- You’d Be Speaking German Right Now If…
- Don’t Be The Kaiser or the Fuhrer
- The Art of War (Sort Of) Applied to Learning A Language: Logistics, Supply Lines and Force Concentration
- War! What Is It Good For?
- The Forever War and The AJATT Way
- What Being In A Forever War Means For You
- The Myth of Invincible (Asian) Languages
- How (and Why) to Make and Use Entropy Bombs
- Entropy: Fight the Power
- How and Why the Principle of Proportionality Works
- You’ve Got 99 Million Small Problems — Not a Big, Single One
- Remember That You Are, Were and Will Always Be Human: Infinite in Possibility and Finite in Action
- How Learning a Language is Like Conquering a Country (But Not in the Way You’re Thinking)
- Why America Doesn’t Win Wars Any More and What (Ironically) That Can Teach You About Learning Languages
- The Art of the War of Learning Languages: Sun Tzu on Immersion
- Fight Battles, Not Wars
- How to Worry Correctly
- The Way of the Cockroach versus Clausewitz’s Bastards
You are always moving. You never stand still. You’re always either getting better or worse. Even “staying the same” requires input. You’re always either going uphill or downhill. Forward or backward. Progressing or regressing.
Entropy wants to take your Japanese away from you; however little or much you have, it wants it. No matter how much you have accumulated and assimilated, entropy will not hesitate to throw those memories away if they’re not constantly renewed, teased, touched.
Entropy is the flow of the river, and it wants to take you back over and under the waterfall of ignorance.
Entropy is the only thing that has the power to stop you. All you have to do to keep it from winning is touch some Japanese. Here. Now.[LinkMixr::AJATT] ajatt.com/tools/linx
Fight the power. #SRS #immersion #exposure