Dan Lee Dimke is the author of more than 100 books and audiocassette programs on education, business, accelerated learning and personal mastery.
In 1984, he published one of the first effective treatments for the Common Cold, following medical literature research the previous year in which he personally read every medical journal article printed in the last 25 years on colds in humans, at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Research Library in Dallas. His drug-free ColdArrest(tm) Procedure is now in use in over 40 countries.
Dimke's life illustrates some of the possibilities of unleashed human potential. He became one of the world's youngest lecturing astronomers, at a 6-telescope observatory, at the age of 10, one of the world's youngest hypnotists at the age of 11, and the church organist at the age of 12. At 14, he started his publishing career.
He was able to work his way through a private college by teaching his own system of accelerated learning techniques to fellow students. He was invited to begin teaching in colleges in Washington State as a paid faculty member on four different campuses at the age of 17.
At 20 he developed one of the first rapid reading systems for Oriental Languages during his work in the Far East. Dimke speaks and reads five human languages, four computer languages and slices through information at up to 25,000 words per minute.
Dr. Dimke holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the State of New York, a Master's Degree in Business Administration, and a Ph.D. in Education from Southwest University with specializations in learning enhancement and psycho-linguistics.