Meet Jim Kwik: The World’s #1 Brain Performance Coach

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If knowledge is power, then learning is a Superpower.

That’s the motto of Jim Kwik, a world leader in accelerated learning and optimal brain performance whose cutting-edge techniques and impressive mental feats have made him a rockstar of the personal transformation world.

After an accident at the age of five left him with a severe head injury, Jim grew up labeled by his teachers as ‘The Boy With The Broken Brain’. Today, he is a highly sought-out brain trainer for top entrepreneurs and organizations, with clients that include Virgin, Nike, GE, Fox Studios, Harvard University, and Singularity University.

Jim is a YouTube phenomenon, with some of his videos reaching over 20 million views, and he’s known for having coached Hollywood stars like Will Smith and Hugh Jackman along with the cast of the movie X-Men.

For all his skills as a master of memory, it’s Jim’s teaching that truly amazes. It’s rare for someone to teach with style and substance but that’s exactly what he does, and why he won TWO Mindvalley Awards in March 2019, for Most Popular Program and Best Mentoring Episode.

So watch the video and let us introduce you to the Superbrain of Jim Kwik.

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Shannon Terrell

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Jim Kwik is the trainer of Mindvalley’s Superbrain and Super Reading quests. He’s a brain coach and a world expert in speed reading, memory improvement, and optimal brain performance. Known as the “boy with the broken brain” due to a childhood injury, Jim discovered strategies to dramatically enhance his mental performance. He is now committed to helping people improve their memory, learn to speed-read, increase their decision-making skills, and turn on their superbrain. He has shared his techniques with Hollywood actors, Fortune 500 companies, and trailblazing entrepreneurs like Elon Musk and Richard Branson to reach their highest level of mental performance. He is also one of the most sought-after trainers for top organizations like Harvard University, Nike, Virgin, and GE.

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