What I Learned In 4 Years In Mexico: How To Learn A Language, Get Ahead In Life, And Be Grateful

I left Mexico to live the life I always dreamed of. It was an honor and a privilege to work with a remarkable group of women who are so dedicated to changing lives in their own special ways. I’m not alone in my admiration for their efforts…

The book was an absolute revelation to me. It has helped me immensely to understand what it takes to be truly fulfilled in life and helps me understand how there are no shortcuts when it comes to growing into the life you always wanted. Not only is the language learned valuable, but having more choices helps you to be more prepared. Learning a language is one of the best investments you will ever make and that investment will pay you back in the form of improved social skills, enhanced communication skills, and an increased productivity in your life. I love and believe in Mexican culture so much that a book like this is an amazing blessing.

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The first lesson I ever learned is that we live each day as a story. A story can never end. No matter how good you are at keeping a track of things, something is going to happen on your schedule at some point. This is something I learned when I went abroad for 4 years—and the things that I’ve learned since are invaluable. That’s why I would go to this book even though I can’t read.

I was born on August 12. I was in Thailand when I was 6 months old. I grew up in Thailand and studied Thai during my first, second, and third years of high school. I taught myself Vietnamese during my fifth year of high school. My parents, especially my father, are extremely passionate about their country and all aspects of life in it. This is why learning languages is so important, that’s why it’s part of my family. I wouldn’t have the experiences that I have now without them.

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