Jim Kwik

What you’ll learn

  1. The big lie we were told about our brains

    Discover why most people only ever use a fraction of their cognitive capacity and how you can unlock the full potential of your brain with 10 simple hacks.

  2. Want to get a competitive edge in your industry?

    Learning this ONE skill will instantly put you ahead of everyone else — especially when most people are drowning in “information overload”.

  3. Rapidly clear your “mental fog” with these ten delicious brain foods

    Automatically enhance your focus, decision-making ability, and clarity of mind.

  4. Prime your brain for optimum performance with the perfect morning routine

    Not only will you double your cognitive ability, but you’ll also feel more positive, energetic and driven to start your day.

  5. Try this unconventional 5-minute brain exercise

    Discover how brushing your teeth will activate the untapped areas of your brain for more cognitive capacity and brain growth.

  6. Ditch the heavily caffeinated, sugar-loaded Starbucks drink for a natural “brain tea”

    Get the same mental boost you get from coffee, without the energy crash afterward.

  7. Do you feel embarrassed when you say, “I forgot…”?

    Learn a powerful memorization technique so you never miss another anniversary or meeting. This even lets you deliver a perfect speech without notes.

And many more hacks and techniques that will unleash the limitless potential of your brain…

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Jim Kwik

Jim Kwik

Memory Expert

Before Jim Kwik was recognized as one of the foremost experts in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning — And a highly sought-out trainer for top organizations like Virgin, Nike, Zappos, NYU, GE, Fox Studios, Harvard, and Singularity University — Jim was known as “the boy with the broken brain.”

At the age of five, Jim suffered a head injury that left him with severe learning challenges, and as a result, he struggled throughout his schooling years. He read considerably slower. He absorbed and understood less. And learning anything new was an uphill battle.

Hoping to compensate for these challenges, Jim double-downed his college efforts to stay on par with his peers. But spending hours in the library single-mindedly focused on his studies came at a cost. He hardly ate. He hardly slept. And in a dangerously weakened state, weighing only 117 pounds, Jim passed out, fell down a flight of stairs, and once again sustained further head injuries.

Jim would wake up in the hospital two full days later.

But during his recovery in the hospital, he had the one epiphany that would change the entire trajectory of his life. It occurred to him that his entire education revolved around being taught what to learn — Math, science, geography, Spanish… — But never once was he taught how to learn.

This single thought became his obsession.

As Jim began to unravel how the human brain works, he dramatically developed strategies to enhance his mental performance. And as he saw more success, he began teaching his newfound techniques to his fellow students, which would later become his life mission. For the last 25+ years, Jim has dedicated his life to helping others unleash their genius and brainpower to learn anything faster and live a life of greater power, productivity, and purpose.

And Jim will show you how in this Masterclass.

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The economic world has changed dramatically in my lifetime. We can always count on change, right?

Fear of rejection is modelled to us from day one. Imagine a different response to rejection and a possible antidote to the fear. Life is difficult and most of us have experienced a humbling dose of rejection by the time we reach age 11, LOL.

I enjoyed this Ted talk and hope you do as well,