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What most Spanish learners don't realize

You may think learning Spanish is too hard but that's because you don't know what you need to keep progressing.

Most Spanish learners don't realize how much it takes to learn Spanish. They think it's too hard at times and give up their goal of becoming fluent.

That's because they don't know that learning Spanish takes time, patience, grace, and novelty.

Time and patience probably seem obvious. It takes time to feel confident and gain fluency. And it takes patience takes time.

But what about grace and novelty?

Grace means being gracious to yourself. It means allowing yourself to make mistakes and realizing that mistakes are normal.

You do them all the time when speaking English, so it's completely ok and even expected that you do them when speaking Spanish.

Then we have novelty. That means making it fun for yourself and changing up how you're learning. That may mean moving from passive learning (reading, listening, watching) to active learning (immersing, speaking, playing). If you're ready to change things up so you can feel motivated and keep progressing towards more confidence and greater fluency, then I have just what you need. That's my free 30-day Spanish challenge starting Mar. 15. It's 30 fun and immersive activities that you can do for just 10 minutes a day. By the end, you're guaranteed to feel more confident with Spanish.

Get on the wait list now. Those on the wait list get access to it before it launches to everyone else!


Jackie Amidon Donaldson helps women achieve their goals by setting up their action plan for success, showing them the tools they need, and supporting them each step of the way. She's the owner and coach for Amidon Studios and has worked with more than 1000 women around the world to feel confident speaking Spanish, English, and Italian like a native in 90 days or less.


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