How do You Prefer to Learn?

Hope you are having a nice Monday.
Last week I asked you what you wanted to read about.
Here are the results:
Time Management 48%
Motivation 38%
Activating the Subconscious 33%
Goal Setting 19%
Sales Technique 10%

To all of you that wanted to read more about Tima Management I am glad to tell you that our new series on Wednesdays is on Time Management, you can read the first part here: What is Time Management?
The first part of our email course “Your Path to Your Dreams” is also about time management.

Motivation is a series we just ended so here I have a lot you can read about.
You can check out the entire series here –> Motivational Series

My posts about Activating the Subconscious are some of the most popular I have ever written:
Product Review: Real Mind Power Secrets
How To Activate Your Subconscious Mind And Unlock Its Potential
I will be publishing more about this in the future though.

On goal setting I have written a lot and at the moment I am actually writing a book on the subject. Sent it to a publisher Thursday so we will see what they say.
In the mean time I want to share this article with you:
Motivational Tip #1 – Setting Your Goals

For those of you who want to read about sales technique, the free ebook you get when you join “Your Path to Your Dreams” is called How to Make Selling Easy and shares my best advice on selling.

This week I would like to know how you prefer to learn.
Do you like to listen to information while doing something else? Do you want to watch a video? Or do you like to read?

How do You Prefer to Learn

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Thank you very much for participating.


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  5. How To Activate Your Subconscious Mind And Unlock Its Potential
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8 Responses to How do You Prefer to Learn?

  1. Fred Leo says:

    Hi Daniel,

    I look forward to reading your series on time management. Also, you most recent poll is very interesting. It amazes me how some people are visual learners and others are auditory learners. I am a visual learner and tend to retain more information when I read it. But, I also love listening to podcasts.

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Fred,

      I hope you like the series.
      It seems as though most people (at least among my readers) like text and video.
      Audio is coming in far last at the moment. We will see in a week but I will probably have to start adding more video to the blog.

  2. Hey Daniel, Hey Fred, I was surprised too about the results of the poll, maybe because I voted for audio! I like audio because I can be doing something else while learning, like making supper or working on my other business – the mindless stuff.

    It is nice to know that most people polled prefer text, however. We ARE writers, after all!
    Good luck with your book-at-the-publishers Daniel!

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Lori.

      Thanks, I hope they accept the book. We will see ;)
      It is very lucky that people like text, but I did expect my readers to since almost everything I publish is written so that is the audience I attract.

      I was surprised at the lack of response for audio though. I think it is a very useful way to learn.

  3. Paul Wolfe says:


    I voted TEXT. And for most things it has to be text.

    There are some things though where video trumps text by a massive factor – but on time management I’d probably say text does it. (IF it were me, I’d write the info in text format and then record it and offer the MP3 as a bonus. That way you’ve got both those modalities covered).


    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Paul.

      Great suggestion.
      I am thinking of recording at least audio format since I already have a podcast but I realize that video is a lot more popular than audio so I probably need to move over to video instead.

  4. Kenya says:

    I actually am a kinesthetic learner…so a combination of video and text would be great. However, I know that’s not an option. I put down video…
    Thanks :)

    • Daniel M. Wood says:

      Hey Kenya.

      It should be possible to combine video and text.
      Seems as though that would attract most people, I’ll see what I can do in the future.

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