Pat Wyman is the founder of HowtoLearn.com, online since 1996, with over 2 million visitors a year.
She is a noted non-fiction freelance writer, ghostwriter and blogger who has written for companies including Microsoft and others.
You and your company will benefit from her ability to connect with your audience, actionable writing style and background that includes writing and marketing several best-selling books as well as The James Patterson Page Turner award.
Pat can write on nearly any topic as she is:
* expert researcher
* understands SEO
* a veteran in both shorter and more intensive, longer non-fiction articles for you
* ebooks, training manuals (based on her expertise in how people learn based on neuroscience)
* create quizzes, actionable website content and more…
In short, she just can’t put the pen down and has a deep passion for writing that gets your message across to your readers!
You and your company will benefit from her additional background and expertise:
Pat has also been a university instructor, is the best-selling author of over 10 books and noted international learning expert.
Pat’s superpowers include a powerful and unique writing style as well as teaching others how to learn, read and remember anything faster.
One of her most popular online training courses, Total Recall Learning: How to Learn Anything 100% Faster has already helped over half a million people succeed in business and in school.
If you want to improve your learning, reading and memory, Pat’s online courses, books, Learning 2.0 and Career 2.0 Brain Advantage Learning Assessments reflect her deep commitment to sharing faster learning strategies so that every learner knows, in advance, that they will be successful in anything they choose to learn.
For over 30 years, Pat has shared that schools tell people what to learn, but left out the most essential part of learning – and that is teaching people ‘how to learn’.
She’s traveled the world teaching people in corporations, schools, teachers and medical schools how to learn faster in order to maximize their potential.
Wyman created and placed the internet’s first Learning Styles Quiz which is currently used by universities, schools and corporations such as Google, Microsoft, Intel and schools and universities throughout the world.
Pat unites learners in a unique way and personalizes learning for them. Her books include two worldwide goodwill books, (one sponsored by Microsoft), which features 101 learning experts from over 30 countries.
Wyman is also the recipient of several awards, including the James Patterson Page Turner Award for her global work to enhance literacy.
She invites you to take the free Learning Styles Quiz to determine how to tap the power of your individual learning style.
When you want expert writing for you and your business, choosing Pat Wyman turns your dreams into reality.
More about Pat Wyman is shared below. Additional writing samples available on request.
Pat Wyman’s Favorite Books
Pat Wyman’s Programs and Books
Total Recall Learning: How to Learn Anything 100% Faster – 10 day online course to cut learning time in half, triple your reading speed and learn how to remember everything you read.
Pat’s Favorite Quotes
Be ashamed to die before you have won some victory for humanity. Horace Mann
There are two ways to live your life; one as if nothing is a miracle, and the other as if everything is a miracle. Albert Einstein
More about Pat Wyman…
Pat is the mom of two – her daughter is a Neonatologist – a physician who helps treat and save the lives of sick infants; her son works for Child and Protective Services, is a musician and a screenwriter
She loves golden retrievers and can be often found watching her favorite team – The San Francisco Giants!
More than 20 years ago she was diagnosed with a pituitary brain tumor (non-cancerous) and instead of the surgery that was recommended, she opted for more gratitude in her life. A year later, her tumor was gone! In order to help others develop more gratitude in their lives she wrote The One-Minute Gratitude Journal: For the Moments That Matter.