Usually learn best when they are able to see a someone’s body language and facial expressions; see an illustrations, charts or diagrams when something is explained; can take detailed notes to make the information stick.   They prefer demonstrations that they can see and like when things are described using imagery. They typically will use lists, charts and graphs to organize their thoughts.

If you’re a Visual Learner, use signals or cues that you can see to help you get organized and keep track of your items.

  • Label your items clearly
  • Use images, pictures or charts as guides
  • Use lists to track projects, items, deliverables and tasks
  • Use a calendar to manage your appointments
  • Color code your items to help you pick them out easily

 

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