DiscoverKwik Brain: Memory Improvement | Accelerated Learning | Speed-Reading | Brain Hacks | Productivity Tips | High Performance
Kwik Brain: Memory Improvement | Accelerated Learning | Speed-Reading | Brain Hacks | Productivity Tips | High Performance

Kwik Brain: Memory Improvement | Accelerated Learning | Speed-Reading | Brain Hacks | Productivity Tips | High Performance

Author: Jim Kwik, Your Brain Coach, Founder www.KwikLearning.com

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Kwik Brain is a fun, fast-paced show designed to help busy people learn and achieve anything in a fraction of the time! Your coach, Jim Kwik (his real name), is the brain & memory trainer to elite mental performers, including many of the world’s leading CEO’s and celebrities. In this easy to digest bite-sized podcast, you will discover Kwik’s favorite shortcuts to read faster, remember more, and ‘supercharge’ your greatest wealth-building asset: your brain. Whether you’re a student, senior, entrepreneur or educator, you will get the edge with these simple actionable tools to sharpen your mind, enhance your focus, and fast-track your fullest potential. Get show notes, Jim’s latest brain-training, and submit your questions in our private community (free) at: www.KwikBrain.com

Jim Kwik is the founder of KwikLearning.com, a widely recognized world leader in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning with students in over 150 countries.

After a childhood brain injury left him learning-challenged, Kwik created strategies to dramatically enhance his mental performance. He has since dedicated his life to helping others unleash their true genius and brainpower to learn anything faster and live a life of greater power, productivity, and purpose.
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66: When To Eat For Optimal Brain Function with Max Lugavere
In previous episodes, we’ve talked about brain superfoods and what we should be eating to power a healthier, happier brain. Today’s show takes the conversation a step further as we talk about when we should be eating, and how fasting can impact our longevity and brain health.    A common question from the Kwik Brain community has been how we can improve our brain functionality through nutrition and diet. A respected health and science journalist and author of a best-selling book on diet and brain health, today’s guest Max Lugavere has years of health and diet research experience to give you the best advice on improving your brain function through nutrition.    The food we eat matters to our grey matter. When and what we eat can affect our memory, our thinking, our lifespan and our happiness. In today’s world, many of us are chronically eating, which is creating ongoing impacts and stresses on our bodies and brains — this makes sense if you consider we evolved as hunter-gatherers, eating only when we were able to find adequate food.   In today’s conversation we talk about some key nutrients for healthy brain cells, cover Max’s list of top genius foods you should be eating on a daily basis, provide a framework to guide when you eat and explain the effect of fasting on your mental state and metabolism. We’ll explain what current research is saying about fasting, and how you can improve your health through connectedness.    *Do you want to stay up to date with every new episode and get my brand new Kwik Brain Accelerator Program? Go to www.KwikBrain.com/podcast to get instant access.
65: Movements that Boost Brain Performance with Aaron Alexander
In today’s episode we’ll be addressing the much-talked-about mind/body connection and exploring how optimizing our body function, posture and movements can affect our minds and improve our brain power. An accomplished manual therapist and movement coach, today’s guest Aaron Alexander has over a decade of experience coaching clients from Olympic athletes to Hollywood actors to improve their health and streamline their daily movements.  The way we move has lasting impacts on our health and longevity. Our posture and daily movements affect our thinking, our happiness, and our general health. In today’s world many of us have learnt to separate our bodies and brains and sacrifice our physical health for the sake of convenience — think taking the elevator instead of the stairs, or jumping in the car for a trip of a couple of blocks — and this is resulting in heightened rates of physical illness and depression despite our ever-rising rates of affluence.  In today’s conversation, we talk about the best ways to sit for a healthier body, explain the brain-body connection, and discuss the effect of posture on your mental state. We’ll give you some practical tips to turn your everyday tasks into the body and brain-boosting missions and ideas for best breathing practices. We’ll leave you with some helpful thoughts on how changing the way you move can reduce health risks and some quick tips for boosting your general health!  *Do you want to stay up to date with every new episode and get my brand new Kwik Brain Accelerator Program? Go to www.KwikBrain.com/podcast to get instant access.
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gabriela sanchez

i had a head trauma as a Child (age 5-6) i was hit by a car as i was crossing the street. my ear fell off. Luckly surgeons were able to put it back on. Now that time has past (age 44). i have horrible tinnitus, memory issues and have had depression for years at a time. my neck is curved towards front. My doctors try to help. stress of driving is too much for my body, i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. pain is a constant in my body. along with migraines. my main concern is my mind. i am no longer earning, learning is extremely difficult and i have become a hermit at home. i need help. have tried almost everything, but i know there's something for me.

Jul 20th
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luffy

F- forget A- active S- state T- teach

Jul 9th
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Julia Panchkowry

Boundaries

Jun 28th
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Julia Panchkowry

Boundaries

Jun 28th
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Harsh Gandhi

really helpful Jim

Jun 26th
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Harsh Gandhi

keep a schedule, exercise, take breaks and no caffeine after 2 Pm! some really good tips.

Jun 25th
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Hector M. Hernandez

"information +emotion = long term memory" nice tip!

Jun 15th
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Samo Lantigua

awesome talk really do appreciate it. having a father with Alzheimer's push me to start eating better I'm listening to this I'm more enthusiastic about doing so thank you.

Jun 12th
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Hamza Haseeb

Very insightful! I am launching a icebreaker questions game called Ego Cognito. It's quite amazing for asking deeper questions

Jun 11th
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Levie Balaan

I've learned how to learn effectively by applying "FAST" in my studying. Because of that, I am now able to fully understand and retain informartions I'm interested in. thanks so much Jim

Jun 5th
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Hector M. Hernandez

kicking gluten, dairy and sugar? wow! I'm interested in doing this!

Jun 3rd
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Julian Borrowdale

There have been inconclusive studies on the effects of EMFs, so that much is true. I'm not running out to buy a Faraday cage. My tinfoil hat provides ample protection from the neighbors, who keep beaming microwaves at my house because my dog keeps befouling their lawn.

May 26th
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Julian Borrowdale

Is Dr. Joseph Mercola insane?  No, I don't think so.  That would at least excuse his stance against immunization.  Of course the Dr. who did the study that purportedly proved vaccines caused autism had his medical license yanked and the study was shown to be fraudulent (shame on you Oprah for contributing to the resurgence of whooping cough).  with all that quintillion-fold increase in radiation, I wonder why he was selling tanning beds to slash one's risk of cancer until the FTC stopped him and convinced him to settle...for 5.3 million.  Oh, he's making a lot of money.  Lots of money, especially since his appearances on Dr. Oz, who knows how to avoid the law or fails to screen his guests.  I'm guessing the former.  This is no reflection on Jim's show besides the aforementioned latter.

May 26th
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Danielle Wilburn

avacados, blueberries, broccoli, coconut oil, eggs, green leafy food, salmon, tumeric, walnuts, dark chocolate. i got it or and i thought it was really helpful to learn someone's name and either relate it to something that helps us remember it or repeat it once its given and use it a couple times in the conversation. I have problems remembering peoples names when hearing the first time so this is going to be really helpful. thank you. be sauve believe say ask use visualize end with their name.

May 23rd
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j.

1-3 not such a good time to read

May 21st
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j.

j. great sleep at night.

May 21st
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richard tejada

thank you Tara love your story overcoming adversity

May 17th
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Julian Borrowdale

Let's not forget that the basic research is often done by academic institutions funded by governments. I can't think of a relevant example for our guest...oh, yeah, the moon landings. Everythimg else he says is spot-on, except the "belief in scarcity" concept. I think it's belief in the permanence of scarcity. A very forward-thinking entrepeneur. Okay, but healthcare is about the money. My asthma became chronic and severe due to inflamation caused by my spare tire. Spare tire gone, asthma gone. But get rid of all your heath problems magically with diet? Now that's the entrepeneur in him shining!

May 17th
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Falak Sher

I love your training. You told the ways which i never knew and it is one of them. Thank you sir.

Apr 29th
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Kat Contreras

my bad... redemption

Apr 24th
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Phoebe Tang

Incredible sharin! As a teen, I feel that the 5-10minutes break I take in between work sessions usually grow to 30min or an hour. Then more time is taken to get back into the work flow. During the afternoons, I usually don't get back to my work at all. This message really opened my eyes to what flow is really about and how to achieve it. thxx

Apr 24th
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