"I was one of Jan's first clients when I took the Mem-ExSpan course in 1983. The Mem-ExSpan High Performance Thinking training was a significant factor in equipping me to launch a computer software company in Irving, Texas. I now have over one hundred employees, primarily engineers, engaged in developing custom business software applications for Fortune 200 Companies. The benefits accrue exponentially with time. In other words, you build upon the new skills, over and over to new heights. I would like my wife, son, and employees to have this program when it is developed on e-Learning."
J. D. Hicks
Chief Technical Officer
Virtual Solutions, Inc.
"I eagerly endorse the concept of The Bridge To Achievement program which integrates many educational models into a total learning plan for schools. The academic achievement results that were generated from these implementations necessitate further applications in additional populations. It should be disseminated widely to benefit many students and school districts."
John R. Driskill, CLU, ChFC
Executive Vice President, (ret.)
American Society of CLU and ChFC
Bryn Mawr, PA
"Jan Erland has been a longtime contributor to the movement in US education
to accelerate the learning process. She has done outstanding individual
research on learning methodologies and has several of this groundbreaking
work published in a peer-reviewed journal, The Journal of Accelerated
learning and Teaching. She continues to make substantial and meaningful contributions
to educational research.
Nancy Omaha Boy, Ph.D.
Associate Dean and Director,
Teaching Excellence Center
"As an educational psychologist, co-founder
of "The International Alliance of Accelerated Learning and Teaching"
and former Senior Editor of The Journal for Accelerative Learning
and Teaching, The Bridge To Achievement is an excellent
plan for teachers to use in making a considerable improvement in the
teaching of classroom subjects, especially reading and mathematics."
Donald H. Schuster, Ph.D.
Iowa State University
"Being actively engaged in managing people and the affairs of the company, I can appreciate
the ability to organize, recall, write and communicate effectively . . . Mem-ExSpan's High
Performance Thinking Training does an outstanding job of expanding these abilities,
should be programmed for every business man, and receives my unqualified endorsement."
Kansas City, Missouri
"I discovered during the Mem-ExSpan course that I had not been able to recognize the
deterioration of my strongest thinking traits that had crept in over the years, not to to mention the ones
I had attempted to compensate for . . . As a former educator, I feel that your program in one of the most
significant developments in this half century."
Michael T. Baird
M. J. Davis Financial Group
Vero Beach, Florida
After taking your Mem-ExSpan course, I have more confidence in my ability to remember
what I see and hear. This puts me at an advantage one can't put a price on. I certainly
wish I had taken your Mem-ExSpan training sooner."
Greentree Acceptance, Inc.
San Antonio, Texas
I was a single parent, burdened with many problems. I was receiving public assistance and had
no career focus. The training changed my whole perspective and attitude. Now I am working
on a BA in Child Development at the University of Kansas, and starting a small business. It
is great to be self-supporting and have a bright future at last!"
Julia Allen Treul
The University of Kansas
"Our daughter took the intensive Mem-ExSpan course twice when she was thirteen
and fifteen. Having been in the Learning Disabilities program at school,
we had looked everywhere for additional help. The Mem-ExSpan program
changed her thinking level abilities to where she could enter college,
receive B's, and graduate. She is now a home-bound teacher and consultant
for a major public school district in the Midwest."
Mrs. Ted Nissen
Kansas City, Missouri
"In 1988, I commuted 110 miles daily, and worked as a Bulk Mail Handler in Kansas City, Kansas US Postal Center. I unloaded mail bags from trucks and tossed 500 mail bags daily to conveyers. As a mature woman in my 50s, this was strenuous work, and my fellow postal handlers often kidded me, calling me "Super Woman". I was eager to change to an inside postal position, but this required that I pass the US Postal examination. To process numbers and addresses quickly, I took Mem-ExSpan training and practiced the drills rigorously. Passing the test, I soon became a Distribution Clerk at the Lawrence downtown post office, so I did not have to commute any longer. This required me to sort letters rapidly by zip code and address. I have now had this position for thirteen years, receiving continual promotions and pay increases in an air conditioned environment. The Mem-ExSpan training developed my mental sharpness for written detail."
US Post Office