No? Yes? Maybe So? I Got to Go Series. 2 Introduction to the Series How might we more easily hold up a red STOP sign of N.O. Spells NO on the things we no longer tolerate in our personal and work lives? How might we more easily drive forward through a green light with a discerning Y.E.S. Spells Yes on right action? This simply written series evokes empowerment of self by applying two of the most powerful words in human language: No and Yes . Through these universal words, readers emotively explore “voices” in all areas of their lives including: those of authority, of our children, the media, our peers, our parents and teachers, our government, our religion and our society. These books span all generations of readers and appeal to the diversity of cultures. The youthful , poetic presentation of this series quickly touches the reader emotionally and psychologically to directly evoke the quest to speak individual truth while still integrating the wisdom of others. In combination, the series is experienced like an Emotional Vacation® that drives the point home. We no longer sit on the fence with indecision. It is time for clarity in simple terms taking a discerning step in the appropriate direction. Is it no or is it yes? That maybe so, it’s got to go. How might we balance the energy installing the rules of “no” and tap into the powerful brilliance of our children prepared to say “yes” to what is empowering and life giving? The Just Say No slogan provides encouragement to move on to Y.E.S. spells yes and to what motivates our kids in a positive direction. Now is a time when we are ready for clear boundaries and clear vision to ease our journey forward. We recognize boundaries when we see the difference between ease and struggle, value and non-value, joy and regret. This book series instills a discipline to maintain boundaries and a roadmap forward in our daily lives.
Objectives for this Self Training Session At the completion of this Self Study, I will be able to: • Clarify & Verify the basic principles in adult learning. • Articulate the differences in learning style preferences. • Identify my own adult learning style preferences. • Integrate principles & Styles into my Teaching & Training. Tr