to Boost Your Happiness and Live a More Positive Life

If you met the old me, you would hate me.

I used to be an unhappy pessimist. The worst kind: getting his high from things going wrong. Needless to say, I lived a sad life. I wish I could travel back in time and punch myself in the face. Maybe it would wake me up.

Unfortunately, time travel machines aren’t a thing yet. But you can avoid making my mistakes and focus on your happiness right here, right now.

My life was miserable until I started making changes to eliminate the negative thoughts from my mind. I slowly became happier and the bad emotions clouding my mind started fading away.

Now I enjoy my life more than ever before, and actually predict it will get even better every day. I find myself happy with some of the smallest things in life. Even when I’m facing problems, I still maintain the positive outlook that helps me solve them.

The book you’re about to read will deliver you my best 63 ideas on how to become a happy person. If you want to finally wake up with a smile on your face and be able to enjoy the little things in life, this book is for you.

How to Be Happy Every Single Day will help you discover:

- 3 habits to focus on the bright side of life. It’s the first and most important step to become a happier person. (Chapter 2)

- 3 habits to enjoy the little things in life. If you have no idea how people can get so happy while having so little, I will tell you how to join in the fun. (Chapter 3)

- how an Italian economist can help you find balance in your life. His well-known principle (unfortunately, rarely implemented outside of economy) can make extreme changes in your life. I wish I could fist-bump him. (Chapter 5)

- the happy habit most people practice the least. It’s actually much simpler than you think to become more satisfied with your life. Hint: mass media doesn’t help you to be happy. (Chapter 7)

- 3 beliefs to help you deal with problems in life. What one person sees as the worst thing that could happen in her life can be seen by another person as an opportunity to grow. Learn how to exhibit the latter attitude. That’s how happy people stay happy all the time. (Chapter 10)

- 3 beliefs to put an end to negative thoughts. Negative thoughts happen to all of us, including the happiest people on the planet. The difference is what we do – or what we don’t do – with these thoughts. Learn the proper approach. (Chapter 11)

- 3 beliefs to deal with negative people. Unhappy people can bring a lot of unhappiness to your life, but only if you let them. Learn how to free yourself of the negative influence of others. They aren’t worth it. (Chapter 14)

- 3 ways to simplify your life and become calmer and more content with what you have. Stop complicating your life and your happiness will soar. (Chapter 20)

- 3 life changes to create the kind of life that will give you joy, regardless of what other people think of your choices. Because if you let other people dictate your life, you’ll be a miserable sod. (Chapter 22)

If you’re ready to become a happy person, click the buy button now. I’m sure the advice from this book will change your life and boost your happiness.

Or you can wait for the damn time travel machine.

P.S. As a thank you gift for reading this book, you’ll get access to a list of my 50 favorite positive quotes. You can load them onto your e-reader and read them whenever you need a quick boost of happiness.

Note: Page count taken from the 5x8 print version of the book.

How an Introverted Entrepreneur Accidentally Discovered the Critical Effect of His Personality on His Business

If you are an introvert wishing to start a business, I can’t think of a worse way to mess it up than to completely disregard the effect of your personality on its success.

In fact, that’s exactly how I messed up my business. I launched a venture suited for an extrovert, not even once asking myself whether I could handle it with my deeply introverted nature.

Would you like to avoid a major screw-up and start a business that fits your personality?

Don’t reply. I know your answer.

I wrote this book to help you avoid the mistakes I made and teach you the proper way to start a business as an introvert. I will share with you the lessons and observations every introverted businessperson should consider before pursuing a new venture.

If you skip this step, chances are that your business will fail much sooner than you think – and the only person at fault would be you.

I was there, and let me tell you, it ain’t pretty.

Let me help you learn how to make the most out of your strengths to start a successful introvert-friendly business. Here are just some of the things you will learn from the book:

- your 5 main strengths to help you become an entrepreneur. Just one of these strengths is more potent than any other business skill, yet you’re probably not aware of it. (Chapter 1)

- your 5 most harmful weaknesses that can affect your business. Learn which weaknesses can ruin your business endeavors and how to prevent it from happening. Even with the most genius business idea and perfect execution, you can fail when exhibiting one of these weaknesses. (Chapter 2)

- how to lead your company as an introvert. Hint: many successful entrepreneurs, including extroverts, do something entirely different than most people. And it’s introvert-friendly, too. (Chapter 3)

- 5 key attributes of a good business partner for an introvert. If you don’t want to go it alone, learn how to choose the right partner. Just one of these traits can either make or break your partnership. (Chapter 4)

- how to promote yourself and network as an introvert. Most introverts possess a powerful skill that can help them promote their business without networking the old-school, extrovert-friendly way. (Chapter 5)

- 5 attributes of introvert-friendly businesses. Before you launch a new venture, ask yourself how well it fits your personality. Don’t leave this question for later – unless you want to find yourself trapped in a business that sucks your soul. (Chapter 6)

- 9 introvert-friendly business models to consider. Learn what types of ventures fit the introverted personality best and increase your chances of success. (Chapter 6)

- 5 introvert-friendly ways to come up with business ideas. If you’re yet to come up with a business idea, you’ll learn how to research potential opportunities and find out if they have legs. The process of validating a business before you start it can save you thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours. (Chapter 7)

If you’re ready to learn how to become a successful introverted entrepreneur, click the buy button now. Avoid my mistakes and start a business that fits your personality from the get-go.

P.S. As a thank you gift for reading my book, you’ll receive a completely free ebook I used to sell for $2.99 – 15 Steps to Better Time Management and Higher Effectiveness. It will teach you how to become a more effective entrepreneur who achieves more while doing less.

Keywords:

introvert, introvert business, introvert entrepreneur, entrepreneur introvert, introvert networking, introvert success, introvert power, introvert leader, health, stress, inspiration, inspirational, introverts in business, introverts guide to success, introvert career, introvert leadership, introvert marketing, introvert sales, introvert communication skills, transformation, motivational

 

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