Lesson Transcript

Intro

Chigusa: Listeners, can learning a language change your life?
Peter: Stay tuned because I’ll reveal how it changed mine.
Chigusa: Welcome to Innovative Language Learning Sunday News! I'm Chigusa and I'll be your host. My co-host today is the founder of InnovativeLanguage.com... Peter Galante!
Peter: Hi everyone! Peter here.
Chigusa: In this Sunday News, you’ll learn...
Peter: ...how mastering a language changed my life ...
Chigusa: ...why people that succeeded tend to succeed again and again...
Peter: ...you’ll discover 1 easy template for setting successful goals...
Chigusa: ...and how you can get 31% OFF our language learning program.
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Peter: Can learning a language change your life?
Chigusa: Peter, that’s a great question for you to answer.
Peter: Chigusa, the answer is yes... and I’ll tell you how and WHY it changed my life.
Chigusa: Listeners, you’ll find out in a second, but first... listen up!
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Chigusa: So, Peter, let’s answer the big question first: how did mastering a language change your life?
Peter: Well Chigusa, I live in Japan and I was able to start a company here. As a result of mastering Japanese.
Chigusa: Oh wow. So that’s pretty life changing.
Peter: I also studied for a PHD... at Japanese university and the classes were in Japanese. And as a result of mastering Japanese, I was also able to learn Chinese and other languages.
Chigusa: And Chinese... why did you pick Chinese?
Peter: Well, actually, because my wife is Chinese. So I learned it for her and to speak to my in-laws.
Chigusa: Okay, pretty impressive, Peter. How did Japanese help with Chinese?
Peter: Well, lots of tough questions today, Chigusa. Great question. Have you ever heard the line “people who succeed, tend to succeed again and again?”
Chigusa: Yeah, I think heard something like that before.
Peter: Yeah, don’t sound too enthusiastic now Chigusa. Now, there’s a variation of it for languages. It’s “learning a language is easy when...
Chigusa: Hmm... “when....you’ve learned another one before?”
Peter: Exactly. The point is, when you successfully reach a goal, something powerful happens....
Chigusa: Oh, what is it?
Peter: In the process of pursuing a goal, you develop the know-how, the patience and discipline...
Chigusa: And these will help you reach your language goals..
Peter: ...and anything you want to learn or do in life.
Chigusa: But, Peter, patience and discipline? A lot of us don’t have that.
Peter: Well, neither did I. You know, Chigusa, no one has it from the start. The secret is — you develop these while you’re pursuing your goal.
Chigusa: So, listeners, if you’re wondering HOW EXACTLY mastering a language can change your life...
Peter: the direct answer is... you learn how to attack goals and reach them. You develop the mindset and habits. So because I figured out how to learn languages... while learning Japanese...
Chigusa: ....you were able to learn Chinese afterwards.
Peter: Exactly. And you can apply this process anywhere. If you want to start a website or a podcast...
Chigusa: ...or if you want to write a book or exercise more...
Peter: ....the same rules apply. And they will help you reach your goals.
Chigusa: Now, what can our listeners take away from this? How can they stick to their goals?
Peter: Listeners, keep your goals small and measurable. Here’s an example of what you should take with you. Finish 30 lessons by the end of the month. Deadline March 31st.
Chigusa: So, 30 lessons is small and measurable. Very easy to do. That’s like 1 lesson a day for the month.
Peter: Exactly. And the deadline gives you the pressure to reach it.
Chigusa: Listeners follow this small, measurable goal example.
Peter: Once you set your goal, stick to a routine.
Chigusa: Decide when and where you’ll study.
Peter: So, on the train at 9AM or at home at 8PM by the computer.
Chigusa: Decide how you’ll study: Do 1 audio or video lesson and read the lesson notes.
Peter: Set a schedule: Every weekday. So, 5 days a week, for example.
Chigusa: And for how long: 10 minutes. 20 minutes.
Peter: That last part is important. You need to know when to stop and walk away...
Chigusa: ...so you can come back tomorrow, continue with your goal...
Peter: ...and reach it successfully.
Chigusa: And remember....
Peter: If you want to start speaking the language with our complete learning program...
Chigusa: The “You Can Speak” Sale starts now.
Peter: Get a BIG 31% OFF Premium or Premium PLUS
Chigusa: You unlock hundreds of audio and video lessons by real teachers...
Peter: ...that get you speaking, reading, and writing from Beginner to Advanced...
Chigusa: ...mobile apps so you can learn on the go...
Peter: ...dozens of study tools that help you learn twice as fast...
Chigusa: ...like Spaced Repetition Flashcards, Line by Line Dialogues, and Voice Recording Tools...
Peter: And with Premium PLUS, you even get your very own teacher
Chigusa: Get 31% OFF Premium or Premium PLUS
Peter: That’s as low as $0.23 a day or $6.90 a month.
Chigusa: Just click the link in the comments section of this Sunday News.
Peter: Get 31% OFF Premium or Premium PLUS by March 29th, 2019.

Outro

Chigusa: Okay, well that’s going to do it for this edition of Innovative Language Learning Sunday news!
Peter: Bye everyone!
Chigusa: Thanks for listening, and we’ll see you all next time.

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