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Quinn takes on one popular myth after another and breaks them down in a straightforward, no-nonsense format. This book is great for the new practitioner trying to separate wheat from chaff or the experienced practitioner seeking to win challenges with well-meaning stakeholders and SMEs - or bar fights.

Jane Bozarth
Author, Show Your Work, Better Than Bullet Points, and Social Media for Trainers

Div1

Clark not only exposes common misguided practices for the myths and superstitions they are, but most important, also recommends practical effective alternatives that will make your learning programs far more effective. I love this book!
Michael Allen
Author, Michael Allen's Guide to e-Learning, CEO, Allen Interactions

Div2

Use the concise and engaging information in Clark Quinn's new book to move beyond the myths, fads, and folklore that hold us and our organizations back. One of the best benefits is learning how to analyze others' learning, training, and outcomes claims. So important.
Patti Shank
Author, Write and Organize for Deeper Learning and Practice and Feedback for Deeper Learning

Div3

This book is useful for those who want or need to investigate the truth behind learning myths, superstitions, and misconceptions. The clear structure, short sections, and solid research make it a worthy addition for anyone who cares about learning.
Mirjam Neelen
Learning Advisory Manager

Div4

Millennials, Goldfish & Other Training Misconceptions is a tremendous contribution to assist in the necessary move toward evidence-based practice for L&D practitioners and their clients. Clark Quinn not only addresses the prevailing myths, superstitions, and misconceptions in the field today with what the research says, but also provides excellent guidance for what to do instead.
Guy Wallace
President, EPPIC

Div5

Clark Quinn has provided an invaluable service to our profession with this incredibly useful book. He's not only explained the issues with numerous myths and beliefs, but also takes the time to give us suggestions about what we can do to make better learning experiences. It's an essential book for any conscientious practitioner.
Julie Dirksen
Author, Design for How People Learn

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