We all learn and consume information differently - right? Some of us learn by seeing, some prefer to learn through doing and others prefer to listen to information and learn that way. There's no right or wrong way, we are all different and that's what makes us unique.
Based on these 3 learning styles, there are 3 different ways that we can show appreciation to others based on how they like to learn. So in today's post, I wanted to share with you 3 ways you can show appreciation as well as provide you with some ideas per learner. So without further ado, let's get into it...
Visual Learner -
A visual learner is someone who likes to learn through the things they see. This may be through drawings, writing, colour, videos etc.
So if you are wanting to show your appreciation to someone who is a visual leaner then you could show it by writing them a letter, giving them flowers or a small token gesture. Of course you don't have to show your appreciation by constantly giving something to someone but providing a small gesture to this type of learner is appreciated.
Kinaesthetic Learner -
This type of learner likes to do things for themselves to learn or feel great joy. They also focus a lot on feeling emotions and so giving them a hug, spending time with them or walking with them on their favourite walk is greatly appreciated by a kinaesthetic learner.
Auditory Learner -
They like to hear people saying how much they appreciate them. This could be through writing them a song or a poem or simply speaking your appreciation in a compassionate and caring voice.
From the 3 types of learning styles above, let me know in the comments what type of learner you are and how best you like to receive appreciation...