Audio Titles

  • Mentoring is vital for education. Good mentors lead to good education, and great mentors to great education.

    This class is a practical, hands-on course on how to be a great mentor.

    A 7-week course taught by Oliver DeMille

    This course is recommended for more advanced teachers and mentors, and parents of youth, who have a basic foundation in the principles and practices of Leadership Education. *Updated in 2019 with additional, critical content to qualify you as a TJEd High Tutor.* You know you’ve been wishing for something like this! We heard you.
  • How to Be a Great Homeschool Dad 

    presented by Oliver DeMille

    Every Dad and Grandpa Will Greatly Benefit From This Powerful Bundle!

    DeMille-Dads who read to their kidsExpand the vision, scope and application of Leadership Education in your home and in your mission, with this groundbreaking seminar (with amazing extras included!). This workshop bundle is appropriate for potential, seasoned and new homeschoolers, and everyone in between--as well as those educating in TJEd and all learning styles and environments. This product bundle includes:
    • 4 downloadable Audio Workshop Sessions from our Seminar, "How To Be a Great Homeschool Dad" to listen to over and over
    • 2 downloads (mp3 audio book and PDF eBook) of TJEd for Dads: What's So Great About the Classics?, by Oliver DeMille 
    • Bonus mp3 audio on "Goal-Getters and the Path of Success" by Oliver DeMille
    • (plus several unadvertised bonuses)
    See below for more information.
  • Legitimate Answers for Freedom Lovers Who Think Outside the Box

    Despite the best efforts of dedicated citizens, the freedom movement has been losing for ten decades. Why is this, and how can we reverse this trend? In this 53-minute recorded speech, Oliver DeMille provides surprising answers that challenge and stretch your thinking. Freedom lovers are losing, says DeMille, because they’ve been trained to think sensus solum. This type of thinking stifles creativity, inhibits innovation, creates cultural rigidity, and fails to sway the thinking populace. In order to conquer this ingrained challenge and win the battle for freedom, three things must occur:
    1. Widespread Sensus Plenior
    2. Successful Innovators Building Effective Mini-Factories
    3. Statesmen & Stateswomen
    Unless we can accomplish these goals, freedom will be lost for future generations. Absorb this speech to learn what these mean and how you can contribute to the solutions.

    Sensus Plenior

    Sensus plenior, a Latin term, is the thought patterns and language of poetry, symbol, and celebrity. Lower classes in America have been taught sensus solum, while upper classes have been taught sensus plenior. This has created a de facto aristocracy. For freedom to win, America needs about 30 percent of the population to think in terms of sensus plenior.

    Mini-Factory Owners

    As Oliver DeMille has written here and in The Coming Aristocracy:
    “A mini-factory is anything someone does alone or with partners or a team, that accomplishes what has historically been done en masse or by big institutions. “Entrepreneurship, alternative education, the downshifter movement, environmental groups, alternative health, the growth of spirituality, community architecture, the explosion of network marketing, home doctor visits, the rebirth of active fathering, and so many other trends are mini-factories.”
    Mini-factory owners — innovators, entrepreneurs — think differently than other segments of the population. They believe in freedom. They build things worth fighting for. America needs at least 3 percent of the population to build successful mini-factories in order to revive, protect, and spread freedom.

    Statesmen & Stateswomen

    Statesmen have 1) a broad and deep understanding of governmental, societal, and familial forms that deepen and perpetuate freedom, and 2) the social capital and influence to implement those forms. They possess the highest levels of education based upon a specific methodology. With a deep understanding of history, they see into the future, then create and implement forms in the present.
  • This audio discusses how to transition from Scholar to Depth Phase, and how to use that critical "Bridge" to fill in the gaps that inevitably occur during childhood and youth, so that the young adult is prepared to take on higher education, private mentoring, career and adult responsibilities, while pursuing a Depth Phase education that helps them achieve their personal mission.
  • 35 Reasons the Classics are the Best Curriculum for Education, Career, Finances, Family, and Life

  • Oliver DeMille draws from intensive study of the Founding generation to identify five defining ideals of Americanism. Presented before a live audience. Run Time: Approximately 1 hour
  • Core Phase is active throughout our lives and in all we do. This warm and inspiring workshop encourages families and educators to likewise allow Mission Phase to be an animating force in our education and activities.
  • What is the core unit of society? Is it the corporation? The Individual? The Family?
    A clear vision of the principles of TJEd and the lessons of Depth Phase enables us to push on through the challenging process of leadership education.  We can articulate what we already feel. Includes discussion of the Phases, Allegiance, the 7 Lessons of Depth Phase, and how to prepare ourselves and our children to be the Leaders they were born to be.
  • Contents:

    1. Toffler’s Cycle
    2. The Nomadic Age
    3. The Agrarian Age
    4. The Industrial Age
    5. Toffler’s Prediction
    6. The Decentralization of Education
    7. The Kondratieff Cycle
    8. The Fourth Turning
    9. A Prediction
    10. The Need for Statesmen
    11. The Tytler Cycle
    12. Will Technology Affect the Cycles?
  • Overview

    This mp3 download will help you develop and expand your vision of how the TJEd model can work in your home. Oliver and Rachel’s spontaneous, candid, intimate, touching, humorous and profound commentary on Leadership Education in the home includes:
    • Daily and Weekly Scheduling
    • Organizing Space in your home to support Leadership Education
    • What to simplify and what to beef up
    • What to say “No” to, and when to say “Yes”
    • Music and other lessons and how to best integrate them

    Highlights include:

    • Which books work best for what ages
    • Organizing a big family with students at different ages and Phases
    • Separating discipline from academics
    • Using outside activities without letting them take over
    • Tips for making mornings work
    This unique recording is informal, intimate and interactive, as Rachel and Oliver share from the heart and dialog about how TJEd works in the home. While the content in this seminar is based on information published in The Phases of Learning, these excerpts were specifically chosen for audio distribution because they are not available elsewhere in any format; this is a deeper and more detailed presentation with personal anecdotes and insights from one of the most successful and enduring TJEd seminars ever presented. Please note that the complete list of 55 ingredients is included, with explanations and ideas for implementation, in the book, The Phases of Learning.
  • Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-first Century Is American education preparing the future leaders our nation needs or merely struggling to teach basic literacy and job skills? Without leadership education, are we settling for an inadequate system that delivers educational, industrial, governmental, and societal mediocrity? In A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-first Century, New York Times Best-selling Author Oliver DeMille presents an overview of a new educational vision based on proven methods that really work! Teachers, students, parents, educators, legislators, leaders, and everyone who cares about America’s future must read this compelling book. Note: This volume is a philosophical overview, and not a step-by-step guide for implementation of the Leadership Education model. For additional help on application, see The Phases of Learning and Hero Education.