Improving your Spanish by 1% a day

Updated: Jul 22

I rec#125752 #125752 ently came across the book “Atomic Habits by James Clear. In it, he discusses the theory of continuous improvement and the benefit of trying to improve each day by 1% for enhanced personal, and professional outcomes.

The main takeaway of continuous improvement is focusing on small gains (think 1%) with a consistent process. At first, you won’t notice any change, because the improvement is so small. However, with consistency, there will be a considerable change over time.

If you get one percent better each day for one year, you'll end up thirty-seven times better by the time you’re done.

So let’s apply this to learning Spanish as a second language learner. In order to learn Spanish as a second language, you need to dedicate a significant amount of time, effort, and a variety of experiences. This may feel overwhelming and like an impossible goal, but by taking James Clear’s model of Continous Improvement, you can focus on small habits that can add up to BIG change.

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