|Volume: VI Number: 06||Productive Learning Systems, Altanta, GA||June, 2010|
Springtime has almost ended! Just in time for this edition of "Continuing-ed" Newsletter!
Our goal for this edition is to send you off into summer with some for thought. We hope this edition gives you some things to reflect and ponder upon, and even encourage you to continue your growth and learning during this amazing growing season. (Atlanta is having one of its best season's so far!) Yes, learning is very much like mother nature.
Speaking of continued growth, we offered our first Virtual Training program that was a smashing success. In fact, it sold out! For those of you who couldn't join us during the office hours that it was scheduled, we are now offering another opportunity for the evening crew. Here's the info:
Live Virtual Online Program: Unleash Hidden Brain Power!:
"Whole brain Thinking for Success!"
June 28 & June 30, 2010
So if you haven't taken a virtual training program, I encourage you to do so. And with the low price for your attendance, it's risk free. Besides, you know the quality of the work we do. We always guarantee your satisfaction!
To your success,
Conference calling in the business setting requires a special kind of attention to detail, and adept understanding of process management. This article looks at some notable saying from Shakespeare for a lively and poignant way to get to the heart of how conference calling works. The goal is to help our readers get the most out of their next conference call.
Can your intelligence really be increased? That's a radical question that has been hotly debated for well over a century. As with most "radical" questions the debate is usually centered around the lines of demarcation or differing disciplines. Historically intelligence has been measured as a factor of abstract numerical capabilities as tested by the dreaded IQ test. The supporters of IQ testing held upper hand in the debate until Dr Howard Gardner, educational psychologist at Harvard, announced his theory of "multiple intelligences," outlining eight distinct forms of "being smart." In which way are you smart?
What does selling shoes have to do with your management effectiveness and using your whole brain effectively? Nothing if you are merely trying to sell shoes. But if you are someone like Tony Hsieh of Zappos, selling shoes is merely the starting point of something with much greater significance and implications.
You've decided to get some high volume and intense reading done. You start with the intention of not allowing any interruptions. About five minutes into your reading you momentarily stop. Then, you notice that you don't have any idea what the material was about. Here is the key to stopping this time waster.
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