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Volume: III     Number: 01 Productive Learning Systems, Altanta, GA January, 2005
What's Inside?

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Brain Teaser
Brain Teaser of the Month

The Two Sisters

Strech your logical analysis and questioning
ability on this puzzler to find the answer and
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Live Events

Productive Learning Systems announces weekend classes now forming for college students, graduate students, and professionals working on certification programs - "Dynamically Mastering Your Studies" - a specially designed program for academic success. Please call our office at 1-800-852-9703 for more information. Classes will be very small to give personalized attention. If you are taking coursework or know someone in the Atlanta area who is, this program is a must! Pass the word around!


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Continuing Ed

Best Wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Productive New Year!   In last month's newsletter and article on communicating your goals for better outcome achievement, we challenged you to create real results, rather than engage in the ritual of New Years Resolutions. We want you to make your goals happen. Keep in touch and let us know how you are doing. We have professional coaches to help you along the way. Call us at 1-800-852-9703 if you are interested in getting some support for your results. Action gets results. Wishes get air.




The Brain Teaser:  The Two Sisters  this one is lots of fun, and we're giving away prizes!!


Take The Poll: Creativity Click on the link. The poll takes about 5 seconds. We're really interested in your response. As the new year unfolds, we want you to create to your full capacity.


Warmest regards,

Best Regards,
caldwell
President & CEO
Productive Learning Systems, Inc.

  Hotline: Workplace Communication

Dealing With Difficult Types

Do you sometimes have trouble dealing with certain “types” of people in the workplace? Or, perhaps there is a particular difficult person that you have trouble communicating with. Here are a few quick tips on how to disarm some of these problematic situations.

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  Socratic Corner: Innovation and Critical Thinking:

"Out of the Box Thinking" RIP

One of the elements of thought in critical thinking is "concept," by which is meant to define the terms used in describing something – a problem, a situation, etc. The discipline and practice of thinking well requires us to use language clearly and concisely. When I work with client organizations and individuals, I often hear requests from managers, "Let’s think outside the box on this one." Imagine yourself sitting in this room. What goes on inside your mind? What meanings does it bring to you?

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  Brain Health & Learning

Foods to Keep You Sharp

It’s 2:30 in the afternoon. The haze of day is quickly encompassing you. You decide to take a break -  a good idea. You go to grab a cup of coffee and a snack. But wait! What’s best for my brain…? Here are some foods that Alzheimer’s Association recommends:

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  Frontline: Best Practices in Leadership & Management

Leaders Are Readers

For years I’ve noticed that the research on effective leaders points to a common leadership practice, that is, leaders are continuous learners themselves. One area that they are constantly learning from is their own reading. It is such a common practice that most business magazines publish lists on who is reading what.  This article takes the idea one step further and can create a powerful learning environment for all involved in a particular group or organization.

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  Information Overload

What's Your Lifelong Learnng Index?

How would you like to be as mentally sharp and prolific as Peter Drucker, who is 94 years old? In other articles that have appeared at ProductivElearn.com we have outlined easy and specific steps for you to master and accelerate your learning process. Take a moment now to measure your lifelong learning. Brain research has also revealed that lifelong learners tend to remain mentally sharp into the later years of life. Dementia can be arrested. Also, studies on longevity point to lifelong learning as a key component to remaining healthier in later years. Where do you measure up as a lifelong learner? Take this quick inventory.

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