5 Steps for Planning a Productive and Successful Language Learning Week

Many people plan ahead for business goals, upcoming deadlines, events, meetings at work, fitness or meals. But did you know that making a language learning plan can actually help you learn a language faster?

In this article, you'll learn 5 steps to help you get the ball rolling.

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The Guide To Knowing Your Language Learning Style

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This episode is about habits and how we build and create them. Listen to find out what our tendencies are and how we use them to make our language routines.

  • What motivates you to do things?
  • What motivates you to keep going?
  • Do you set yourself goals and always meet them? Or do you hate goals?
  • Are you likely to spend weeks just looking for the perfect textbook before you start?
  • Or are goals only meaningful when others set them for you?
  • Or do you only set them when they make sense?

So many questions! And in this podcast, we promise you some proper answers.


In the episode, we dove deep into the Four Tendencies Framework developed by Gretchen Rubin, which is all about how you motivate yourself to keep going and to do things.

Take this quiz before or during the show to get the most out of it. Can't wait to read about your results!

Finding Your Language Learning Style

  • How can you use your tendency for language learning?
  • What is the best ever way of researching language learning methods?
  • Which tendency is perfect for the ultimate self-guided language learner?
  • Do some tendencies profit more from classes and masterminds than others?



Try and be aware of the four tendencies and look for how they influence you, but also people around you.

We Want To Hear From You!!

Please comment or tweet us (#cllp, and we're @fluentlanguage and @ldlanguages) and tell us what your tendencies are.

  • Do you think your tendency influences how you learn a language?
  • Do you have ideas for how you can work with the tendency?