Are you asking the wrong question?

Hop on google and search for "How to speak Spanish". You will see ten million pages that describe how to learn Spanish using every method you can imagine.

For free, you can learn every single word in the Spanish language. You can learn the grammar. You can learn the cultural nuances of speaking in Colombia versus Argentina. You can read about it, or you can watch videos, or listen to audiobooks. You can have an app on your phone remind you when to review your flashcards, and when to add new ones. 

And yet, right now, there are hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. who would love to have a conversation with a new friend in Spanish, and can't. 

How is that possible? 

The mistake smart people make is believing that information will solve their problem.

There are two types of people who learn to speak Spanish in less than a year:

1. People who move to a Spanish-speaking country and want to date. 

2. People who start a new job in a Spanish-speaking country.

What do these two types of people have in common?

These people aren't driven by "How". They are driven by two fundamentally different and more powerful questions:

"Why?" and "Who?" 

 

 

 

Smart people love to believe that they can learn their way out of a problem. Perhaps its a remnant of grade-school conditioning, the pat on the head we received for remembering enough facts to pass the test.

 

 

 

"If information was the answer, we'd all be millionaires with perfect abs."

 

 
 

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