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The NEURO in Neurolanguage Coaching® 

6- Silence

"a couple of hours of continued silence can produce new brain cells in the area connected to memory".

There's so much incredible and very useful information in this video. 

Listen attentively and then take a silent break.

"Silence helps with the transfer of information from the long term memory to the short term memory".

Let's link this information to your language learning :


what if after doing an activity geared towards your language learning, you take a few minutes in silence to let it all sink in?

If you prefer reading rather than watching videos, here's a couple of great links I recommend:

Why Silence Is So Good For Your Brain | HuffPost Impact
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