Framing Your Future Self
Analysis techniques from the business world for conscious and efficient language learning
I am the fruit of my labour.
My experience with language has been likened to a tale of long-lost lovers, littered with regret.
I can thankfully say, that near 20-year absence from the thing that brings me the most joy is now actively under repair. I now consciously make decisions to be more aware of myself, my goals and my time. That’s not to say this doesn’t come with its own new set of challenges.
So, let me ask you this – Do you experience study fatigue, imposter syndrome, anxiety with speaking in your target language, not having enough time, frustration with lack of focus or dissatisfaction, too?
How many of us feel like the volume of our input doesn’t match the quality of our output? …or does it?!
Let’s explore some tools and techniques to that will help improve visibility, accountability, reassurance, self-awareness and ultimately, satisfaction.
Sharing simplified Business Analysis frameworks applied to my own endeavor with Persian (and examples of personally curated resources and planning), we can demonstrate common challenges to language learning and how to overcome them with efficient solutions and practices.
We’ll talk about why it is important that you build systems/frameworks tailored to you and you alone, and the importance of checking in on just how much closure you are to that framed picture of success of yourself.