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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71: How to be Unforgettable with Jordan Harbinger
A social dynamics expert and podcast host, today’s guest Jordan Harbinger has years of experience coaching clients to navigate interpersonal relationships and build on their connections. The way we communicate with others on a daily basis contributes over time not just to our personal brand, but the circles of connections we have. Small, thoughtful messages sent daily can completely change the shape of your networks and build relationships with everyone from distant acquaintances to close family — before you even need to rely on them.  In today’s world many of us have learnt to engage solely on social media — think lazily clicking a heart to respond to news from a friend along with hundreds of others rather than picking up the phone to congratulate them — and we are missing out on all the benefits that come with properly nurturing our connections and relationships.  In today’s conversation, we’re going to talk about the best ways to nurture better relationships and ensure you are unforgettable to other people. We’ll give you some practical tips on sending thoughtful messages to others. We’ll leave you with some ideas for re-engaging with your contacts, quickly generating rapport in social situations, and becoming a better listener.  ** 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. **
70: Amplify Your Effectiveness with Ari Meisel
This week’s podcast is all about the best productivity tools— and we welcome back special guest Ari Meisel!  Modern life is so busy that we all feel like we’re constantly hustling yet still falling behind. We all want more resources and advantage. And we especially want to know the secrets of how to use our minds better to become more productive.  A productivity expert, CEO and best-selling author who has built his career on teaching others how to work smarter—not harder—today’s guest Ari Meisel is here to tell us how we can all learn to be more effective in our daily lives and free up time for the more important things in life.  So many of us have been taught that being productive is all-important, but the truth is that we should be thinking about how we can be more effective—that is, learning how to do more with the resources we already have, rather than burning out trying to produce more. Innovation never comes from having too many resources—it comes from restricting your resources, thinking innovatively about effectiveness and asking yourself: what’s a better way to do this?  In this conversation we talk about the best productivity tools to amplify your effectiveness and save you precious time—we’ve included links in our show notes to the various tools Ari mentions. We talk about the essential steps to becoming more effective—managing your communication, project management, and processes to streamline your operations and increase your productivity.  ** 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.
69: Activating Your Second Brain with Naveen Jain
This week’s podcast is all about activating your second brain— and we welcome back special guest Naveen Jain!  Just how important is our second brain—our gut? How much does our gut influence our mind? How important is our gut to our health? Why are we spending trillions on healthcare only for many of us to get sicker? Are our genes our destiny?  An international leader in industry disruption and founder of groundbreaking companies such as Viome and Moon Express, today’s guest Naveen Jain has built his career on thinking big, with years of experience applying exponential thinking to a variety of industries, including the healthcare industry.  Our gut is one of the most crucial determinants of our health. If something goes wrong in the gut, it can affect our thinking, decision-making, and risk of disease. Modern living and new chemicals are penetrating our gut lining, meaning that our body is dealing with foreign bodies never before seen—and this is resulting in heightened rates of inflammation and illness despite our ever-rising rates of investment in healthcare.  In today’s conversation, we talk about why you should trust your gut, explain how much control our gut has over our bodies, and explain why genes are not our destiny. We’ll cover the diseases chronic inflammation has been linked with—think everything from Alzheimer's to depression—and leave you with some ideas to increase your knowledge of your health.  Learn more about Naveen’s company Viome: https://www.viome.com/kwik * Please note, this episode is educational only and not intended to diagnose or treat medical conditions. Please consult your healthcare provider if you have any questions or concerns. ** 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.
68: Productivity VS. Effectiveness with Ari Meisel
Modern life is so busy that we all feel like we’re continually hustling yet still falling behind. We all want more resources and advantage, especially to know the secrets of how to use our minds better to become more productive. A productivity expert, CEO and best-selling author who has built his career on teaching others how to work smarter—not harder—today’s guest Ari Meisel is here to tell us how we can all learn to be more effective in our daily lives and free up time for the more important things in life. So many of us have been taught that being productive is all-important, but the truth is that we should be thinking about how we can be more effective—that is, learning how to do more with the resources we already have, rather than burning out trying to produce more. Innovation never comes from having too many resources—it comes from restricting your resources, thinking innovatively about effectiveness and asking yourself: what’s a better way to do this? In today’s conversation, we talk about the difference between productivity and effectiveness, why the brain works better with constraints in place, why you should outsource your brain, and why you should take a hard look at how you are spending your time and money. If you love this episode, watch out for our upcoming second episode with Ari, where we’ll discuss the technology he uses to maintain his incredible levels of productivity.  ** 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.
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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Comments (79)

Raj Vihari Kongara

a holistic, comprehensive and supplementing brain fitness ecosystem is how I would like to rate this podcast :D

Sep 21st
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Sara Wylie

I did not want this one to end! Dr. Stephanie you have a brand new fan & follower! Thank you Jim for having some of the most amazing people on your podcast! Sara Wylie, MS,CCC-SLP/L

Sep 20th
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Zeniya Ikpah

✍🏾😇

Sep 20th
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abhishek bhosale

Great way start somewher is good

Sep 14th
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Notey Akpotive

The biggest thing that stood out for me was motivation and observation when improving your brain. Understand the why you need to remember something or someone and give them your undivided attention

Sep 13th
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RICARDO GOMEZ

I like how the podcasts are under 20 minutes. Great useful information. Thank you for the teachings

Sep 11th
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Veronica Siller

love this

Sep 11th
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Keith Peters

Would you be able to do a episode on how to build consistency. I'm not sure if I'm speaking for everyone or even just myself but I feel we can learn and use all of these wonderful tools you have to teach and share with us. but I believe all listeners would be most productive and happy of we used these with consistency. thanks for reading!

Sep 9th
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Rickita Ellis

I stumbled upon this podcast, however I absolutely love it. I will be telling all of my friends about it. Thank you Jim

Sep 8th
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Gladys Moriarty

Love it!

Sep 3rd
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Julian Borrowdale

Benjamin Franklin was fond of standing desks, and you can see one that Jefferson used at Monticello, so maybe Hemingway independently reinvented it or improved it, but this is an example of how you should not automatically assume anything an expert in one field says about another field, or even their own. And Fitzgerald wrote while drunk...but I believe that was eventually his state most of the time.

Aug 30th
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Sara Wylie

Favorite podcast ever. Sara Wylie, MS, CCC-SLP/L

Aug 29th
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Hector M. Hernandez

take away nugget : "constrains produce innovation"

Aug 19th
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Alvin John Cariño

Thank you for this amazing podcast Jim Kwik!

Aug 18th
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Tony Zac

agree with Shreen

Aug 14th
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JJ Todilinus

Huh here I thought this was a legit show, meanwhile it's an infomercial. THIS IS AN INFOMERCIAL SELLING PSEUDO SCIENCE.

Aug 13th
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JJ Todilinus

Huh here I thought this was a legit show, meanwhile it's an infomercial. THIS IS AN INFOMERCIAL SELLING PSEUDO SCIENCE.

Aug 13th
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Johan Kleynhans

Going to be fun!

Aug 8th
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shreenidhi ds

too many disturbances.. is it just me?

Aug 3rd
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Suman Nath

love your words.

Jul 26th
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