Win Wenger, Ph.D., was a pioneer in the fields of creativity and creative method, accelerated learning, brain and mind development, and political economy.
Formerly a college teacher and before then a school teacher, Dr. Wenger became a trainer renowned around the world, and the author of 55 published books, including a breakthrough text of powerful techniques to facilitate scientific discovery and technical invention, Discovering the Obvious.
His main text of education-related and growth techniques was Beyond Teaching and Learning, and his most widely popular work, The Einstein Factor, co-authored with Richard Poe, is available in good bookstores near you. Another great work by Win is How to Increase Your Intelligence. Synopses of his work, and special articles on it, have frequently appeared in Success Magazine.
‘From Image-Streaming on down — Win Wenger has been and is a massively influential character in the world of personal and professional development. His work, usually unattributed, has influenced the whole field of personal development. He’s cool!’Michael Breen
Win Wenger also founded a unique non-profit organization titled Project Renaissance. This organization was dedicated to increasing individuals’ potential and accelerating the dawning of a new Renaissance.
The Project Renaissance website contains major inventions Win has released into the public domain, reviews of his books, descriptions of the creative problem-solving techniques he has developed, up-to-date schedules of events and training courses sponsored by Project Renaissance, and a wealth of other material of interest to those concerned with increasing effective IQ, enhancing creativity and problem-solving, and sharing their ideas with like-minded others.
Win Wenger lived with his wife, Susan — herself the author of The Better Baby Book and of The Port Wine Sea — in Maryland. He taught workshops around the world. Win died in 2021.