Own your learning style

Have you ever wondered how to read so much better? Which of the following formats / methods or information do you understand the quick, easy, and most important information, to keep it all? You can be a student, entrepreneur, entrepreneur, housewife, housewife, retired full of wisdom… We all need to continue to learn and improve in order to grow, achieve goals, and be successful. Does this sympathize with you? If so, read my blog post on reading styles.

Learning styles refer to a variety of conflicting and conflicting ideas that aim to respond to the diversity of human learning. Many theories share the suggestion that people can be classified according to their learning style, but differ in the way the proposed styles are common.

Knowledge is power
Knowledge really is the power of truth. Apply what you know by applying it, taking the risks listed in the form of informed decisions. Those who do not have enough knowledge can sometimes be helped by people with bad intentions, and who are dishonest. Therefore, apply your knowledge to all aspects of life, for the better. In other words, take action based on what you learn.

Other learning models
Just a brief look at some types of reading styles (such as in the Wikipedia article I refer to):

David Kolb’s model is based on experiential learning.
The model of Peter Honey and Alan Mumford ‘shows four learning styles such as activist, theater, theologian, and the pragmatist.
Walter Burke Barbe and colleagues have proposed three modes of learning, namely vision, hearing, and kinesthetic expression (known as the VAK acronym).
Neil Fleming’s VAK / VARK model shows four sensory pathways. Visual, auditory, physical, and social studies are studied.
Anthony Gregorc’s model (by Anthony Gregorc and Kathleen Butler) shows different learning styles. People find and process information differently, as ‘There are four combinations of cognitive skills and order-based order skills: concrete sequence, random sequence, invisible sequence, and random concrete sequence’.
The concepts of Anthony Grasha and Sheryl Riechmann. Their learning styles are avoidance, participation, competition, teamwork, dependence, and independence.
The NASSP model is one of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

You can find out more by reading this Wikipedia article on learning styles.

Analysis of learning models
While many models support learning styles, on the other hand, there is criticism directed at them as well. How effective are they? Can they be relied on? And so on.

My favorite ways to learn
When it comes to me, I have a combination of different styles. Thank you so much for learning so much online about my university degrees (with integrated reading)! Although I had a regular classroom education at a young age, I chose to study part-time (while working full-time in companies) with a business degree from a UK university.

Now that I work from home, as my manager, I continue to learn skills to grow my business and my blog. I often take video lessons online, read articles, books, ebooks, and sometimes listen to podcasts. Before the public exposure to COVID-19 (at the time of writing this blog article), I sometimes went to physical events, held locally.

Find your styles / styles of your choice
Find out how to read better, store things, and exercise better. You can choose an informal method than the official one or vice versa. Make good use of your good study methods to get the results you want, and improve your success.

Self-improvement is a fun journey… Keep improving yourself every day, see the inner benefits, and stay motivated. Embrace ongoing and lasting learning. You will always be the best for those who don’t.