The Open Mind: Exploring the 6 Patterns of Natural Intelligence

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Conari Press, Nov 15, 1996 - Psychology - 224 pages
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Every one of us has a special genius and the discovery of yours is the key to faster learning and better communication. Dr. Dawna Markova teaches that each of us fits into one of six basic learning patterns, guides us through detailed descriptions of each learning pattern, and teaches us how to recognize them in ourselves and others. A storehouse of invaluable information that can revolutionize the way you communicate, work, and love.

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The idea is that our conscious, subconscious and unconscious minds are configured differently for each person, each mind matching up with visual, kinetic and auditory intelligence. For example ... Read full review

The Open Mind: Exploring the 6 Patterns of Intelligence

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Exploring the psychology of human learning, Markova (senior affiliate, the Organizational Learning Ctr., MIT) theorizes that all people distill auditory, visual, and kinesthetic stimuli into one of ... Read full review


Learning is Discovering That Something is Possible I
Becoming Intelligent About Your Intelligences
The Natural Languages of Your Mind
The True Nature of Our Differences
Each of the patterns is presented in depth in the chapters that follow through snap
VKAVisually Smart Kinesthetically Centered Auditorily Sensitive
KAYKinesthetically Smart Auditorily Centered Visually Sensitive
Partnering the PossibleConnecting With Others
Living In the Questions
Chapter 14 Risk Your Significance
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Dawna Markova, Ph.D., is internationally know for her groundbreaking work in helping people learn with passion and live on purpose. She is the CEO of Professional Thinking Partners, Inc., co-founder of the Worldwide Women's Web, and former research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT. Her books include I Will Not Die an Unlived Life, The Open Mind, and No Enemies Within; An Unused Intelligence, co-authored with her husband and business partner, Andy Bryner; and How Your Child Is Smart and Learning Unlimited, co-authored with Anne R. Powell. She lives in Geyersville, California.

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