Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Communications Styles | Walsh

Learn how your own communications style affects your interaction with your friends, colleagues, and clients. In this segment, Dr. Brian Walsh (author of Unleashing Your Brilliance) explains the NLP concepts of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles and how these apply to interpersonal communications.

21. July 2011 by Admin
Categories: NLP | Tags: , , , , , | 25 comments

Comments (25)

  1. @WalshSeminars thank you 🙂

  2. @Flakchan Just send a note to Dr. Walsh through the Contact page on our website

  3. @WalshSeminars thank you for the fast reply! The entire work is in english and a translation would be useless for me 🙁 anyway I’ll look for the book you suggest and i’m very interested in the copy of Dr. Walsh’s eBook! How can I get the link for the free download? you’re very kind and sorry for my bad english 🙂

  4. @Flakchan That would be great if someone would provide you with translation. I would suggest that you find a book on NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming) in Italian. That might help you a lot.

    If you would like a copy of Dr. Walsh’s eBook on this subject, contact us through our website and we will send you a link for a free download.

  5. I’m going to make a project work about the way to learn because I’m going to do an exam and this video is very useful because in my project I also explain those things about V A K but I’m Italian and I can’t understand all the speech so I wonder If someone is able to give me some help, maybe writing down what he said.. if it’s possible to have a sort of subtle in english, thank you 🙂

  6. @36burrows – I know what you mean. I have to bite my tongue when I’m doing workshops for teachers. They do a terrific job using the tools and system that they have been handed.

  7. Always learning something new with your videos. Our education system needs some serious work. Its only catered to specific individuals. I personally believe in home schooling more than anything else.

  8. Thank god and Alex Jones…..

    I understand fully lol. NICE!

  9. @jwill1000
    Thanks for your request. This information is part of the body of knowledge known as Neurolinguistic Programming. There are dozens of books on this subject. If you’re interested in digging more deeply into this, you can decide by reading the reviews shown on Amazon.

  10. @WalshSeminars Please put a link to your favorite peer-reviewed study on this topic, I’d like to read more.

  11. VERY GOOD!!!

  12. Thank you for your interest. This concept is contained in the body of knowledge known as Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP. There are numerous books on the subject. We are not here to defend a concept that is already widely accepted. If you would like more information, we suggest you take training in NLP.

  13. Thanks for your interest. We do not have time to research this for you. Perhaps before the end of the year.

  14. Although most of this clip is about communications and building rapport, Dr. Walsh does touch on learning. He is not advocating any specialized teaching methods, nor is he suggesting any changes in school curricula or organization. He is simply saying that we have many channels through which we take in information. Teachers and trainers can enhance their effectiveness by delivering their material in a variety of ways. To learn more about this subject, we suggest you take NLP training.

  15. Results of valid, empirical observations of the effects of learning styles on students are clear. Teachers use of learning style information has no effect, or sometimes a harmful effect on learning. Clearly, folks behave unethically when they take peoples time and/or money and dont provide any evidence on whether an investment in learning styles is a just use of scarce school resources.

    So Id challenge the person in this video, Can you offer any valid evidence that it actually help kids?

  16. this can pretty much sums up a main problem with the u.s. educational system. mainly, it does not acknowledge the different ways students learn.

    this issue is key to communicating with struggling students.

    great video! i’m glad i found it.

  17. Awesome video – thank you for this valuable information.
    You Rock!

  18. You’re a genius Mr. Walsh.

  19. Excuse me if my suggestions seem basic, but I must cover all the bases. Avoid sugar, caffeine, or anything made from white flour. Stay hydrated by eating ample amounts of fruits and vegetables. Consume minimal protein. Any time you have an opportunity to move outside of the class, do so. Learn active progressive relaxation. You can download Dr. Walshs Taming Tension MP3 from Amazon for 99 cents. Track 2 has the active progressive relaxation. Learn self-hypnosis. I hope this helps you.

  20. I am a kinesthetic learner and yes it is very hard for me to sit still. But I was wondering if there is anything a kinesthetic learner can do to fight those tendencies? If my teacher is giving me a lecture I usually have to put my pencil away because I start to play with it. Or my leg starts to bob up and down so I have to sit cross legged. It would be very helpful if you could give me any advice. -Tim

  21. Thanks for your comments Jonah.

    Your experience and perception is valuable information to anyone interested in how people communicate and learn.

    The models of multiple intelligences and different learning styles, or any concept for that matter, are always subject to exceptions. It is good for us to be aware of that.

    Dr. Walsh thanks you for your contribution.

  22. Tourettes Turns all of this on it’s head. We raise our voices with tics, speak quicly, repeat words & we do not always have lower voices when we learn from sound since tics are often driven by sound. These are all things that may be true of a person with tics. Mozart may have had Tourettes, some sounds drove him crazy, especially as a child, but he also moved impulsively, ran from his piano in performances because he saw a cat & we often learn visually & what we see can trigger tics.

  23. kool. Thanks for the advice 🙂 Tell Dr. Wlash To keep up the good work

  24. Yes, we are all a mix of the three. You also said, I dont take notes, I listen because I can remember when teachers give me small lessons. This is your auditory showing.

    Dr. Walsh highly recommends using Mind Maps. They are both visual and kinesthetic. Since the mind processes mostly in pictures, long-term memory is better encoded when ideas can be graphically represented this way.

  25. sorry for the deseration of commetns, youtube dose not allow more then 500 characters because of spamers.

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