Multilanguage no more (for a while)

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Sometimes we need to get harder with ourselves. If you want to got to the next level, you’re going to have force yourself a little more.

Yeah, I decided to not publish my posts in my native language (Brazilian Portuguese) anymore.

Why? I did realize that if you want to learn something new, but this “something new” needs more immersion of you, you need to make these things part of your routine, part of your life.


Let’s take an example of a gym. When you decide to go to the gym, you are worried about your health, do not satisfied with your body shape, or you need to gain or lose weight.

Regardless of the weight, we need to put our body in extreme condition, to lose weight you need to burn fat, for gain weight and muscles you need to hurt them, need to lift heavy weight if you want to that they grow up.

Let’s make tangible things

We need to do the same things if we want to learn a new programming language (despite I’m java programmer I didn’t code anything in it almost two months).

If you want to learn a new instrument, to sing, to cook whatever, the I want to is not enough, we need to make them tangible up, bring it to reality, put it in practice even if you make mistakes.

You can only repair something that you created.

As I said, I’m programmer and Brazilian (Brazilian programmer lol) I have skills that allow me to make bucks around the world, almost all information are in English, if you don’t know English nowadays you’re illiterate. I know that there are a bunch of people that don’t know English, and they live well, but if you work with technology, if you do wish to be up-to-date, you need English to read and to meet up new people, there is no escape!

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below!

Thank you who read and got here. I presume that you’ve found a lot of grammatical errors reading this article, that’s why I need your help.

I’m not a native English speaker; I created the blog to improve my English skills.

If you read the whole article, you’ve been able to understand it even with a bunch of mistakes; please email me [email protected] I’d love to read what you wrote about my grammar errors and tips to improve it, thank you!