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Principles Of Success

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Is there a science to Success?

Wow! I just discovered the seventeen principles for success for achieving anything in life.

After having a look at the list I can certainly vouch that in order to learn Arabic fluently you must implement a good number of these.

Definiteness of purpose

Having a high goal to aim for is the pillar upon which all our lives achievements are built upon. For goals check out my language plan. If you ever meet a person who laments about their lack of achievement in their life it’s very likely they did not set themselves goals. Try and spend one day without having set any goals for that day and watch how aimless the day will feel.

Applied faith

It’s having belief in yourself your ability to believe and keep on believing whenever you face hardships and set backs that’ll help you reach your goal.

Going the extra mile

I’ve mentioned in Get Fluent In Arabic that your progress in Arabic is made by what you do outside the class NOT inside.

Going the extra mile means doing more than the required reading, listening, speaking writing that homework requires. The principle states that you will never go beyond ordinary achievements unless you go the extra mile. I’ve seen average students of Arabic just do the bare minimum which is turn up to lessons and do the homework. Thinking that’s enough. Trust me it’s not.

Pleasing personality

Seriously ask yourself this. If you have a negative attitude how many people will wana sit down and socialize with you in Arabic or any language? Very few. Happy people are attractive and if you wana give yourself plenty of opportunities whereby people wana sit and chill with you in Arabic then you’ve gotta have a smiley positive personality.

Personal initiative

Your teacher says that your lessons are cancelled for the day what do you do?

Relax? Nope use the free time to do the lesson yourself. Find out the meaning to the vocab, read up on the grammar, use this extra time to develop your language skills.

Positive mental attitude

As explained in my last post positivity leads to productivity. If you’re negative all you’ll do is look for things to complain about and you will find them waste time and achieve nothing. I strongly urge you listen to positive mental attitude audio books on u tube whilst cleaning they are brilliant and will help you develop and attract good things into your life.

Self discipline

If you’re not disciplined to being consistent completing homework, preparing for exams, consistently listening speaking reading Arabic you won’t go far. You know how disciplined you are by seeing what you’ve achieved daily in terms of your Arabic.

Controlled Attention

Focused attention leads to mastery in any type field. Because it allows the mind to focus its power to attain a definite goal and keep it directed soley on that goal.

Focusing on one course one institute allows you to properly study  and master

Team work

Cooperating with other students to help each other out in any endeavour is a strong means to success. Cooperating with other students to help each other develop one another’s Arabic is a massive asset and time saver.


Establishing good study habits can dramatically help you become more efficient in your learning of Arabic.

Check out the full list of principles here they are an excellent guide to moving forward with our lives.

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Moniur Shajahan Rohman

Author of Get Fluent In Arabic



Author: Get Fluent In Arabic!

Assalam alaikum everyone! I'm glad that over 400 people have now downloaded Get Fluent In Arabic and benefited from it. I love travelling and have traveled and lived abroad in China (most recently in 2014) and Egypt 2009 to learn Arabic. Writing is my passion. It's the means for me to be my creative self. A special thank you to Sara Amin (Formerly Rose Adams) for her thoughts on Get Fluent In Arabic. The first ever step by step self help guide. Feel free to check out her thoughts here.

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