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Some people learn by audio stimulus. This means that you react well to a teacher telling you what happened or recounting 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 by power and eloquence of their words.
Some people learn through 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 all pieces into a flow chart so you can see 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 you 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. As saying goes ‘Knowledge is Power’ and believe me, it most certainly is. In a time that is being hailed as ‘Knowledge Revolution’, you can achieve whatever you desire when you have knowledge with which to do it.
Find out which way is easiest and most enjoyable way for you to learn and open floodgates to 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 http://www.Alleviate-Stress.com/web/ar8 to see how much stress you’re under and why you need to do something about it right now!