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What is your sense?

What you’re about to read is a basic life skill that should be taught in every elementary school to improve communication skills, and enhanced learning.

Even people that are truly ambidextrous, equally proficient at using both hands, about 1% of the population, will still favor one hand over the other.  If you’re seeking a reason, than let’s just say that it is out of habit.













We have five senses; sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch.  Just like handedness, we favor one of the three of our senses when receiving input for memories.  We will favor either; sight, sounds, or touch (emotional).  

When learning new concepts or, when we want to get the most out of an experience, it is essential to know what kind of person you are!  And, to improve drastically the learning skills of children, you should know how your children perceive the world.  Do they see it?  Do they hear it? Or, do they feel it?

For those that see the world we need to show them.  For those that hear the world we need to tell them.  And, for those that feel the world we need to give them an experience!

Relationships often have problems because you will have a mix between one of the three favored senses.  Once you find out what your mate, boss, clerk, parent or children’s primary sense is you can more effectively communicate with them and their needs.  

When someone opens up to you about how they may be depressed or, are suicidal, proper communications is essential when administering a good technique with lasting results.  There is only one way to judge anything in life?  By the results!  If you’re not happy with your results, change the path that is getting you to the same end?

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