Welcome to Kwik Learning!

Hello Kwik Learner,

I want to thank you for visiting our blog and watching my video.

(You may notice I got into a bit of an accident and bruised my head/eye a couple days before we recorded the video, let’s just say, speed-reading gone wild ;)

For almost two decades, my passion has been helping busy people and organizations lead more productive/profitable personal and professional lives by sharing powerful strategies and resources to improve your mental performance.

I believe everyone has genius inside them and your brain has incredible potential and power.

The challenge, as you know, is our super computer of a brain does not come with an owner’s manual.

Growing up, I never understood why school spent so much time teaching “what” to learn, but very little on “how” to learn. That you can take classes in trigonometry, oceanography, and 18th century european history, but there was no class called “memory,” “study,” “listening,” or “speed-reading.”

Maybe 100, 50, or even 25 years ago, that was ok. But in today’s fast paced competitive information age, it is clear mind power is quickly replacing muscle power.

Here’s the challenge:

WIth technology, there is a growing gap between WHAT we need/want to learn, and HOW we learn it, and it has created massive amounts of stress, a debilitating backlog of work, growing piles of unread books and towering inboxes.

If you, like me, are tired of being overloaded and overwhelmed, I’d be honored to support and serve you in sharpening your mental skills in a profound and enjoyable way.

Let me know and post below what areas you’d like to improve and learn more.

I’ll post answers here regularly.


And let’s also stay connected on Kwik Learning’s Facebook page.

To your success,

Jim Kwik
Your Kwik Learning Coach

Also, here’s a fun short video of me on stage attempting to memorize a list of random words from the audience.

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34 Responses to “Welcome to Kwik Learning!”

  1. Terri Kubassek
    January 18, 2011 at 10:36 am #

    Would like more info on Quik learning, thanks.

  2. medy cruz
    January 19, 2011 at 11:13 am #

    I really enjoy the 2 presentations I watch and learn a lot. I wish I can attend in your trainings someday. Presently I am studying for a licensing progaram and I’ve been strugling to pass because of having a hard time remembering what I study. I am 55 years old, but I was not a poor student when I was young, in fact I was in the honor role but now it seems to hard to comprehend. Thank you for the information I will try to implement them.

  3. Carol Ribeiro
    February 8, 2011 at 1:36 pm #


    Your video was amazing. That’s one heck of a skill!

    Well, I’m known as the “forgetfull” in the house. You tell me one thing now and I might forget in the next day or so.

    I also wish I had more time to digest what I learn in school for example but my life is so rushed that it’s impossible.

    I hope you can give me some tips!

    Carol R.

  4. Jim Kwik
    February 10, 2011 at 10:40 am #

    @Carol – definitely watch our free videos on names and reading. We’ll definitely be adding new memory tips here regularly, looking fwd to your progress!

  5. Amy
    February 18, 2011 at 10:30 am #

    Love your stuff Jim!! Now to use it! I purchased your goods last year via teleseminar and now just want to spend the time learning it. Much has changed in my life since last watching your videos back then. My energy most of all. I no longer feel overwhelmed, more excited in all aspects of life! I see my role as being of service more now than ever. Your tools will help me move through my next path (in addition adding more success) in life. Truly grateful for you sharing your gifts. I wish you even more great success!

    • Jim Kwik
      February 20, 2011 at 12:41 am #

      Thank you Amy! I look forward to walking the path with you!

  6. Linda Ruddy
    May 7, 2011 at 9:28 pm #

    Finding an easy way to help my kids learn the multiplication tables would be great. Thanks, Jim!

  7. Carina
    May 27, 2011 at 11:42 pm #

    Hi, I really want to learn how to remember more, specially number and names. Thank You Jim

  8. Giuseppa
    June 20, 2011 at 1:21 am #

    I really love learning, particularly about health, nutrition, spirituality and the like. The problem is that these days there is information overload and a lot of this information has no value, it is just for opportunistic, make money quick schemes. To read everything is very time consuming and, most times than not, I end up deleting most of what I receive in my mailbox: the good with the bad, which is a real shame.
    What I need is to develop my reading speed and also my memory retention

  9. Sharon kay
    July 8, 2011 at 3:21 pm #

    WOW! Amazing and very healthy for any one of all ages!! Never to old to Learn !!! Make use of your skills of speed reading,memory retention… needed in my clowning around… soooooo….Exercising the whole body,mind,and soul…to Love, … a Laughter, … the Listening… Life Lessons,..living longer..lets learn…Hoo-hah-handi (meaning a hand gestures signaling juggling,balancing,weighing, one thing against another…)
    I am a clown name Hug”z” …kibbutz from the Hand State (MI) ! Please use this recipe for a ” Spiritual Clowns Around”(without the make-up)….in any of your talks and pass forward to Fan Family! OK… Jim …You Are Giving A gift to the world of WOW!!!!!!!! ….soooooo Here your gift in return… Because YOU ARE HELPING SO MANY PEOPLE… Yiddish word “oy Gotenyu” ( oy GAWT -ten-yu)- AS in “God help us”(PLEASE DO THIS & LET ME WHAT YOU THINK)

    SINGING IT.. IS BEST.. OUT LOUD .. , while you are reading this …I ask you …”What are the five vowels in the English Language?”( that make words )’? (a,e,i,o,u) I am going to take you to my “Spiritual” “H”ome” NOW…Take “H” (FIVE TIMES) and put TOGETHER the 5 vowels! LOOKS LIKE…………………………………………….. (Ha) …ha ha ha ha ha ha..(.He)… he he he he he he …(Hi)… hi …hi hi hi hi hi hi….(Ho)… ho ho ho ho ho ho…(Hu)… HU HU HU
    HU HU HU.. ( Haaaaaaaaaaaa heeeeeeeeeee,hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,hoooooooooo,,huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu! )

    Did you have F._U._N. ? ( which mean For Us Now)…PLus, My Motto is “I LUV’Z MY HUG’Z & HUG’Z LUV’Z YOU!!!!”

    I need your program When… Where…how do I begin? You are Amazing! Thanks for SHARING !

  10. Zakiya
    November 16, 2011 at 6:02 pm #

    Dear Jim,

    I just finished nursing school and I was always a great student but nursing was very difficult for me. I could not understand why I was having such a difficult time remembering medications and their side effects as well as certain nursing concepts. I want to further my education and I need to be able to remember a lot of techniques and procedures. I need a program that will show me the best strategies to used to achieve this task.

    I am so thankful that I found out about you website because I was really wondering if I should just leave well enough alone and forget about furthering my education. Also I am very interested in you raw food way of life.

  11. Mary R.
    January 15, 2012 at 12:55 pm #

    Amazing stuff! I’m back in grad school at a not so young age, & feeling overwhelmed w/ having so much to memorize. Other people’s theories sometimes crash w/ what I know from experience; I’ve got to separate what
    I “know” from what my teachers think I “should know”, that is, “if I know”
    what is good for me…///._.\\\
    The computer doesn’t help, either. Once I
    download the stuff in there, I never find it again because you have to remember the exact title, or the beast doesn’t reveal it!

  12. Ezekiel
    January 16, 2012 at 7:57 am #

    Hello Kwik,
    I am very excited when i hear what is possible to me when i take your courses. First, i am interested in improving my memory. I want to as much as possible remember things i read about. Second, speed reading is about to blow my mind when i hear that is possible to me, how?. I have just watched you recently and become interested in you. Please, help me because i believe you can. I am truely interested in your courses but may not have the means to pay what you are charging. I am a student in Nigeria from a lowly home and always looking for opportunity like these. Beleiving that some day a way will be open to me to actualize my dream of achieving my full potentials, be that hero of my life. Looking forward to your reply. My email address is ezemull@yahoo.com

    • Imad
      May 8, 2014 at 2:08 pm #

      For me, choosing a midecal specialty is easy. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to work as a Dermatologist Tech prior to moving to Alaska. What an amazing field! No two cases are the same and more than one type of procedure can be performed in a day. Working for a dermatologist provides the benefits of both a private office setting and hours along with the experience of surgeries and unique treatments. Cyst removals and cancer treatments became the most interesting procedures to me and I can not wait to get back into the field!There are not many positions or specialties I would turn down when it comes to the midecal field. If I had to pick one, however, it would have to be gynecology. Why would this be the field I turn down? I am honestly not sure. I must be lacking the gene the would cause me to be interested in the subject! For whatever reason I would choose to work anywhere else before choosing gynecology. Specialty clinics are like sushi I guess. How do you know you don’t like it if you’ve never tried it?!

  13. Audrey
    January 18, 2012 at 11:12 am #

    I recently listened to one of your programs on memory where you linked things to remember from a talk given by Dr Daniel Amen with a walk from the parking lot to your office – amazingly 4 days later I could still remember 9 of the 10 points and even now (a couple of weeks later) I can remember most of the points.

    I think that generally I’m looking for a way to trust my memory. Yes walking into a room and not remembering why I’m there is frustrating – I’ve tried putting it down to my body’s desire for more exercise, but perhaps I could just remember to make time for exercise and the other important health activities that should be incorporated into my life (sleep, additional learning, clean environment, good diet, etc). I look forward to the speed reading and memory presentations.

  14. Pamela
    February 7, 2012 at 11:25 pm #

    Hi Jim,
    My sister emailed your presentation link on your website. Wow! Looking forward to viewing/purchasing your educational tapes/program. I had a car accident many years ago & had minor/main tramatic brain injury, I had long & short term memory lost @ 1st, but shortly was left with only short term lost. Viewed my few home-made family video tapes that I had to make new memories of events that had happened in my life since I only had bits & pieces of what I remembered long term. Having a notebook with me always & writing everything down over the years helped me w/ my short term memory loss. The last year or so my short term memory is getting terrible again. You can say something to me & within minutes can’t say what it was or I say the opposite of what was said. Forget remembering names, usually I don’t greet people by their name just a Hello & “How are you?” It’s wonderful to find this type of education you offer!!! Thanks So Much! Truly, Pamela

  15. Timothy Tanner
    December 11, 2012 at 7:37 pm #

    i can remember name. and be a better reader

  16. MP MacD
    October 14, 2013 at 10:02 am #

    Hi Jim,

    You asked us to let you know why we are taking your course. I have two goals that I have been creeping towards for many years: one is writing a couple of books and the other is decluttering my life. Often I sit idle because I am overwhelmed by the amount of work needed and the number of decisions involved. I believe that with your coaching, I can learn to stay focused, make decisions more easily, and become energized by my successful engagement in the tasks that bring me closer to my goals.

    You give me hope! Thank you!


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