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Learn More Now: 10 Simple Steps to Learning Better, Smarter, and Faster Paperback – February 11, 2004
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“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:
- Learn better, smarter, and faster
- Identify your learning style and your motivational style
- Synthesize your experiences, perspectives, thoughts, and actions
- Develop new pathways in your brain to increase your opportunities
- Absorb facts on the fly and overcome information overload
- Optimize your environment for concentrating and learning
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.
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Top Customer Reviews
The author gets wrong the one single relevant learning dimension she mentions. She subdivides Learning Style along three sensory subgroups, when it should be four. Kinesthetic and Tactile are two different subgroups. Also, the test she gives in the book is way too short, and vague to give an accurate assessment of your own Learning Style.
Occasionally, her writing style is really boring. In one chapter, she emphasizes the learning power of practicing.Read more ›
As I was reading, I did discover some frustrating sections. Her explanation of a visual learner does not describe me, yet there is no question that I am a strong visual learner. Many times when taking similar surveys that she has in her book, I disagree with the results because they seem to put people into molds. At times, this seems to be the same in Conner's book.
I have to say that I learned something from every chapter. I might not have agreed with everything she wrote, but I honestly feel that is a book that is worth reading.
Her methods range from hokey to downright ridiculous, leaving one's intellect offended and impugned by the experience. Anyone who has the misfortune to be assigned this as a text book, you have my deepest sympathy. Anyone who buys this of their own independent will, you have less of it, but still enough to fill the bowels of #$%&. Anyone who buys it and actually thinks it valuable, you have my sincerest scorn. I am at first tempted to feel bad for you, too, but at a certain point you deserve your fate as a punishment for a level of criminal stupidity which rivals even that of the writer (at least she managed to get people to give her money for her stupidity, after all - she gets credit for that).
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