Raphael Benton

name http://speedreadinguniversity.com/
Howard is a graduate of S.U.N.Y., Binghamton where he majored in biology and math. As part of his studies in what is now known as psycho-biology, Berg completed the four-year Binghamton psychology program in record time. He completed the full four-year program in just one year! He continued his graduate studies at several New York City colleges focusing on the psychology of reading.

Howard has experienced a diverse range of careers. He began as a science teacher in New York City, and later was a corporate officer for the Ampak Electrical Construction Corporation where his duties required him to manage a $6,000,000 a year operation.

Howard has created more than 14 additional accelerated learning programs including speed math, and memory. Including Berg’s Time-Warner book, “Super Reading Secrets,” is in its 28th reprint, and Barron’s books requested him to write a text for students. Howard’s Nightingale-Conant program, “Mega Speed Reading,” sold over 650,000 copies and established him as a leader in brain-based learning. Howard continues to develop and teach his programs throughout North America and countries around the world.

He is mentioned in a number of books as a leading expert on brain based learning, and has been honored by over 9 books that track outstanding professional performance including, “Who’s Who Among Emerging Leaders, and 2,000 Notable American Men”.

Howard has appeared on over 1,000 radio and television programs including Your World with Neil Cavuto, Jon Stewart, On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, Live With Regis, and Good Day New York. His brain-based learning strategy has been hailed as a major breakthrough in publications like Selling, Men’s Health, Red Book, and Bottom Line Magazine, and have been featured in dozens of newspaper interviews throughout North America.

The Secret of Reading Plus

05th October 2010
Do you remember when your teacher or professor told you that studying meant reading through your book and your class notes? Guess what? Your teacher was wrong. Reading through is not understanding. Surprised? Really don't be. In reality, the reason severa... Read >