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Summary of Limitless - by Jim Kwik - Upgrade Your Brain Learn Anything Faster and Unlock Your Exceptional Life - A Comprehensive Summary - cover

Summary of Limitless - by Jim Kwik - Upgrade Your Brain Learn Anything Faster and Unlock Your Exceptional Life - A Comprehensive Summary

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Summary of Limitless

Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life is a self-help book written by Jim Kwik, who is a brain trainer and has trained companies such as Nike, GE, Fox Studios, and many more. Since its release, this book has received a series of never-ending praise. The 17 Grand Slam title winning Tennis star Novac Djokovic says, “Jim Kwik’s work is very empowering. Limitless will take you to places you never expected.”
This book contains wisdom a person would spend his whole life searching for. In our time, the world has become distracted, and focusing on a particular thing has become extremely hard. Jim Kwik teaches us how we can unleash the untapped resources in our brains. Every human is a genius, and this book is all about how to bring out our inner genius. We are limitless; the only limit we have is our imagination. Why should we let small obstacles in our lives stop us from achieving unimaginable feats? In this book, Kwik shares the user manual of the greatest most complex technology ever created, our brain.
We can learn and realize how we should use our brains to be more efficient and more effective. This book also underlines the methods we can use to remember everything we read, from articles to books. Kwik helps people realize the incorrect dogmas ingrained in us by society, which not only affects the younger generation, but all generations, and their functionality. He shows that people are repeating and making the same mistake again and again, and that leads to less productivity and more continuous problems in our society.
The foreword is written by the 12-time New York Times best-selling writer and American physicist Mark Hyman. He outlines the main villains of our society that have been mainly caused by too much reliance on technology. He says that Jim literally provides a basic roadmap to become limitless. The four main villains that are an obstacle to our productivity are: Digital Deluge Digital Distraction Digital Dementia Digital Deduction
The combined effect of these villains robs us of our power to achieve anything great, but most importantly, they rob us of our ability to clearly, truly think. Jim Kwik offers the health and fitness of our brain through this book, because the mind needs exercise as much as the body does.
In the introduction, Jim outlines that there are three keys to achieve anything. The first key is motivation: the reason it needs to be done and what you want to achieve from it. The second key is the ability to do what you want: small steps will lead to greatness, and these steps require great patience and courage. The third key is using the right method. He says that by reading this book, you’ll increase everything that is required to be limitless; from focus to memory enhancement, everything is covered in detail. Kwik says that schools teach a child what to learn, but it doesn’t tell the student how to learn; this leads to bad grades and frustrated students. Limitless teaches you how to learn, and you can use this knowledge to become great.

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