Peak learning: how to create your own lifelong education program for personal enlightenment and professional success

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J.P. Tarcher/Putnam, 1999 - Education - 320 pages
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Explains how to find a personal learning style and how to use it to enhance one's potential, break through personal learning blocks, and mobilize one's critical and creative powers. Original.

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User Review  - Sara Q - Goodreads

There are certainly more up-to-date books out there on the subject of personal learning. As long as you skim over the goofy self-help style anecdotes (which are about 2/3 of the book, alas), and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alf Mikael - Goodreads

There is good information in here, but you have to search really hard for it. Looking back and glancing through the book, I remember almost nothing. In other words there was essentially nothing that intrigued me enough to stick. Read full review


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Ron Gross is the bestselling author of over 15 books, including "Peak Learning" and "The Lifelong Learner." He co-chairs the University Seminar on Innovation at Columbia University and is president of Gross and Gross Associates, which serves the learning needs of leading corporations, universities, foundations, associations and government agencies.

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