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Maximum Speed Learning

By the 'World's Fastest Reader'
Narrated by: Howard Berg
Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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In Maximum Speed Learning, the world's fastest reader will introduce you to the newest scientific breakthroughs in the exciting world of brain-based learning. You'll learn the skills to tackle material in a wide variety of subject areas to absorb written, verbal, and sensory information at an exceptionally high level, including how to...

  • Dazzle your boss, your co-workers, and everyone you encounter with clear and powerful communications.
  • Uncover the layers of knowledge and depths of intelligence you already possess but simply haven't discovered how to activate.
  • Overcome writer's block and blast through creative ruts, using simple, sure-fire techniques.
  • Access new levels of information others miss by learning how to pick up on and correctly interpret the critical "vibes" of the people around you.
  • Quickly solve problems and answer questions that leave most people scratching their heads.
  • And more!

Howard Berg's Maximum Speed Learning makes learning the pleasure it was meant to be. By using the strategies contained in this program, you will be able to make any information easier to understand by adapting it to your own personal learning style.

©2003 Howard Berg (P)2003 Nightingale Conant

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  • Gambit
  • London, England
  • 10-24-17

Good book however

The hand drills are not useful: just confuse you and don't really help to 'train the brain' to read faster. I would skip the hand drills

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  • Ryan
  • 06-16-15

Very poor, just get quantum memory instead

Poor book, nothing speedy or memorable about it other than the done a million times "emotional/location/pinning memory" which is done better in the book quantum memory. I was very disappointed by the content of this book I expected some useful techniques for learning not just how to remember a list of 10 obscure items. Plus the narrator sounds like professor frink from the Simpsons which makes listening painful.