Chapter Four


Building Style Flexibility

Things do not change; we change.

Henry David Thoreau

Your learning style helps you to be successful because you gravitate to situations that call for the skills associated with your style. Through repeated practice, you become more capable of dealing with situations that demand the capabilities of your preferred style. People seek stability, so they typically match their life situation with their preference in order to stay within their comfort zone. But what happens when your need for stability makes you feel brittle and uncertain? Or what if you avoid situations that can make you more successful or effective? ...

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