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Finally! An Easy To Use Method That Can Save You From Information Overload.  No More Stress.  Here’s How You Can
Find The Information You Need And Get On With Life!

If you’ve been looking for an easier way to handle more information, recall it more easily, and
turbo-charge your genius, then keep
reading to change the way you learn forever…

Do you ever find yourself…

  • Staring at stacks of unread professional journals and mail?
  • Feeling guilty for getting so far behind in your reading?
  • Missing fiction because it’s all you can do to keep up with work reading?
  • Taking work home because you can’t get all your reading done at the office?
  • So overwhelmed with information that you have trouble sorting for the “good stuff”?
  • Forgetting where you read or learned something?
  • Wishing you had more time to study things that really matter to you?
  • Totally stumped by technical information?
  • Unable to see the common thread in multiple resources?
  • Wishing you could be more productive?
  • Unprepared (and wishing you had done more to get ready)?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone…

If you are anything like me, you are trying to take in and process an enormous amount of information.  You have to have the right information to do a good job at anything!  There just never seems to be enough time to get it all in (and there is SO much more to learn).

Learning how to learn is one of the first things we do when we arrive on earth.

As babies, we learned through experience and exposure.  In school we learned how to memorize and work problems. For most of us, we learned how to learn a long time ago – and at the pace of information today, even a decade is a long time.  We learned how to learn using the “traditional” ways.

Those ways are outdated.  They don’t work well in the modern world of information.

When did you learn to learn?  Chances are, what worked for you then is woefully inadequate for the amount of information you deal with today!


For Years I have shared this great learning tool with everyone who would listen – it’s just too good. Photoreading is one of the most kickass learning tools ever created and I’m thrilled for this opportunity to share it with you.  Thank me later.

Photoreading is a reading tool that helps the reader to read faster and more thoroughly.  It’s not speed-reading, it’s more like developing super fast photographic memory using your peripheral vision to take information directly into long-term memory.  In order to successfully use the information, you must “call it up” or “activate it” out of long-term memory.

I have been using it since the early 1990’s and it has made my life so much easier.  Indeed, I don’t know where I would be without it. Photoreading is ONE of the fantastic Learning Strategies products designed to turbo charge your brain so that you can learn faster, better, and get on with life!  Any way you can do it, do it.  Get this training and you will be patting yourself on the back for the rest of your life!

You Can Learn Photoreading Many Different Ways:

Click here to learn more about Photoreading!

Buy The Book

Buy The Classic Study Course

Buy The Deluxe Study Course

Go To A Live Training (they’re fun too!!)

Attend  Webinar Training



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Learning Strategies has lots of different ways to support you in learning how to learn better and faster, including Dr. Win  Wenger’s Genius Code.  Dr. Win Wenger’s 30 years of study shows that genius is not a result of genetic superiority, but of a  pattern of mental conditioning. That means you can be a genius too!  You are brighter than you think.

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My Photoreading story…

At first, college wasn’t for me.   I worked – sold cars, luggage, plants, and shoes, filed for lawyers, ran a barn, and eventually started my own business stringing pearls for local jewelry stores.  That was fine for a while but then my competitive streak perked up because… all of my friends were graduating and I hadn’t even started!

I was motivated.

When school started, I felt behind and wanted to catch up, but the number of hours and the amount of schoolwork just didn’t match up.  There just wasn’t time.  On top of that, there was work!

I learned Photoreading – one of the big Super Learning Secrets – in the early 1990’s.  What an eye opener!   Like getting a swimmer with a new pair of giant flippers,  I could suddenly do so much more with the same amount of effort.

Grades got better and I piled on the extra work!

Photoreading helped me get through all of the technical classes and labs easily, like math, computer science and statistics.  Writing got easier and my essays and papers flowed. It really felt like anything was possible! I decided to go to law school at the beginning of my third year…

I double dipped!

My university’s policies said that if you had completed the core curriculum, You could use the first semester of law school as your last semester of undergraduate school.  It sounded like a great idea to me! It was a (very) rarely used policy clause that required convincing both schools into going along with the plan.

I managed to convince both schools and experienced double dipping at its finest!

However, I had to somehow take two math classes and a statistics class in two semesters (along with a full class load).  In order to even get to that point I had to test out of a remedial math by re-taking my ACT.  That would be a miracle!

My advisor rolled her eyes, told me it was impossible, but eventually let me try anyway.

Math had always scared me and while my earlier ACT scores were 24 and 26 respectively – my scores on the math section were 4 and 5, respectively (yes, really).  I needed a 19 or above on the math section to test out of the remedial math I was supposed to take.  A 5 to a 19 is a big jump!

I jumped right in and Photoread old math books and anything and everything math related.  I used every one of my tools!

The plan worked!

I took my LSAT and ACT on back-to-back weekends, tested out of remedial math (made a 19!) and ended up in a math class that was WAY over my head. Photoreading (and a tutor) to the rescue again and again!  I passed both math classes and the statistics (took one math and statistics in an 18hr semester!) and ultimately graduated with a 3.7 – cum laude.

Law school

Because of my new, super effective study habits, I was able to work, clerk and have an active social life while in law school.  There an amazing amount of reading and sometimes it was very dry.  I breezed through extensive casebook reading painlessly – and made it to the party on time!

The Bar Exam

The Louisiana Bar Exam is 21.5 hours of timed essay questions (typed or handwritten) on 9 topic areas of law.  You have to pass 7 of the 9 sections to pass and must pass 4 of the 5 “code” sections to pass outright.

I had about 6 weeks to study and was also preparing a big photo exhibit that went on display in the World Trade Market in Dallas the week of the bar exam.  Since my “darkroom” was only truly dark at night, I skipped the evening bar prep course and studied the books instead.

“Hardly studied”

While everyone else was studying 10-14 + hours a day, I was studying 3-5.  I also slept and meditated, worked in the darkroom, worked out and walked the dog – every day.

I felt so confident going into the exam, I skipped a code section (didn’t even study it) because the law in the area had just changed and they told us to know both sets of laws.  Forget that!

Thanks to my preparation, my blue books were beautiful!  My answers were clear, concise, and easy to read with no scratch outs or corrections.  Best of all, I passed the bar exam the first time!

Get it NOW!  Thank me later!

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PS – Parents, this is a tool kids can use!  Why not teach them when they are young?  Start them on the “gifted” track early by giving them the tools to excel – this is certainly one of them!