Working long hours is not a badge of honour. Being busy does not equate being successful. How would you like to work half the hours you’re working right now and still achieve the same results? You can, with Working Style Analysis.
Understanding whether you work best in low or bright light may prevent you from feeling lethargic or burned out. Discovering your most productive time of day – early morning, late morning, afternoon, evening - could drastically increase your productivity. Learning whether background noise helps or hinders your work could further help...
Are you a good problem solver? How well do you manage anger? Do stress and anxiety interfere with your life? How strong is your relationship? If you were a tree, would you be a solid oak or a weeping willow? Are your emotional highs and lows normal? Do you focus on a task or zone out? Are you pushing yourself too hard?
If you like doing personality quizzes like the ones above, you will love answering our Working Styles questionnaire. Working Style Analysis is scientifically designed...
Say the word routine and, depending on your working style, you will experience either a sense of stifling or a wave of well-being. If you have a preference for variety, the idea of an exercise routine, any sort of routine, will be enough to make you want to run a marathon in order to avoid it. It’s no good for your personal trainer to set up an upper body schedule on Monday, leg exercises on Wednesday and abs on Friday, it’s the mere thought that every Monday you work on your...
A big part of your school life is probably centred around sport: be it basketball, soccer, rugby, fencing, or skiing.
Just like with anything else in life, the way in which you learn sport techniques and the way in which you play the sport will depend to a large extend on your LearningStyle.
Some style features to consider are:
· Teamwork or training alone
· Time of day
· Need for structure
· Need for routine
· Sequential or simultaneous learning.
A beautiful example of this...
Teenagers, take note. If your room is a mess, you’re not alone. Most people your age battle with their parents for the right to keep their rooms the way they like it.
But did you know that being messy could be more than a “teenage thing”? It's your Learning Style. Whether you are organised or disorganised, tidy or messy, punctual or unable to keep track of time is a biological (inherent and often inherited) function of your brain, difficult to change.
Perhaps you and your parents can strike a deal: you will keep the bathroom, kitchen and lounge tidy...
How do you experience the world around you? Is it a collage of images, colours, people’s faces? Is it all sounds, music, echoes of people’s voices, snatches of conversations from two decades ago? Does every object have texture, and even if you don’t touch it you know exactly what it would feel like under your fingers?
Depending on your learning style, you may experience the world in a visual, auditory or tactile manner. You will notice what people wear and the pattern of the wallpaper in a restaurant. Or you will be able to recognise a song after the first three...
What does the Working Style of an introvert look like? They are usually the ones who prefer working alone in a quiet room. They don't usually communicate very effectively in a situation where they have to address a large audience. Sometimes their contribution to the workload will go unnoticed, because they won't brag about it.
In today's world, we value talkers (extroverts) and often choose them as our leaders. And yet this phenomenon is relatively recent and can be linked to the advent of TV. Prior to that, many leaders were introverts, although the term wasn't widely used back then. Check...
Morrow Award Program Honors the Achievement
MORROW May 23, 2013 -- Creative Learning Systems has been selected for the 2013 Best of Morrow Award in the Child Care & Day Care Services category by the Morrow Award Program.
Each year, the Morrow Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Morrow area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered...
While the second Star Trek movie, INTO DARKNESS, is making millions at the box office, here at Creative Learning we're thinking about working styles.
Specifically, what working style does Kirk exhibit? If you're thinking integrated with a tendency towards holistic, you may be right. Spock is definitely a learnt analytic. But what about Uhura? We'll go with kinesthetic internal unless somebody writes in to convince us otherwise.
What about your own working style? Are you like Kirk, Spock or Uhura? Find out.
This week's blog post will explore the many ways in which businesses can take advantage of the social networking medium called Pinterest.
Pinterest is a social bookmarking site that allows users to create a visual, online pinboard with images they love organized around topics of their choice by category. It’s the fastest growing social media site in history, the third-largest network after Facebook and Twitter and has over 25 million members and 10 million unique visitors a month.
Because the medium is image-rich and online, it best appeals to people with a visual-tactile working style, with a non-preference for mobility....
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