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I recently passed the APICS CLTD certification exam. The score was OK, but passing is passing. It’s like I tell my golf friends. Doesn’t matter how you got the par, there is no room for pictures on the score card.

As a life-long learner I have also developed a passion for sharing knowledge with others. As I prepared to take the CLTD certification exam I took note of things I did and ways I focused in an effort to hopefully help others achieve their professional goal of becoming CLTD certified.

My first step was acquiring the CLTD learning system (http://www.learncltd.com/) from my local chapter and reviewing the content, 4 books covering 8 sections and 864 pages of reading pleasure. Yes 864 pages. But anyone who has taken a goal setting class knows, you eat an elephant one bite at a time. By celebrating small success along the way, you are more apt to move forward. To help manage my expectations and workload I created a mind map to 1) help me manage the workload and 2) visualize the learning plan road map.

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If you are familiar with mind maps you know it is one of many tools to facilitate learning. A mind map is a visual outline I use to help link concepts and terms. We will have more discussion on mind maps in future posts.

If a goal for you in 2017 is achieving APICS CLTD certification I hope you are able to glean bits of knowledge from this site.

I look forward to your questions, comments and learning about your journey.

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