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“Leaders at all levels will benefit from Marcia Conner’s amazing book of strategies, exercises, and stories to maximize learning. This book is a must for your reading list this year.”—Ken Blanchard, Chief Spiritual Officer, Ken Blanchard Companies
“A road map to reawakening the natural process of integrating learning into our daily lives.”—Kathy O’Driscoll, Human Resources Director, Microsoft
“Finally a publication that genuinely respects learner diversity as much as it offers tangible ideas for dealing with it….Marcia L. Conner is a true learning champion.”—Gunnar Brückner, former Chief Learning Officer, United Nations Development Programme
We’re all born with a vast capacity to explore and learn. Unfortunately, many of us never discover what we’re truly capable of. What if you could reclaim your birthright and tap into your full potential for learning? Imagine how much you could accomplish—how much you could become. Here’s your chance to find out. Through her innovative learning programs, Marcia Conner has helped thousands of people unleash the power of their intuition to rediscover the joy of learning and to expand their personal and professional productivity. In Learn More Now, she distills her renowned learning solutions into an easy-to-use ten-step program that will help you:
Packed with fun, easy-to-do action steps and exercises, Learn More Now will help you discover how to be more focused and aware, work in step with your natural rhythms, be improvisational in your approach, and transform your life into a learning adventure.
MARCIA L. CONNER is Managing Director of Ageless Learner and an advisor to schools, corporations, associations, and busy people throughout the world. She was a Senior Manager at Microsoft, where she developed groundbreaking training practices, and was the Information Futurist at PeopleSoft, where she led programs for individual and organizational effectiveness.
I found the book hard to follow and got little value from it.Published 8 months ago by David Kramer
I disagree with the few people who did not like this book and commented so negatively on the author and her style. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rhonda Richardson
When we draw back from action, we are often motivated not by humility but by fear of risk. [Palmer Parker]
I enjoyed this book and chuckled as I recognized... Read more
1. You are forced to read it by AMU
2. There's something wrong with authors who insist on putting their picture on the FRONT of the book. Why are you looking at me?!?
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I had to read this as required reading for online school. I'm not a big fan of self help books and, this one served only to reinforce that.
"Learn more now". Read more
I'm not usually much of a fan of self-help books; okay, I'll be honest: I despise them and I think they are the armpit of modern literature. That said, this one wasn't too bad. Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by David Withun
Over the course of reading this book I learned one thing: anyone can write a self-help book about any topic, even if you don't know anything about the topic. Read morePublished on January 20, 2011 by M. Barnett
This book told me nothing I couldn't find on the simplest FaceBook Application quiz. Completely pointless and a little painful.Published on October 31, 2010 by Tamara Terese Carey
I just have to say that I am suffering, trying to get through this book. It is required reading for a college class, and I actually came online to see if I could find it as a book... Read morePublished on August 31, 2010 by mandy e owens