Howard Stephen Berg is recognized as the world’s fastest reader thanks to the cutting-edge accelerated learning techniques he developed. These learning techniques have been proven over decades to turn information overload into information assets. Respected internationally for his contribution to the learning process, he has the unique distinction of being listed in the 1990 Guinness Book of World Records for reading at more than 25,000 words per minute and writing more than 100 words a minute.
He is a graduate of S.U.N.Y Binghamton. Using his brain-based learning strategies, this biology major completed a four-year psychology degree program in one year. His graduate studies at several New York City colleges focused on the psychology of reading. He also has created more than 14 other accelerated learning programs including speed math and memory.
He is mentioned in a number of books as a leading expert on brain based learning and has been honored in more than 9 books that track outstanding professional performance including Who’s Who Among Emerging Leaders and 2,000 Notable American Men, Red Book, Bottom Line, Forbe’s FYI, and Selling. His book, Speed Reading the Easy Way, is now in its 28th reprint. The book continues to be a valued resource to individuals looking to handle the overwhelming glut of information coming their way each day.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Power Hour Live Broadcast