291: How do I decide what to study every day?
Published December 4, 2018
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    Kausalya asks: "How do you decide what to do every day in your core study time?

    In Today's Episode:

    • My "Core Study Time" is quiet, focused time that I spend on my target language every morning
    • I don't have any kind of weekly routine where I do specific activities every day
    • Rather, I focus on one activity, often for a period of 2-3 weeks
    • I call these Sprints, which you can read more about in this article
    • The reason for Sprints is that sustained focus is how I've always been able to bring about real, meaningful progress in my language learning
    • Jumping from one activity to another on a daily basis, in my opinion, encourages shallow learning

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