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Pushing Up The Sky

de Jonathan Rand, Lee Donaldson

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Based on brain physiology instead of conventional psychological constructs, Pushing up the Sky addresses how people think, learn and communicate. It lays the foundation for the Personal Operating System, the natural patterns the brain follows as it processes information. It includes a basic self-assessment tool to discover your own Personal Operating System as well as detailed descriptions of the six naturally occurring patterns. Understanding these patterns is key to understanding why the thoughts of others are not always clear, why some people learn more easily than others, and why our conversations with others are often misunderstood. This is a new approach to understanding your relationships with yourself, with ideas and with others. Praise for Pushing up the Sky Pushing Up the Sky fulfills its promise! I have found the ideas in this book to be extremely helpful.- Lee Melchior, President, Peak Performance “Lee and Jon have developed a window into people’s basic communications systems. Utilizing the clearly understandable basics contained in this book, an individual can significantly improve his communication skills. Moreover, the age-old problem, “I guess I just don’t have the right approach?” can be avoided forever. This text contains skills that can be applied to both your business and personal communications.”- Allan Jones, VP of Operations, Control Components, Inc. “Well done! This book gets to the heart of the mind; it helps people relate to each other on their own terms.- J. Robert Parkinson, Ph.D. Associate Professor, School of Speech, Northwestern University Author of How to Get People to Do Things Your Way… (més)
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Based on brain physiology instead of conventional psychological constructs, Pushing up the Sky addresses how people think, learn and communicate. It lays the foundation for the Personal Operating System, the natural patterns the brain follows as it processes information. It includes a basic self-assessment tool to discover your own Personal Operating System as well as detailed descriptions of the six naturally occurring patterns. Understanding these patterns is key to understanding why the thoughts of others are not always clear, why some people learn more easily than others, and why our conversations with others are often misunderstood. This is a new approach to understanding your relationships with yourself, with ideas and with others. Praise for Pushing up the Sky Pushing Up the Sky fulfills its promise! I have found the ideas in this book to be extremely helpful.- Lee Melchior, President, Peak Performance “Lee and Jon have developed a window into people’s basic communications systems. Utilizing the clearly understandable basics contained in this book, an individual can significantly improve his communication skills. Moreover, the age-old problem, “I guess I just don’t have the right approach?” can be avoided forever. This text contains skills that can be applied to both your business and personal communications.”- Allan Jones, VP of Operations, Control Components, Inc. “Well done! This book gets to the heart of the mind; it helps people relate to each other on their own terms.- J. Robert Parkinson, Ph.D. Associate Professor, School of Speech, Northwestern University Author of How to Get People to Do Things Your Way

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