Engaging Prospects through Their Learning Style

Learning style theory, which was developed in the 1970s, has well-known applications in education and employee training. “Simply stated, the ‘learning style’ theory promotes the concept that people have a natural preference, based upon their dominate sense, in how they choose to learn and process information; visual/seeing, auditory/hearing, or kinesthetic/touching.” Similar to educational settings, identifying and appealing to a prospective client’s learning style has considerable value as a strong communication tool. Here is what to look for and how to accommodate your clients’ learning styles:  http://bit.ly/uqQm0F

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