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Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

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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104: How to Light Up Your Brain with Wes Pfiffner
Our bodies absorb light and use it as fuel for our bodies, but few of us have been taught about how to harness the power of light to boost our health and happiness.  Our natural environment deeply affects our bodies—our circadian rhythms are affected by sunlight and increasingly, negatively affected by the blue light so many of us spend hours looking at in the form of laptops and phones. This is problematic because of circadian rhythms regulate our body—telling us when to eat, sleep and produce hormones. We’ve talked a lot on the Kwik Brain podcast about the power of sleep for our brains, so this is an important issue to be aware of if we want to get the most out of our minds! The Joovv red light therapy device is something I use on a daily basis to ensure I jump start my circadian rhythms and get enough light each day. Today’s guest, Wes Pfiffner, is one of the directors of the company, and he’s here to tell us how impactful red light therapy can be for our bodies and brains. In this episode, we explain the benefits of light therapy, why being conscious of our circadian rhythms is so important, and why we need to watch our usage of blue light. To finish, Wes will give you some quick and simple to harness the power of light in your everyday life. ** 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 (137)

Ayax Torkes

hey hello

Apr 19th
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Michael Brandon Falk

Wow! This is one of my favorites so far!

Apr 19th
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mahesh babu

622503514624-2017

Apr 17th
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Caleb Beng Keat

Hm it's not true.... My bday is 19 May, I took 19 + 0 (May is 0) and divide by 7 is 5. It should be Friday but I'm born on a Wednesday

Apr 17th
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Sara Emmins

Caleb Beng Keat I'm not sure how you get 19/7=5...I don't think that's how maths works...

Apr 19th
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Caleb Beng Keat

Caleb Beng Keat So I figured out this podcast is done in 2016. So if you want to calculate, you have to +1 for each years passed (it's 2019 now)

Apr 17th
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Caleb Beng Keat

To get into the 'flow' - total absorption of learning. 4 brain hacks to 'get into the flow' 1. Focus When life is on the line, it's easier to focus. If you believe. Massively impt to you, believe fully in it as if your life is on the line. 2. Also, challenge yourself with something slightly harder. 3. Specific measurable goal. I want to achieve world peace won't work. If you say I want to write 4 pages of book about world peace, then that will work. 4. Flow is 4 states. Struggle. Overwhelm yourself with information. You will feel frustration, but don't attach yourself to the frustration. Relax, release completely. This is your tip top state and your flow comes. Recovery period. After flow state, you're gonna crash. Don't get hung up on this. Again, struggle. 5. People who are massively successful throw themselves out there This is all I recorded as quickly as I can :)

Apr 12th
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Caleb Beng Keat

4 things to stop. 1. Stop multi tasking. Everytime you switch task, you need some time to switch 2. Put your phone away. Use focus me 3. Stop cramming Many people cram their studies without taking breaks. Which is not good. Primacy and Recency rule applies. You only rmb what's in front and behind only. 4. Acting against your own judgment. If you want to do A? Do B instead. Start this 4 things. 1. Practice active recall. Diff recognition vs recollection 2. Space intervals. 3. Sense of smell Environment anchor what you're learning. 4. Listen to music. Classical music that's 60bpm can accelerate parts of brain use. 5. Sharpen your saw.

Apr 12th
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CR Footy

Dr. Stephanie has just attempted to do the impossible.

Apr 9th
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mahesh babu

A-agknowledge B-breath R-release A-aline

Mar 27th
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Stephen Andert

does opposite hand brushing still have the same effect with the different motion of an electric toothbrush?

Mar 26th
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elliot griffin

there were alot of nuggets discussed. i really like the ANT acronym. of course primary Motivation Observation Mechanics MOM but the comment reasons reap results is why we remember. good stuff

Mar 26th
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Caesar Hsiao

Take away: three tips. 1. Stretch yourself (increase your read speed per sec) 2. Listen to music 3. Give something else for your mouth such as counting.

Mar 26th
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mahesh babu

do 1. practice active recall 2.start doing Space repetation 3.using the sense of smell, 4.listen to music, classical music 60beats per minute. 5.sharpen the saw...... don't 1.stop multitasking, it lower your IQ 2.eliminate distractions, focus on, turn off your phone and put it at another room 3.stop craming, take breaks while studying, use pomodoro technic 4.stop acraja,focus on 80/20 rule

Mar 25th
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mahesh babu

1.active in note taking 2.knowing the purpose of note taking 3.underline or highlight important points 4.take notes on your own words. 5.focus on key words and key ideas 6.use symbols, abbreviation etc. 7.handwriting 8.draw a vertical lines in middle of notes,our notes, abbreviations, symbols,our impression on left side and Right side creating notes 9.T-think I-identify P-priorities 10.review the notes and summarise that and teach others thank you for your tips sir

Mar 25th
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mahesh babu

1.procrastinate about procrastination, meaning put it off. 2.start somewhere ,zigarnic effect 3.break it down,tiny habits 4.kind to yourself 5.schedule it 6.come up with why, give you energy for action thank you........ sir

Mar 25th
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Caleb Schroeder

I'll get around to this episode later

Mar 21st
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Marion Njaga

I think I just landed on a gold mine when I landed on this podcast... absolute genius. Episode 100 already! please don't stop and please don't make the episodes long... nobody got time for a 30min episode...

Mar 15th
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Najat Hakami

Mar 7th
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Shreyansh Das

😎😎

Mar 5th
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Shreyansh Das

great podcast man

Mar 1st
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Inspiring Humans

well, i use a method called mind palace.

Feb 27th
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Zaryab Jawed

Inspiring Humans sherlock yh? 😂

Mar 4th
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