How to Use the Power of Knowledge to Enrich Your Life

Written by Lisa van den Berg

I was one of those kids that scraped through school by repparttar skin of my teeth. I hadrepparttar 101978 potential to get top marks, but just hated to study.

Every time I sat down to study I’d get hungry or sleepy or bored. And of course you can’t just stay hungry, or stay awake when you need rest or keep focused when you’re bored! Hey, any excuse would do.

I amrepparttar 101979 kind of person that needs things explained in terms of apples and pears. Let’s get down torepparttar 101980 grass roots of it all. Now apples + pears = fruit salad. Therefore an atom of oxygen mixed in a bowl with 2 atoms of hydrogen makes water – COOL! That didn’t seem to berepparttar 101981 wayrepparttar 101982 teacher wanted to explain it though.

This really used to frustrate me because I have an insatiable appetite for knowledge, if someone would just takerepparttar 101983 time to explain it to me inrepparttar 101984 way that I understand!

So, after gettingrepparttar 101985 shock of my life when I nearly failed to graduate from High School, I decided to set about finding out how I could study and actually understand and absorbrepparttar 101986 information I was so interested in learning.

I looked long and hard at different methods of learning and studiedrepparttar 101987 different ways in which people, who got good grades, managed it. Let me tell you that it has been one ofrepparttar 101988 most enlightening journeys I have undertaken.

We all learn in one of 3 ways. By learn I mean a)take in repparttar 101989 information b)understandrepparttar 101990 concepts c)retain it in a way that we can use and d)regurgitate it inrepparttar 101991 form that we have stored it. These 3 ways in which we all learn are by sight, sound and touch. In other words, through visual stimulus, audio stimulus and tactile stimulus. When you figure outrepparttar 101992 way that your brain likes to take in information, learning becomes a blast.

So, some people learn by visual stimulus. That means you are a visual thinker. You can see vivid pictures in your minds eye, in order to understand something it must be explained in a way that can help you to ‘see’ what happens. This can be accomplished by watching a video, play, slide show or reading. It can also be done by drawingrepparttar 101993 scene, seeing a physical model or seeing a picture.

Rocket Your Way to Riches

Written by Pamela Heywood

It's Monday morning and today'srepparttar day you begin at your new post. After a 25 year career in construction, hair- styling or burger-flipping, you've finally landed that coveted job with Rocky Rockets Inc.

You've been hired as VP in charge of Rocket Building and, such isrepparttar 101977 trust they've put in you, you are to work unsupervised. Eager to impress and get that million dollar rocket building bonus, you get on with it ...

Atrepparttar 101978 end ofrepparttar 101979 week, you launch your first rocket, but because you didn't know anything about torque ratios or special space paint (well, it sounds technical), it burns up on re-entry, killing all ten astronauts on board.

Naturally, your bonus goes up in smoke along with it!

Losing your job, you vow to try brain surgery next week.

Now I can hear you asking, no screaming, "Whatrepparttar 101980 devil has this got to do with my Internet business?"


Oh sure,repparttar 101981 story is maybe a little far fetched, but this is exactlyrepparttar 101982 approach most people are taking with their Internet money-making endeavours. Even though no-body dies (well, maybe your family from starvation if you go totally broke) your results so far are probably pretty similar?

Or, inrepparttar 101983 parlance, they *crashed and burned*!

Ever signed up for a program, advertised it once or twice, decided *it* didn't work because you weren't rich in a week, so you signed up another and repeatedrepparttar 101984 sad process?

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