Year: 2017

Kwik Brain 050: Master Your Mind…And Anything Else!

In our 50th episode, we discuss the 6 Cs to mastery and the MASTER list of reasons why you should join a mastermind.

Kwik Brain 049: Fast Focus & Flow (Q&A with Steven Kotler)

In our latest episode with flow expert Steven Kotler, I ask him all your burning questions about how to maintain a state of peak performance.

Kwik Brain 048: Get Into Your Creative Flow with Steven Kotler

How can you hack and boost your creativity? The key is to access your flow states – which flow expert Steven Kotler teaches you how to do in this latest Kwik Brain episode.

Kwik Brain 047: How Gratitude Rewires Your Brain

Gratitude has been scientifically proven to improve your brain and your life. In this episode, I discuss the benefits of gratitude and how you can harness the superpower of thankfulness in your daily life.

Kwik Brain 046: How To Train Focus & Flow with Steven Kotler

How do you train focus for high performance? In this episode, I talk about focus and flow with New York Times bestselling author Steven Kotler.

Kwik Brain 045: Improve Your Memory With A Good Night’s Sleep With Dr. Michael Breus

One of the easiest ways to improve your memory is by getting a good night’s sleep. In today’s episode, sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus returns to explain why sleep is so important

Kwik Brain 044: How to Recall Passwords and Pin Numbers

How do you remember passwords? In this episode, I share 4 techniques you can use to stop constantly forgetting passcodes and pin numbers.

Kwik Brain 043: The Best Time to Study & Learn

Everybody talks about the ‘what’ or ‘how’ of personal development – but very few people talk about the power of ‘when.’ In this episode, my superhero sleep

Kwik Brain 042: How to Solve Problems & Make Better Decisions Fast

We all have to solve problems in life – but very few of us have a process for doing so. In this episode, I share a technique you can use for both group discussion

Kwik Brain 041: The 5 Ways to Organize Information

How do you understand something? How do you organize information in a way that makes it memorable and comprehensive so you can better assimilate it? In this episode,