Thinking Skills for the 21st Century : Nightingale-Conant: Personal Development

  • by Michael McCarthy
  • Narrated by Michael McCarthy
  • Series: Nightingale-Conant: Personal Development
  • 5 hrs and 40 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Faxes and journals. Printouts and contracts. Magazines and newspapers. Wave after wave rolling toward you. Information demanding your attention. At home and the office. Every moment of the day. Change is happening fast. Advances in technology make it possible to produce and deliver information in the blink of an eye. It's a challenging sea of rising waters, and it's your job to stay on top. To process and digest all of this information. To put it to work to your advantage. It's essential you develop new skills keep pace with the turbulent tide. Michael J. McCarthy's Thinking Skills for the 21st Century helps you sharpen the skills vital to overcoming the enormous insufficiencies everyone has developed. Through enjoyable and informative learning activator exercises, you will learn how to:

Stop limiting beliefs that drag down your abilities to learn and succeed
Control information overload while reducing stress
Increase both reading speed and comprehension to find the information you need more quickly
Present information to others effectively
Achieve peak intelligence
Process the increasing amounts of information creatively and successfully
Overcome educational deficiencies
Enhance creativity and problem solving skills
Think creatively about productivity, quality, value, and bottom-line efficiency
Maximize thinking, creativity, and innovation skills through Accelerated Learning principles
Learn to be "proactive" predicting what is to come so you are not "reactive" after the fact
Unleash the group dynamic to generate increased productivity within various divisions of your company by capitalizing on the diversity that exists in the group

This is now a world in which brain power has become the passport to achievement. It's a power you must possess in order to survive. Let Michael J. McCarthy tell you how.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: Nightingale Conant