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  • Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life
  • Written by: Jim Kwik
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  • Length: 12 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (515 ratings)

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An instant New York Times best seller and number one Wall Street Journal best seller

Audio exclusive: Includes candid conversations with the author, narrated by Mia Lux and Alexis Banc.

JIM KWIK, the world's number one brain coach, has written the owner's manual for mental expansion and brain fitness. Limitless gives people the ability to accomplish more - more productivity, more transformation, more personal success and business achievement - by changing their Mindset, Motivation, and Methods.

These "3 M's" live in the audio of Limitless along with practical techniques that unlock the superpowers of your brain and change your habits.

For over 25 years, Jim Kwik has worked closely with successful men and women who are at the top in their fields as actors, athletes, CEOs, and business leaders from all walks of life to unlock their true potential. In this groundbreaking book, he reveals the science-based practices and field-tested tips to accelerate self learning, communication, memory, focus, recall, and speed reading, to create fast, hard results.

Learn how to:

FLIP YOUR MINDSET

Your brain is like a supercomputer and your thoughts program it to run. That's why the Kwik Brain process starts with unmasking assumptions, habits, and procrastinations that stifle you, redrawing the borders and boundaries of what you think is possible. It teaches you how to identify what you want in every aspect of your life, so you can move from negative thinking to positive possibilities.

IGNITE YOUR MOTIVATION

Uncovering what motivates you is the key that opens up limitless mental capacity. This is where Passion + Purpose + Energy meet to move you closer to your goals, while staying focused and clear. Your personal excitement will be sustainable with self-renewing inspirations. Your mind starts strong, stays strong, and drives further exponentially faster.

MASTER THE METHOD

We've applied the latest neuroscience for accelerated learning. Our process, programs, podcasts, and products unleash your brain's own superpowers. Finish a book three times faster through speed reading (and remember every part of it), learn a new language in record time, and master new skills with ease. These are just a few of the life-changing self-help benefits. With Kwik Brain, you'll get brain-fit and level-up your mental performance.

With the best Mindset, Motivation and Method, your powers become truly limitless.

Audiobook exclusive! At the end of nearly every chapter in the audio edition of Limitless, Jim Kwik is joined by speaker and performer Mia Lux, host of The Conscious-Ish Show, for an audiobook-exclusive interview. These unscripted conversations range widely, exploring the key ideas of the chapter, sharing personal thoughts and insights, and shedding light on how the principles of Limitless work in real scenarios - including many from Jim's own life. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2020 Hay House, Inc. (P)2020 Hay House, Inc.

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50 page book expanded to a full book unnecessarily

overall ok book, nothing groundbreaking in terms of tips and tricks . eg. read faster, use visual pictures to remember, use emotions and fragrances to remember things, focus , meditate, have nutritious food etc. are not what I would call a trucks to become limitless. it's your normal everyday advice under the garb of this study , that study, this researcher said this , that one said that and look I overcame my learning disability so you can become limitless ( no offense to the author, but by 4th hour I was tired of hearing to his triumph over and over) .
sone shortcomings of the book:
1. too lengthy- atleast first 3 parts till the techniques were not needed at all, they were just fluff and author was hell bent to prove that whatever you have been told in school is wrong, he keeps on emphasising the same message but doesn't offer anything new to the table. one example he gives about his college class where there was slide by his professor with a funny quote and he was the first person in class to laugh and then he says that it pe ved his progress. I was wondering how it's possible? just because you were the first person to laugh at the quote on the slide that means you are limitless? maybe no one was looking at it? or were waiting for some simple bloke to initiate the laughter first? but seriously I thought that example was more of a delusion.
2. the narration- I went through this book with a speed of 2x and still was able to understand completely what was being said and I am not a very fast listener or reader, all previous books in audible I was only able to understand upto 1.2x , the narrator is too slow, it's like he is reading to a child
3. the interview part- I don't know why they thought of including it, it was kinda lame and broke the flow of book for me. everytime before a chapter or a part try have included a podcast episode of someone interviewing the author. it unnecessarily stretched the segment and 20-30 mins are used just to set the stage for the next chapter. completely unnecessary, boring and tedious. I skipped all of those
4. the core tricks- nothing mind blowing or limitless sort of, just your everyday tips like read faster, focus better by tuning out diversions, take reading and memory as exercise, nutritious food (there was I think 50 mins just on taking nutritious food , seriously!), also if we go by his message- he has spent atleast 1/4th of his book disproving audible's model . he just keeps on reinforcing read , read , read more , if we all are reading then who will listen to audiobooks and that brjngs me to another point of contention- he completely ignored much of literature and studies on learning and selectively quotes only those which make his case and have measly participation like 30 participants? seriously you are selling your book to millions based on a study of 40 people? also he has completely ignored the different types of learners in population such as - visual, auditory etc. some people do better with pictures, some do better listening and more. what about those? just quoting things to probe his point that by reading more you will become limitless ( junk) and wat if someone reads today's popular young adult fiction only? they will surely become limitless (junk).

there are better options available than this book of fluff on jow to becomes limitless fluff and con people. fluff, fluff , fluff be limitless, fluff , fluff , fluff I overcame my problems, you can be limitless and more fluff. just search for techniques on Google and skip this junk.

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Waist of time

This guy praised himself half of the time and the other half he tells us to sleep eat healthy and exercise..my grandma used to tell this better 🧐

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waste of time

Just random story and interviews, without any specific action items. would avoid for other better books

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I am Limitless

So far have enjoyed going thru this book and picking up amazing tips from Jim Kwik

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this is a MUST read! you ve gotta READ THIS PLS!

im a big fan of JIM KWIK! i dont know whether he has changed his name or something ... look at his passion..!! amazing! JIM says to ask questions to understand the matter.. well he has been asking this question of LIMTLESS brain power and fast learning.. and he has found the answer and he is generous enough to share it with us... thank you Jim! i love ur work... this is totally practical guide to improve the brain power. AMAZING BOOK!

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Less on content, unnecessarily lengthy

I would have rated it a 4 star, had it been half the existing length. A few good ideas in there, but you literally have to be on a lookout amidst a lot of unnecessary noise.

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Good Book For Beginniners

Most of things are actually very common advices popular in self help and self development industry.

but still there are few nuggets of wisdom that I would love to implement in my life.

not a one time read. this book is something you must implement and read and listen again and again.

too many CTA's all over the place makes are irritating!

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Good book for beginners..!

Beating around the bush is too much but i learned amazing techniques on “how to learn “ from this book.

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full of self promotional jargon

this book consist nothing new, everything you may find free of cost at internet or YouTube.
this book is more about self promotional jargon, he will try to enlighten you about how he changed countless lifes, in very boring style

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Knowledge for brain

Overall knowledge will be given in this book, like brain foods, focus, meditation, speed reading, memory boosting and many more things. This book can add a spark in your life. And provide confidence and faith in your own brain.

Thanks Jim for valuable book

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  • C. Anderson
  • 07-06-20

Where’s the beef? Book is like trying to find a needle in a hat stack.

The author has some good information in this book, but it takes a long time to find. I realized that the author follows a pattern. Here is the pattern.

Let’s say you want to learn about how to thinly slice tomatoes. The author would do the following:

1) 15 minutes saying that you are capable of slicing tomatoes like a pro.
2) explains that you were taught incorrectly how to slice tomatoes
3) shares some examples of when he has served thinly sliced tomatoes and everyone was amazed at how thin they were (but he doesn’t tell you how to do it).
4) explains what a tomato is and what a beautiful thing a thin sliced tomato can be.
5) tells you again that you have the power to thinly slice tomatoes.
6) Briefly tells you actually how to slice the tomato (here is the needle in the haystack). Doesn’t tell you too much and instead tells you to go to his website for more details and resources.
7) Tells you how thinly sliced tomatoes are amazing...again.
8) shares how he’s gone to Fortune 500 companies to help them thinly slice tomatoes.



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  • Das
  • 29-05-20

Wow what a waste of time

This book is so frustrating. If I wanted Tony Robbins, I'd listen to Tony Robbins. This book is 80% self promotion of his other programs (HoW MaNy CoUnTrIeS aRe yOu ReAcHiNg, JiM?!?!) WHO CARES. It's all motivional b.s. The whole book could be compacted into 20 pages max of actual useful and applicable material for boosting memory and such. Seriously if you want a good book on memory techniques that doesn't read like a Sudden Valley real estate pamphlet, read "Moonwalking with Einstein" by Joshua Foer

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  • Sonja N. Oswalt
  • 26-05-20

I was with it until chapter 2

I hated it and returned it as soon as I realized chapters 2, 3, 4 and who knows how many more were interview format. I wanted a book, not an interview. I wanted to like this, but the first chapter was pointless and the interview chapters were boring.

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  • Stephen J. Cavanaugh
  • 25-06-20

One of the worst audiobooks ever

Boring. Terrible narrative. Since the author continually uses acronyms, I have an acronym for this waste of my time:
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  • Scott Arbuckle
  • 08-06-20

What a waste of time!!

This is the most useless self improvement book I have ever listened too. There is nothing new here. His stories drive me crazy. It is also very weird to hear grown adults talking about super hero's as if he's still 5 years old. I read an article that said Elon Musk hired this guy. If you think this guy made any positive impact don't you think Musk would be telling people about him. I think this guy is simply repeating already available information. His narrating also drove me crazy.

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  • michelle
  • 18-06-20

not what I wanted

I struggled through the book but in the end was not able to finish. I like the story behind the author but his pace was very slow and found myself wandering off not being able to concentrate on what he was saying.

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  • Justa Thought
  • 21-02-21

Consensus & looping ….

Whenever I read or listen to a self help book or material, I can focus well enough to separate the wheat from the chaff. I was very eager to listen to this book because I heard much about it and sadly, I found it exceedingly mediocre, let me explain ….

First off, he - narrates - very - very - sloooowly, far too intentional like trying cheap hypnosis to get you to an alpha brain state. While it is barely effective, he injects many times a NLP trick - “buy the book.”

Buy the book, buy the book, buy the book ….

Next, he essentially repackages all of the books he has digested over the years & presents it as extraordinary new brain technology, which it is not. Let me repeat - it is not new, it is the consensus from the authors , many of whom are/were cutting edge.

I learned long ago when I am interested in a subject such as NLP for example, I search out the earliest works & founding principles from which the foundation was built (example - Milton Erickson, Structure of Magic). What I’ve learned is, 10, 20, 30 years later someone repackages it as new, transformative material to sell.

I am in the sales business, which requires lots of EQ, along with relational building skills & have done many seminars to learn how to hone my craft & skill because I love it, it’s an art. What I’ve come to discover is there are people who have lived their material & very effective speakers, which IS a job but the speakers, while being trained to be effective, lack the depth, which anyone can feel.

Lastly, one reviewer said he does not give the nuts and bolts for a particular thing you want to improve rather, he circumvents it & drives you to his website where you can sign up for courses for a premium price.

Go to my limitless website .... Go to my limitless website .... Go to my limitless website ....

Bottom line, is this audible worth it? Yes, because you can enough value out of it to justify the cost but no if you are looking for true cutting edge material and no If you don’t want to be hypnotized over and over again.

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  • VICTOR FOOTE
  • 01-06-20

Learning How to Learn is Key

Seriously one of the best books I have ever read on teaching me the best ways to learn and understand information. I purchased the audio book just to keep showing support with how much I appreciate this book.

Learning how to learn is so vital right now with the amount of competition we have and all the information that we need to know. I started my own online business a year ago and it truly amazes me with how much I have learned in just a year.

I also just finished his 21 day speed reading program and my mind is blown with how much i increased the speed I could read, and yes I comprehend the books I read at 600 WPM.

Get this book and I guarantee it will change your life when you actually take action with what he says. I dont have kids yet but I know this is one of the books I will be making them read because I know that by having this book will create a better future for them.

Thank you for everything!


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  • Matt-G
  • 23-07-20

Very difficult to enjoy.

Possibly the most condescending piece of literature I've ever listened to.
The information is good but not anything I've not heard is many other books... But the delivery is akin to my kindergarten teacher telling me how to hold a crayon.
I found it particularly annoying to listen to the female contributor constantly tell the author how "amazing" his perspective is.
Lastly... Be prepared to add no fewer than a dozen new acronyms to you vocabulary..
Is there an acronym for " I want my audible credit returned"?

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  • Sean Macandog
  • 29-05-20

Engaging and interesting listen

I thoroughly enjoy the post chapter interview/podcast like approach. It helped me understand and think more clearly about the context of each chapter.

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  • Paul McG
  • 16-06-20

Monotonous presentation

The content of this book is good however the monotonous presentation by the author is so off putting I couldn’t finish listening to it. Also it is evident he’s read a lot of self help books since he uses most of the sayings and cliches included in many of them. Disappointing!

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  • Simongb
  • 03-06-20

Stop waiting for the perfect way to achieve greatness and start reading this book.

This book has everything you need to realise your potential and start living a limitless life. Whatever age you are (I’m 60) and whatever you do in your career you need to read (listen) to this book and start putting this knowledge into action today. Limitless is full of possibilities, purpose and process to help you break through to a whole new level of life.

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  • mr wh mason
  • 07-11-20

Five Chapters in and learnt nothing

Early review I know but if an author titles a chapter 'How to speed read this and any book' then doesn't teach us ANYTHING about how to do so but spends a good chunk of time telling people to buy copies of the book for your their friends, download a copy oh his "commitment statement", sign it and post it it online social media for all their contacts to see then this comes across, (I didn't sign up as a Marketing Employee for him to manipulate,)

Add to that some seemingly pointless stories on encounters with Stan Lee and Will Smith and so far it all adds up as a 'Get rich KWIK ' scheme where he's the only beneficiary.

All I know is that he and his friend both had a difficult childhood and are now happy as Larry (seemingly)
Needs to get much better very quickly to hold my attention any further.

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  • Vishni Balakrishnan
  • 10-06-20

An inspiration to those who have a thirst to learn!

Jim Kwik and his team are exceptionally kind and giving people who want to pass on what they have learned for the benefit of others.

This is showcased in the book and the fact that the proceeds go to helping other less fortunate to reach their potential is absolutely awesome!
I work as a Psychiatrist and will be using these techniques to help my patients and loved ones.

Hats off to you all!!!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-07-20

Too autobiographical

I didnt enjoy it at all. It had the potential to be great based on the back story but the format of discussion with a third party and talk of superheroes was frankly awful.

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  • P. A. Cochrane
  • 30-06-20

Ready to learn?

Making learning easy for all. All you needed to know, giving you the tools to learn anything. Open your mind and keep pen & paper nearby.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-11-20

What's The Best Investment - Stocks or In You?

I don't give many books a five star rating... but this one, boy oh boy, this one is god damn good! This one is what you might would define as a cheeseburger with pickles.

You're probably quite confused right now and asking yourself, what do a greasy cheeseburger with pickles have got to do with anything in this book... I'll tell you why: because the person who invented the cheeseburger is clever, but the person who invented the cheeseburger with pickles is a freaking genius. That's why!

Let's drop the metaphorical language and get right to the case by popping the most relevant question that you can ask yourself when buying this book: Am I the best version of myself? If not, can I become better? Can I live out my life-long dream? And can I become an expert in everything that I put my mind up to? Do you have an answer to this or are you thinking as I and many other people did before reading this book: shiiiit, I don't know... or no, I can't become a better version of myself, I can't live out my life-long dream, because it's too unrealistic and I can definitely not become an expert in what I put my mind up to - I'm not a genius. But you are... You are a genius! I had these thoughts about myself before reading this book as well and I must admit, I was completely wrong...
After reading this book you'll find that your thoughts about yourself are with guarantee restricting you from what's going to make you great. My answers to these questions are now big fat YES's! YES, oh YES, oh YES.

Most of my peers uttered their thoughts about my fascination about becoming limitless and their reactions was mostly something like this: 'Oh, bullshit - That's some made up shit you're pulling right now!'. And my answer was: 'No it is not. It is not bullshit. But you can argue that you'll find you inner bull. You will get a better understanding of your mindset and your motivation and be able to improve both extremely and equally with this book. AND you'll get the necessary methods and more to it to boost you to achieve your most ambitious goals! Now, if you're still thinking, after this almost too good to be true review, that it is totally bullshit... Well, you are more than welcome to contact me after reading this book, so that I can tell you: I told you so ;)

Don't buy this book if you're just looking for a quick laugh - Buy this book if you want to improve your abilities and become an even better version of yourself. You'll find that you can evolve beyond what you thought was possible!

INVEST in yourself by buying this book and becoming LIMITLESS! After all, the best investments that you can do is not to invest in stocks or in obligations, but in YOU.

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  • M
  • 18-09-20

Amalgamation of other books

As others have said this is really an amalgamation of other books. It doesn’t really add much new, although it promises a lot. I guess there is some value of hearing it put another way, but still a bit disappointing overall

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  • Johann Marx
  • 23-06-20

Life changing!

A great book, affordable, easy to read, simple to implement, truly a game changer for learning new and unlocking hidden skills and talents of your mind. Thank you Jim Kwik!

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  • Ben
  • 12-06-20

Amazing audiobook 🤩

Thanks Jim for your intelligence and wisdom I’ve learned lots of knowledge. I would highly recommend this audiobook wish it was about when I was younger 😂

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  • roger lewis
  • 30-05-20

becomes pretty silly very quickly ..

just another rehash of all the other personal development books ... very disappointing I would pass on this one and or ask for you money back

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  • Tony
  • 05-07-20

Hard to listen to, very slow and self promoting

I did manage to stay awake for one good snippet. It was on speed reading training. So now I'm using a stick as a pacer and accelerating nicely. An unnecessarily long book, it could have been 30 minutes without loosing anything.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-09-20

I really wanted to enjoy this

I might try to read this book on my kindle. I really wanted to enjoy this... but the repetitiveness was driving me crazy. The first few hours is just the. Same. Thing. And lost me completely.
There’s only so many times I can hear in a very slow monotone voice: “unlock. Your limitless. BRAIN”
And the narrator, who is also the author, is a very smart man but I’m sorry, I couldn’t stand him reading this book.
Slow, monotone, with no expression.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-01-21

Good for beginners in self help

although I enjoyed the last few hours of this book, I feel like the majority of the content was a compilation of other self help personal growth books.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-07-20

Great book all around

This book really can be the corner stone of learning, as it speaks about various ways that we can learn better.

I got tons of value from it and highly recommend it

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-06-20

Lived up to expectations!

jim lives jp to the hype. some of these practices are in other areas but thats whatbmakes it so good he grans everything that works!!

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  • tashimi76
  • 14-08-20

Great book, a little slow

I have been a fan of Jim Kwik for many years and was so excited he wrote this book. The content is great, you can learn much of what Jim teaches in his courses here, and the profits from this book are being donated to a good cause. Plus this audio book gives you additional interviews after each chapter and a pdf. My only complaint is that Jim reads the book much slower than he speaks in real life. I needed to play it on about 1.3 to match his natural speaking voice. In the end it doesn't take away from the overall message and honestly I'm glad he read the book himself as he is a great speaker. Thank you to Jim and the team at Kwik Learning for making this available at a price I could afford.

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  • punit
  • 01-06-20

Best book ever read !

From how to learn to learn and topics covered on mind (speed reading best part) to all sort of great mind hacks ! Love this book!

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  • Samantha
  • 05-11-20

useful

great book. engaging to listen to. had lots of advice and examples on how to implement them.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-08-20

good info but too much filling

too much talking instead of going to the point. however the information is quite good and up to date

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