Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and Larry Page Read A Book A Week — And So Can You. Here’s How, According To Brain Coach Jim Kwik

Most CEOs read 60 books a year. Do you? Brain coach Jim Kwik shares how to finally read those books on your shelf you’ve been wanting to read.

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Do you ever wonder how successful people become… successful?

The leaders, game-changers, and experts all have one habit in common: They read. In fact, the average CEO reads 4 – 6 books a month, but the average person reads only 2 books a year. Yet this habit is arguably the best way to accelerate your life, skill mastery, and career.

After all, if you want to learn how the best strategies for branding yourself or your business, then why not learn from marketing experts who have spent their lives studying that topic?

You’re basically downloading decades worth of wisdom from a single document.

Luckily, finding time to read without distractions isn’t as hard as it sounds.

Jim Kwik, the brain coach to companies like Virgin, Nike, and Zappos, shares in this video simple strategies to read faster and remember more. And you don’t even have to learn how to speed read.


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Are you inspired to pick up the books that have been sitting on your shelf?

And what’s the first book you’re going to pick up?

Share with the tribe in the comments below.

Jim Kwik

Jim Kwik

Jim Kwik is a Brain Coach and a world-expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, and optimal brain performance. He is committed to helping people learn faster, improve their speed of thinking, and turn on their superbrain. He has coached Hollywood actors, Fortune 500 companies, and remarkable entrepreneurs like Elon Musk to reach their highest level of mental performance. After a childhood brain injury, Jim had learning difficulties but he discovered strategies to dramatically enhance his mental performance. Since then he has become one of the most sought-out trainers for top organizations like Harvard University, Nike, Virgin, or GE.

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