The Biggest Problem With Learning Chinese

The Biggest Problem With Learning Chinese

The biggest problem I see people have with learning Chinese is that they are not committed enough

Even if they learn, they do "active avoidance" and procrastinate on real learning by using language apps (what a joke), watching movies (with English subtitles, are you kidding me?) when being just a beginner in Chinese. 

But I don't say you shouldn't use apps or watch dramas in Chinese! It's all good IF you are NOT about getting REAL RESULTS and getting to conversational or fluent levels in Chinese as fast as possible. But if you are, stop wasting your time and enroll into a serious course, a full program that promises you REAL results. Otherwise, you will just be like 90% of the people who started with Chinese 2 years ago (!!!) and still can't express themselves in Chinese. 

Why do I say that? Because I was just like this! I was wasting so many years on "active avoidance" and procrastination and I don't want YOU to waste YOUR time. 

Let's start all over again! Let's go for real practical results with speaking Chinese to improve you professional life, career and increase your freedom of choices. When this global pandemic ends, you will be able to go to China and network with Chinese professionals directly, you will be increasing your network, getting chances to get your professional (and even personal) life to the next level. I genuinely want to help you to do that. 

About the author

Victor is an international video blogger and Asian polyglot fluent in four languages.

He has been living in China and Korea and travelling all over Asia since 2016.

Currently, he teaches Chinese and Korean languages and works for a YouTube channel on East Asian culture.

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