West Hartford, CT (PressExposure) October 17, 2012 -- Howard Stephen Berg, the world's fastest reader, will address attendees of the 9th Annual New England Real Estate Investors Conference and Trade Show on Saturday, October 27 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm. Howard is the author of Supersonic Speed Reading and will be speaking on "How To Increase Productivity By 100% Using Brain-Based Learning Strategies."
In an interview in RedBook, Howard taught the readers how to read twice as fast in just a few minutes time. Howard said, "I'm excited to share my learning breakthrough that has allowed individuals as young as eleven to complete college level courses for credit in as little as a single week."
Berg indicates he would focus his presentation on practical strategies the attendees could immediately implement when they returned home. Howard's program will offer techniques for effective knowledge management including how to read faster, improve comprehension, and developing a laser sharp memory for facts and details. "Information doubles every six months, challenging workers to stay on top of essential data, but in just other an hour they will be astounded by how easily they can learn important information in a flash," Berg said with a boyish smile. Berg is also the author of Super Reading Secrets, a Time-Warner book in its 28th reprint, and Speed Reading The Easy Way, a Barrons Book written for students.
Berg in the last year has spoken to associations, organizations, companies, and schools throughout the world, and recent returned from a tour of Australia for Optus, their second largest phone company. You may have seen Howard with Justin Timberlake, and Peyton Manning as the spokesperson for Sony's E-Reader, or on Cavuto completing the 1,500 page health care bill in just 50 minutes, and then doing a complete analysis.
In a recent interview Berg said, "everywhere you look people are struggling to earn a living, and I know that my learning strategies are empowering millions throughout the world with the skills necessary for staying successful in a knowledge-driven economy. Sharing this information at the 2012 New England Real Estate Investors Conference and Trade Show in Connecticut will help me reach many more so they can end their struggle with the information-explosion that most find overwhelming."