How to Use the Power of Knowledge to Enrich Your Life

Written by Lisa van den Berg

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Some people learn by audio stimulus. This means that you react well to a teacher telling you what happened or recountingrepparttar scene verbally. It means that you learn better by listening to tapes as opposed to reading. Such people are people who tell brilliant stories and tend to be able to make themself understood byrepparttar 101978 power and eloquence of their words.

Some people learn throughrepparttar 101979 physical realm. They learn from models, physical puzzles, touching and feeling. This can be accomplished by writing out on a piece of paper and tearing it up into a puzzle and reconstructing it, by writing out notes that you review, by drawing a mind map and putting allrepparttar 101980 pieces into a flow chart so you can seerepparttar 101981 logical progression.

All of us learn using a varied combination of all 3 of these methods, although one always seems to be dominant.

Sit and figure out which one helps yourepparttar 101982 most. If you can ‘see’ vivid pictures in your imagination then you’re most likely a visual learner, if you like to write everything out then you’re most likely a physical learner and if you like to listen and talk then you’re probably an audio learner.

Once you know which way you learn best, you’ve opened up a whole new amazing world for yourself. Asrepparttar 101983 saying goes ‘Knowledge is Power’ and believe me, it most certainly is. In a time that is being hailed asrepparttar 101984 ‘Knowledge Revolution’, you can achieve whatever you desire when you haverepparttar 101985 knowledge with which to do it.

Find out which way isrepparttar 101986 easiest and most enjoyable way for you to learn and openrepparttar 101987 floodgates torepparttar 101988 astounding world of Knowledge.

Lisa van den Berg is the author of ‘Alleviate Stress – 11 Simple and Easy Ways to Transform Your Life!’ Take the free online Stress Test at to see how much stress you’re under and why you need to do something about it right now!

Rocket Your Way to Riches

Written by Pamela Heywood

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You and 95% of others. And it ain't gonna work!

Why, I wonder?

Yes, we've all been torepparttar "University of Life" and we all think that we've picked up enough skills alongrepparttar 101977 way. Certainly, many of them are transferable.

We've all worked for plenty of awful bosses so we all KNOW we can do a better job, don't we?

We don't like to admit that we don't know everything and we don't like to ask what we feel are stupid questions. So this is what we do -- throw ourselves headlong and unprepared, merely setting ourselves up for disappointment and failure.

Sometimes in arrogance, other times in ignorance, butrepparttar 101978 plain sad fact is and, it should now seem obvious in light ofrepparttar 101979 above fictional story, that if you'd spentrepparttar 101980 first weeks or months reading "Rocket Science for Dummies", you might have had a chance of building a better rocket and of collectingrepparttar 101981 big bonus in a few months time.

Face it, without some study and preparation, you are no more likely to make money inrepparttar 101982 first days of your fledgling Internet career than you are of doing rocket science.

So step back from wildly promoting that sure-fire program via 2 million ways that don't work and study what does.

Rememberrepparttar 101983 hare andrepparttar 101984 tortoise?

Think long-term. The way to become a soaring success is NOT just to lightrepparttar 101985 blue touch-paper and retire!

Pamela Heywood is a former accountant and journalist, with a career spanning over 20 years and two countries. Publishing successfully online since 1999, she was recently interviewed by Top UK Broadcaster, Peter Twist, for "21st Century Internet Experts". For daily expert advice in making your small business a SUCCESS:

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