Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life
I guess Jim Kwik’s advertising campaign for his first book publication has been successful since some friends of mine have this book as well. But that is not to deny that I am satisfied with the content.
In the first chapter of the book when Jim talked about his mediocre learning performance and the accident that brought him the low-self value feeling, I instantly remembered Adam Khoo, whose “I am gifted, and so you are” book had changed me almost a decade ago. In this book, Jim discusses the elements of how to leverage our brainpower, and a rich toolbox of advice on fast reading, recipes for a sharp brain, remembering methods, healthy morning routines, etc. I appreciate the fact that he put into the book some personal values which I always look for in a book.
I know the book covers a wide range of topics, and that does not allow him to go into details, but again, I think he was kind enough to suggest further reading resources and links for more in-depth learning.
Frankly, I was not surprised with most of the contents because I have read some materials he mentioned, such as Flow, Brain Rules, etc., but I think his story is inspiring and he is a good learning model.
A good book if you just start on this topic of how to leverage the power of the brain.
July 7, 2020, 3:00:00 PM
self-help, brain, autobiography
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