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The Way of the Learner System: the Path to Learning Success

Learn anything you want and forget nothing you need with this easy-to-learn, step-by-step system.
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  • 3 Articles
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
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What Will I Learn?
Double your reading speed
Improve comprehension
Memorize with ease and effectiveness.
Organize everything you are learning
Review information at scheduled intervals
Make information meaningful and practical
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  • All you need is a willingness to learn and improve.

We live in an age of information. It is estimated that the collective information in the world doubles every two years and the internet, every 90 days. In today's economy, success no longer belongs to those who work the hardest, but to those who make the best use of available information.

Yet many of us struggle with learning. We can study textbooks for hours only to forget 70% of what we learned within a few days. We spend anywhere between 12 and 20 years of our lives in formal education yet struggle with basic math and grammar.

What if there was a way you could remember anything you want and forget nothing you need?

Hello! I am Benjamin Rosemont, founder of the Way of the Learner, an organization dedicated to equipping students and professionals with transformational learning techniques. As an avid learner, I am driven by the thrill of discovering principles and practices I can use to improve the quality of life for others and for myself.

Think how exciting life would be if in everything you did you acted with knowledge and understanding. Imagine what effect that would have on your education, career, finances, and even your hobbies.

That was my vision. And so, I set out to discover the best ways to go about learning, from the techniques used by the ancient Greeks to the discoveries of modern science and even to the competitions of memory champions. My goal was to distill all those principles and techniques into one comprehensive, easy-to-learn, step-by-step system that anyone could use for any learning endeavor. The result was the Way of the Learner System.

If you are a student, this course will help to improve your grades, reduce your stress, and boost your confidence. It will also help you to get ahead of your studies so that you have more time to do the things you love.

If you are an entrepreneur or professional, this course will help you to acquire the knowledge and skills you need to stand out from the competition and advance your career.

And finally, this course is for anyone who has the audacity to dream and the drive to succeed.

You do not have to be a genius to become a successful learner. The techniques I will teach you in this course are effective because they make use of skills you already possess. You will also not find any tedious memory improvement or speed reading drills, just one comprehensive, step-by-step learning system.

If you are ready to learn these time-tested, scientifically-validated, and competitively-proven learning techniques, then enroll now to gain instant access to this online course!

“As one of the initial testers of the Way of the Learner Comprehensive System, I am so excited to see Ben moving forward with this program! As a lifelong student and accounting/finance professional, I highly recommend this course. I personally tested it in my Master's Level Finance studies through the The College for Financial Planning, and assure you that WOTL students will find themselves more attentive, and able and ready to quickly net down information for absorption and application--a critical life skill.” Benjamin Paulding

“Having tested previous versions, I wish I had this program years ago! Ben has had a long-time passion for learning how to learn, and that is exactly what this course helps with. I remember him talking about this 5 years ago at the start of my bachelors. And now as I get ready to finish my doctorate in natural medicine, I can see how much his enthusiasm has aided my own educational goals and excellence.” Weston Holzinger

Who is the target audience?
  • College and high school students
  • Professionals seeking certification, licensing, or continuing education
  • Entrepreneurs and businessmen
  • Anyone wanting to learn more, better, and faster
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 39 Lectures Collapse All 39 Lectures 02:32:35
Welcome and Introduction
1 Lecture 03:08
The Way of the Learner Memory System
8 Lectures 45:31

Review: How Memory Works
3 questions

Review: the Four Memory Techniques
2 questions

Technique #1: Chunking

Review: Technique #1: Chunking
5 questions

Technique #2: Teaching

Review: Technique #2: Teaching
5 questions

Technique #3: Mnemonics

Review: Technique #3: Mnemonics
7 questions

Five Resources for Generating Mnemonics

Review: Five Resources for Generating Mnemonics
2 questions

Technique #4: Imagination

Review: Technique #4: Imagination
3 questions

Memory System Summary
The Way of the Learner Study System [I am currently revising this section]
5 Lectures 15:31
Study System Introduction

Composing Flashcards, Part 1: Information

Review: Composing Flashcards, Part 1: Information
3 questions

Composing Flashcards, Part 2: Prompt

Review: Composing Flashcards, Part 2: Prompt
6 questions

Composing Flashcards, Part 3: Memorability

Review: Composing Flashcards, Part 3: Memorability
5 questions

Studying Flashcards

Review: Studying Flashcards
11 questions
The Way of the Learner Reading and Note-Taking System
3 Lectures 18:33

No more daydreaming. No more forgetfulness. Learn how to make your reading as engaging and interactive as a conversation.

Read like You're Interviewing an Author

Learning doesn't end when the book is closed. Discover how to use notes to extract information for long-term retention and application.

Transition from Reading to Learning

Discover some simple techniques to boosting your reading speed, while developing a balanced perspective of the importance of speed reading.

Double Your Reading Speed
Bonus Material
22 Lectures 01:10:02
Frequently Asked Questions

The Worst Way to Memorize

The Worst Way to Study a Book

The Best Way to Achieve Excellence

Assessing Mastery

Book Knowledge Versus Practical Knowledge

Conviction or an Open Mind?

How to Have an Open Mind

The Problem with Learning from Successful People

Does Time Make One an Expert?

Three Principles for Dealing with Conflicting Advice

The Myth of Learning Styles

Practice to Perform or to Learn?

3 Steps to Forming Good Habits

5 Principles for Forming Habits

Faith, Reason, and Learning

Focus on Outcomes or Processes?

The Secret to Motivation

Three Components for Planning Your Practice: When to Train and When to Refrain

How to Use Structure to Improve Creativity

How Knowledge Improves Creativity
About the Instructor
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Educational Consultant and Founder of The Way of the Learner

Benjamin’s fascination with learning skills began while he was in high school, when he discovered the benefits of speed reading, memory training, and note-taking. He immersed himself in the field, exploring and experimenting with various techniques and courses.

In college, Benjamin had the opportunity to teach study skills to high school students, preparing them to handle college-level work. He witnessed first-hand the benefits of such training as he observed students accelerating their degrees. One student in particular completed his Bachelor’s degree before his 18th birthday. Benjamin himself managed to accelerate his education, completing his business degree on his 20th birthday without debt, grants, or scholarships.

After college, Benjamin continued to explore learning strategies. Gradually, he realized that although there was a plethora of information and products about learning, there still seemed to be a lack of structure. He could not find one comprehensive, step-by-step learning system and felt that many courses were too long and complicated to be useful for the full-time student or professional.

As an avid learner, Benjamin felt compelled to find solutions and began to experiment with his own learning system, which culminated with the launch of The Way of the Learner, an organization dedicated to equipping students and professionals with transformational learning techniques. Its aim is to find innovative ways to integrate proven learning principles into easy-to-learn, comprehensive systems.

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