Category Archives: Learning Styles

(#261) Mixing it Up with Your Audience

So, go ahead. Mix it up. It will not only energize your audience, it will keep you fresh. A note to my blog followers: This week’s post marks the fifth anniversary for this blog. Thank you for following and sharing my weekly … Continue reading

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(#90) Using Learning Preferences to Make Connections

It’s one thing to understand what your preference for learning is. It is quite another, to do something with that knowledge. Remember, knowledge is NOT power. The APPLICATION of knowledge brings you POWER. When we speak of style, we generally … Continue reading

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