The Art of the Possible presents an innovative approach to understanding the way people think, learn, and communicate. According to Dr. Markova, each person's brain organizes, remembers and creates using three different pathways--auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. These combine to form one of six possible patterns. The Art of the Possible helps you identify yours and use it effectively.
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Dawna Markova Ph.D. is internationally known for her ground-breaking work in helping people learn with passion and live purposefully. She is former research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT, and her previous books include The Open Mind, No Enemies Within, An Unused Intelligence, How Your Child is Smart, and Learning Unlimited.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
We live in an age when we are being forced to deal with rapidly increasing rates of social and political change. The organization of information and development of human resources are our new frontier. Of necessity, we must learn to facilitate the process of learning. Rather than merely accumulating new theories and more information that will be outmoded in a few years, our focus must shift to learning how to learn.
Unfortunately, we are too often taught to act sophisticated, to stay the same, while pretending to be wise. We hang on to our habitual, known ways of being at least as hard as they hang on to us. That's because one of the worst things to be in this culture is a beginner. The word conjures up feelings of awkwardness, sweaty palms, a throat that needs to be cleared again and again. Yet in the Orient, a beginner is honored for her curiosity, respected for his vitality, welcomed for the freshness he or she may bring. Beginners make sure that ideas maintain flexibility rather than rigidify into dangerous dogma.
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