Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life

by Jim Kwik

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Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life Ideas

  • Identify Your Learning Style:

    Learn about different learning styles and identify your own. Then, make sure you are looking at all problems from as many perspectives as you can. This will allow you to solve problems faster by using a variety of reasoning strategies. There are many things you can try to approach problems in a ma

  • Read Faster:

    Sometimes people are slow readers. This is in part due to subvocalization. Your mind is capable of reading much faster than you think it is. To reduce subvocalization, try saying the numbers one through ten aloud as you go down the page. While it might seem difficult, counting while reading will tr

  • Get in the “Flow State”:

    Get in the groove. Eliminate your distractions, create a positive, productive environment, and set a goal to accomplish a certain amount of work. Then get to it. This will help you get into a flow state where your brain is focusing on what it needs to learn or accomplish, and you get in the zone an

  • Empower Yourself:

    Speak to yourself with positivity. Get the word “can't’” out of your lexicon. Have faith in yourself to be able to achieve whatever you desire. Define who you are and what you want in a positive fashion. Once you know who you are and where you want to go in life, you can begin crafting your pathwa

  • Neuroplasticity & Change:

    Countless studies and experiments have found that the brains of adults continue to evolve, that new neurons are constantly being formed, and that learning is never over. Just as we can carry on a conversation even after we’ve lost all our teeth, we can teach our brains new tricks well into old age —

  • Tech: Help or Hinder?

    It's not surprising then that the average person consumes three times more information today than in the 1960s. While this is great for your brain, it's not so great for your memory—being able to look up facts whenever you need them causes your brain to atrophy. And when a muscle atrophies, it weake

  • Limitless

    As a child, Jim Kwik had to work hard to learn just as much as his classmates. After suffering a traumatic brain injury, he also had to deal with bullying from other children. But in college, he found out that there was a different way to study — one that didn't involve hard work but rather allowed

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