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Publisher's Summary

Learn speed reading with Howard Berg - at maximum speed!
Let Howard Berg's Maximum Speed Reading teach you to absorb all of the material you need to read with unbelievable speed, comprehension, and recall!
Are you overwhelmed by the amount of written material you're faced with each day? Do you find you spend most of your day slogging through the memos, reports, articles, books, and websites that are critical to your success, but that drain away your time and energy? Speed Reading could be the answer!
Maximum Speed Reading is an incredible new program that will help you to read and comprehend massive amounts of written information - in any subject area - with unbelievable speed and remarkable retention and recall.
Created by Howard Berg, the world's fastest reader, Maximum Speed Reading includes revolutionary tools and techniques based on cutting-edge accelerated learning research. This power-packed program will teach you how to...


Boost your reading speed to unimagined levels in just a few hours.
Discover the little-known hand motions that will rapidly increase your reading rate.
Create a positive, optimal reading state no matter where you are.
Use a powerful "skimming" technique to immediately determine if something is worth reading.
Make the time you spend reading 100% more effective.
Comprehend the complex layers of meaning in written material without working harder or reading more.
Identify the secret clues and critical information hidden in the table of contents.
Experience dramatic improvements in your reading speed and comprehension by adding a certain kind of music to your routine.
And more!

©2003 Howard Berg (P)2003 Nightingale Conant
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By Salena on 12-12-16

Workbook and Video is included

Would you consider the audio edition of Maximum Speed Reading to be better than the print version?

I was hesitant to purchase when I saw that the workbook or video that the author spoke about was not included.<br/><br/>If you look below the bullet points you will see the following text which will send you to a download for the workbook and a link to the Nightingale site that will send you to the video.<br/><br/>Download the accompanying reference guide.<br/>PLEASE NOTE: This title has supplemental material associated with it. To access this material, please visit Nightingale-Supplements.

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By tmg88 on 10-11-15

I wish I had listened to this years ago

Would you listen to Maximum Speed Reading again? Why?

This audio book contains a lot of good information about reading and learning.

Any additional comments?

My reading speed was 270 WPM when I first started and by the time I was halfway through, my reading speed was 640. I was wary of the claims of this audio book before, but I am very happy that my time and efforts have paid off. If you are a native English speaker and you want to learn how to read faster and retain more of what you read, this is a great book for you.

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By UKAudible on 01-29-15

Until now, some of you are still just wrapping up

Would you try another book written by Howard Berg or narrated by Howard Berg?

Until now, some of you are still just wrapping up the contacts as it is without sending out a follow up email. W

Who was your favorite character and why?

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Did Howard Berg do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?

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If this book were a film would you go see it?

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Any additional comments?

Until now, some of you are still just wrapping up the contacts as it is without sending out a follow up email. W

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