Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life Hardcover – Illustrated, 7 April 2020
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Hi, I'm Jim Kwik
And yes, my name really is Kwik. I didn’t change it to be on this journey. I’m here to teach you HOW to learn so you can work your brain to reach your full potential!
My life’s passion and mission are to create a smarter and more caring world by helping you reclaim your power.
- CEO of Kwik Learning
- International Speaker
- Memory & Speed-Reading Expert
Are You Ready to Discover Your Superpowers?
Belief that you are limited might be holding you back from your biggest dreams. In Limitless, I share tools that will help you cast off your perceived limitations.
You’re going to learn how to upgrade your brain and memory. What’s more, you’ll learn how to increase your focus, optimize your work time, and form healthy habits.
Limitless helps you learn anything faster, and once you’ve done that, there is nothing holding you back from your dreams.
In these pages, you’ll discover:
- The secrets to memory and recall
- A simple method for learning anything FAST
- The 4 supervillains of learning
- My #1 tactic to remember names
- And much more...
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the most important skill to master in the 21st century is learning how to learn, and Jim is the best in this field. This book is really a life changer for me.
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This is mostly a sales pitch for his online courses with a few unoriginal tips pilfered from long-standing thinking on brain health and function.
Be warned: A LOT OF ACRONYMS involved with this book.
As an aside, some of our moms were horrible people and we'd rather not remember them even if it is a memory device.
Really, save yourself the money and listen to the podcast.
Kwik describes learning myths like:
-->You’re as smart as you’ll ever be. (You’re not).
-->Education ends when you graduate school. (The real world is a constant test).
-->Believing you are not as smart and skilled as others.
-->Learning something new is hard (e.g., a language, musical instrument, a card game, poetry, baking).
I've believed all these things at various times. Kwik's message is you're better than that.
You can walk away from this book smarter than when you started. There are no magic tricks, but you learn the principles of how to get a stronger mindset, how to discover your purpose and beat procrastination, and methods to become limitless such as speed-reading, memory recall, study habits, focus, and decision making.
I think what's most powerful about this book is that you learn the simple art of appreciating yourself. You understand that you are capable of many great things. I certainly have a lot to consider after reading this book. I always thought it was too late in life to learn a new language. But now I don't think so. Now there is so much I want to learn!
What I learned:
--There are learning myths holding us back.
--I love this quote: “Genius leaves clues. There is always a method behind what looks like magic.” I think you can apply this to so many things in life. If you want to get better at X, look at the masters you admire. What was their story? What did they study?
-- Discovering your guiding question will help you make decisions and frame all your actions around a purpose.
-- I can read a lot faster and still comprehend!
--Rote learning is not the way to remember. I have tools like visualization to remember more.
I don’t want to wind up losing my memory one day or having something like Alzheimer's happen. I believe this book and others are important tools in my arsenal to keep me young and healthy.