Learn Faster, Change is Coming

Written by Daniel Sitter

Copyright 2005 Daniel Sitter

Challenges posed by recent economic and market shifts, though predicted for some time, have instigated chaos inrepparttar lives of many business professionals and factory workers alike, not to mention just about everyone else who is paying attention. Instead of embracing change and allowing it to fuel creativity and activity, many people allowrepparttar 144693 very thought of it to cripple them through fear, indecision and inactivity.

Instant world-wide communications have allowed evenrepparttar 144694 smallest changes andrepparttar 144695 biggest ideas to spread immediately across continents. A new piece of information, transmitted torepparttar 144696 world in an instant, can forever change a market, a medical approach, relationships, jobs, products, services orrepparttar 144697 very need for a product or service. Entire factories and manufacturing processes can be rendered obsolete overnight. Many have been caught off-guard and are not prepared for this escalation and frequency of change.

Many people are entering or re-enteringrepparttar 144698 workforce ill-equipped and under-skilled forrepparttar 144699 constantly evolving career positions becoming available in our modern economy. Time is at a premium. How does one solverepparttar 144700 dilemma of needing to read and study a variety of materials to enable one to be a contributing and valuable employee, while finding little free time to prepare for such a career shift? There is an urgent need to acceleraterepparttar 144701 learning of new skill-sets, but how does one accomplish this feat?

What if anyone could learn new material faster than they have ever dreamed possible? What if people could digest change easier and more quickly? Could that have an impact on careers and earnings? Could learning berepparttar 144702 solution torepparttar 144703 fear of change? If so, then,repparttar 144704 ability to learn faster simply makes even better sense.

What does everyone want? We want stability. We want security. We want to get ahead. However, we fear change. In light of these observations, we must diligently seek to maximize every learning opportunity, for therein lies our ability to earn more income, gain career stability and to get ahead.

Unfortunately, there have been very few accessible tools to enable an increase in our learning rate. The educational establishment has been teaching inrepparttar 144705 same manner for many years, even thoughrepparttar 144706 real world has been demanding an upgrade. In my 18 years inrepparttar 144707 formal education system, not once was any mandatory or elective training offered in goal setting, effective study habits or speed reading. Those wanting more options have been paying a premium for customized educational services through private companies. What other solutions are available?


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I AM SO GRATEFUL for little things that matter. Whether it's a shoulder to cry on Or consoling words from another, A great big bear hug or a soothing foot rub, The smallest things makerepparttar biggest difference. I AM SO GRATEFUL for affectionate touch. Cradling an infant to my breast Or fitting a child's hand snuggly in mine, Tenderly planting a kiss onrepparttar 144584 cheek, and holding tight to those I love. I AM SO GRATEFUL for honoringrepparttar 144585 "child" in me. Eating allrepparttar 144586 brownies my heart desires, Or teasing a kitchen with a ball of string, Smiling at puppies throughrepparttar 144587 window of a pet store, And having a fit of giggles over something silly. I AM SO GRATEFUL for tiny delights. Finding a forgotten twenty-dollar bill in a jacket pocket, Threadingrepparttar 144588 eye of a needle onrepparttar 144589 very first try,

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