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Everybody, it's very excited to be with you in today's interview, I'm actually interviewing Mr. Jim Quick. And what I want you to know about this interview as I kind of look back on it, is one of the things that is not optimized at the levels or capabilities that we always want it to be is our mind. And Jim, the first time I met Jim, Jim, like, asked, I don't know, 30 people their names in an event.


And then he went back and named all 30 of them, like, I forget one person's name when I meet them. And so I'm really, really excited because Jim just recently came out with a book that is a powerful book, but he really helps us understand how to maximize our mind. And so I want to have you really take away, like, whether no matter what you're doing, your mindset is a really, really powerful, powerful thing.


So welcome, my good friend, Mr. Jim Quick, who is one of the top brain coaches in the world, and also a New York Times best selling author Inside the Green Room today.


Let's dive right into the interview.


Welcome to Inside the Green Room with the three. Each week, Pete Vargas. A third. Yes, that's me. Let's you inside his virtual green room to hang out and learn from the meeting planners who control the most prestigious stages in the world and from the speakers who use those stages to increase their income and impact. Now let's dive into the green room. Jim, quick, many of you have know, Jim, a lot of you might not, he's one of the top brain coaches in the world, the number one brain coach in the world.


He's worked with so many celebrities, movie stars, entrepreneurs like you look at his feed, you'll be going back in like, wow, he worked with that person and that person, that person. But I think what Jim loves is the opportunity that he's gotten to work with thousands and thousands of entrepreneurs and people just like me and you to really help us maximize our brain. My brain has felt an overload these last five or six weeks. As many of you know, in in a 30 day period, we went from losing a lot to doing as much revenues as we did all of 12 and 19 over a 30 day period.


And my brain felt overwhelmed because of what happened. And so I just thought, I want to bring on the top brain coach. Also New York Times best selling author, number one book on Wall Street right now. It's called Limitless. And I'm so excited to bring my good friend, Mr. Jim Quick, a thank you.


Thank you, everybody who's joining us from around the world. This is so exciting to watch. I can it's hard to me for me to be able to watch Bader's not get so pumped up to the next level. So great job, everybody. And congratulations on just showing up everybody for this. I'm looking forward to this conversation about how you become limitless in a limited world and so much love here in the chat. So thank you.


Yeah. Give Jim some love here and on Facebook. Jim, I'm excited to talk about being limitless and I want us to be limitless in our minds and in our brains, bro. And there is a way to do that. I've seen your magic on stage and it's not magic. It's power. It's the power that we all have access to. Right. It's not like a magician where you got to go be to specialists. Like we have this power to be limitless.


And I'm in not only going to be giving out a lot of your books today, I'm also going to be giving out an amazing one of Jim's courses, Limitless New York Times best selling author. Look at that. Will Smith, ladies and gentlemen, quote on the page, The gym.


Start taking us through that. And I want our folks I know you're going to stay backstage with us, but I want our folks to know what it what does it take? How do we become limitless? Absolutely.


Thank you for this. Let's jump into it. I encourage everyone to take some notes. I think when you learn with the intention of teaching somebody else, you learn it better. It's one of the fastest way to unlock that limitless ability. And and so congratulations again. Let's do this. Let's upgrade your brain, learn anything faster and locker exceptional life. Yes. That is the title of the book. So let's talk about how to do this. How do you become limitless in a limited world?


Well, I have a quote in the book that says, Life is the sea between B and D, life is the sea between B and D from a French philosopher and B stands for birth. D stands for death. Sea life stands for choice, stands for choice. We always have the power of choice. And it's interesting because right now these difficult times they can define us, these difficult times can diminish us or these difficult times can develop us.


We decide, we decide. And so I feel the through line behind all of the guest speakers and experts is that we are responsible for our life. One hundred percent and with great risk. There's a Stanley quote that says, With great power comes great responsibility. And I think the opposite is also true. With great responsibility comes great power and we take responsibility for where things are. We have great power to what? To make things better. So in this session, I'm going to give you a download of some of the highlights out of this book.


I want to start with this idea of what we're doing right now, which is physically distancing ourselves. How can we come out of this quarantine, if you will? Smarter, stronger, better, better off, if you will. And the metaphor I want to use for everybody is that of a butterfly. I think about butterfly butterflies, the ultimate profound symbol of transformation. And while the beauty is in the butterfly, the growth happens. All the beauty is in the butterfly, the growth happens in the cocoon.


And right now you might feel like you're cocooning wherever you are in the world. And I wish you safety. I wish you security. I wish you strength. Right. You inspire people with grit and your grace. But what are five choices you can make while you're cocooning to come out of this and be able to soar like that butterfly? So I'm going to go through five quick seas and I tend to obliterate everything, use mnemonics and acronyms to help make it memorable because I'm the memory guy some of you had the opportunity to to meet.


I speak about a quarter million people every single year live, and I do these demonstrations well. I'll have fifty people or one hundred people in audience stand up, introduce themselves, and I'll memorize all their names, people. The audience will give me one hundred words or hundred numbers, I recall, and forwards and backwards. And I always tell people, just impress you. I just express to you what's truly possible, because the truth is you could do this too, regardless of your age or background, career, education, the financial situation, your gender, your history, your IQ.


That doesn't matter. What matters is you make a choice. There's no such thing as a good or bad brain, as a trained brain and an untrained brain, and this is about training your brain. So five C's to cocooning. And these are things to come out of this stronger and smarter and then going to go into the limitless model. So all we're cocooning in this place, we we're alone, right? You are.


You're alone with your thoughts. You're alone with your doubts. You're alone with your fears. You might even be feeling alone. Right. And so give yourselves, first of all, be kind to yourself, because never in human history have we been going through what we're going through right now. You're feeling a range of emotions. And we know that all of learning, just like life, is state dependent. And and a lot of your other experts have talked about the power of your state to be able to be able to move things forward, to be able to rise up and not only catch up and keep up, but really get ahead.


How do you how do you not only survive but actually thrive? So when a caterpillar think about it, when a caterpillar thinks is the end of the world, it becomes a butterfly. And so while you're cocooning here, five seas, you could do number one, use this time for clarity. Clarity is power. We know that when you're going really fast. I know people are watching this all over the world right now. When you're going and you're racing through life, rarely do we have a time to check in with ourself and say, are we going in the right direction?


Right. And the clarity I'm talking about is clarity around your values and how you come up with your values. Is asking yourself this question what's most important to me in this moment? What's most important to me in my career? What's most important to me in my business, what's most important in my brand, what's most important to me in my impact, what's most important in my relationships? Wonderful time to check in, because solitude is a great opportunity for self reflection.


And once you have those values and it be love, growth, contribution, adventure, it could be security, whatever you hold dear. Ask yourself a secondary question, which is, are my actions aligned with those values? Are my actions aligned with those values? People come to me all the time and they say, I feel so burned out, I'm doing so much and I'm like, Really? Maybe you're not burned out because you're doing too much.


Maybe you're burned out because you're doing too little of the things that light you up and make you come alive, that the things that you value in life. So ask yourself what's most important to me and then ask yourself, are my actions aligned with that? Otherwise, you are going to sabotage if you have a tendency to step toward something and take a leap back, get the check, see if those two things are aligned, your actions and your values.


The second C besides clarity, what to do, what are cocooning is care. We know that self care is not selfish and I don't just mean physical hygiene. You should be washing your hands six feet distance, sanitizing everything. I mean your mental hygiene, your mental hygiene. It's so important because your your your your mind is the number one wealth building asset that you have. It's not your muscle power. Your mind powers your brute strength that your brain strength.


And the faster you can learn, the faster you get hurt. But that means you have to care for the most important thing that controls everything, which is the human brain. You're born with the most the ultimate technology. People on Amazon reviews are saying this is finally an owner's manual for my brain. Right. There's no one wealth building device that we have. We're not using to the extent that we could be using. But how do you care for it?


Here's the thing. Like imagine imagine you were given a car upon birth or just in high school. You were given a car. Any car that you want, any car that you that you want, which car would you choose, first of all? And here's a thing. You have to keep that one car for the rest of your life. You have to keep that one car for the rest of your life. How how much would you care for that car if you had that was your only vehicle transportation.


And that's similar to your body. That's similar to your brain. And one of the ways you care for your brain is being careful what you put in your brain, meaning just like there is an algorithm to Instagram, Facebook. If you if you engage with every cat, do you watch every cat video you like and share it. Every cat posed the algorithm on social media. We'll show you more cats. Right, because it's going to feed you what you engage with.


Well, same thing with your mind. Your mind has that algorithm also. And if you were just watching the news and watching what's threatening and scary and dark, you are engaging with that content and your algorithm is going to show you more of that darkness, threatening, scary, the challenges. You have a limited bandwidth. That means you're not shining a light on. What would you be grateful for? You're not shining a light on possibility. You're not shining a light on all the opportunity that exists also as well to be able to to be able to serve.


And so the control, the input of what you're putting in and control the choice, make a choice to whether and if you're going to indulge in the self indulgent, but do it consciously, do it mindfully. Now, in the book, I talk about ten things you could do to care for your brain, the best brain foods that optimize your sleep, the best tax, the middle of the night, your sleep, how to be able to reduce stress because chronic stress shrinks your brain, chronic stress shrinks your brain, and chronic fear actually suppresses your immune system.


It's a whole area of science called psycho neuro immune. Psycho neuroimmunology, that means makes you more susceptible to colds, to flus, to viruses, and so you want to be able to mitigate that by controlling that that what you engage with, because that's going to affect your algorithm. The third psycho neuro immunology. I love this chat. Wonderful. And this is the community like this is also I notice I use the term physically distancing ourselves because we are not socially distancing themselves.


We are not mentally distancing ourselves. We are not emotionally distancing ourselves. Right. And so the words we use matter, especially for your grey matter. All right. Third sea of clarity of care thing you could do while you're cocooned. You can make a choice on its contribution. You know what the antidote to fear is? Service. I know you're really you're really big on this. A lot of your speakers, your your experts, they live is not just about making a dollar.


It's about making a difference. It's not just about your income. It's also about your impact for us. For the book Limitless, we're donating one hundred percent of all the proceeds via Pencils of Promise to build schools over the past ten years. We'll be schools everywhere from Guatemala to Kenya to provide education, clean water, health care for young girls and boys who have access to none of that. We're also donating the remaining proceeds, all of it to Alzheimer's research and specifically to women's research.


Because I don't know, people know this, but twice as many women are likely to experience Alzheimer's than men. And this is in honor of my grandmother passed of Alzheimer's. And so people know my story. I grew up with learning challenges. I had a traumatic brain injury. I did very poorly in school. And at the age of nine, a teacher pointed to me and said, that's the boy with a broken brain. And that label became my limit.


And so I'm very passionate about education and brain health and so on to be an advocate for that. But how can you contribute? How can you hear the question? How can you contribute your time, your talent, your treasure to make a difference? Maybe it could be as easy as zooming or face timing a neighbor who's more vulnerable at this moment or might feel alone. Or maybe it's making food for frontline workers. How can you contribute in a unique way?


Your uniqueness, your story is your superpower. So that's contribution and contribution again is the antidote to fear. When you put your attention on serving others, you can't feel as scared and be in that chronic fear. So that's that's contribution. The third, seek clarity of care contribution to Morses to think about while you are cocooning, come out as a butterfly and soared to new heights. Fourth one is creativity. I believe the future belongs to the creatives, meaning that jobs are going to machines are going to artificial intelligence.


They're going to audit, they're being automated. And what's not can be automated are the same things that I believe are limitless. The limitless resource we have on planet Earth is human potential. There is no limit to your creativity. There's no limit to your resolve. There's no limit to your ability to solve problems. There's no limit to imagination. There's no limit to our ability to come together like we're doing right now. There's no limit to human determination.


Those are the limitless resources that we have. So it's not about the external resources. It's about these internal resources that we are born with. Right. And so when we're talking about creativity, you know, it was during the Great Plague looking at history to kind of learn the lessons during the great play that Shakespeare created some of his most amazing works created Macbeth, created Antony and Cleopatra during the great play where they shut down London University there, where Isaac Newton had to physically distance himself.


He had to go home. Sound familiar, right? He was sitting in his yard one day, beautiful day. An apple fell from the tree, hit him in the head. It came out. He created the theories of motion, the theories of gravity. So what can you use this time? To create what? That blog you always want to start with that business idea that that that new category, that new invention that you that book you wanted to write or that music, how can you be creative?


And then finally, the last see of clarity. You have care, your contribution, your contribution. You have creativity, Lassy capability, capability. You have your to do list. I'm asking, do you have to learn list. Right. When people see photographs of me and Oprah and Ellen and and Bill Gates and all of these individuals, Richard Branson, we bonded over books because leaders, our readers, if somebody has decades of experience and they put it into a book and you can read that book and a handful of days get download decades in the days.


And so that's the biggest advantage I could think of. And so capability is what have you always wanted to learn that you said you never had time for and you have unfettered access to YouTube to many of you? How many of you listen to my podcast, Fifteen minutes and how to remember names, how to give a TED talk out of the best brain foods, how to change your habits, all those things, and you have access to this. You want to learn speed reading one, learn Spanish.


You can learn salsa. You want to learn what? What did you want to learn? It's available for you now. And my main message here when it comes to capability is my message. I wrote this book is the number one capability to learn in the twenty first century. It's your ability to learn faster, because if there was a genie and a genie grant you one wish but only one wish, what would you wish for? You would ask for limitless wishes, right?


That would be everyone. We wish for limitless wishes, I. Wishes I can have all my wishes come true. Well, if I was your learning genie and I could help you master any one subject or any one skill, what is it? Is it tennis is a coating? Is it what? Investing. What would be the subject or the skill? How it would be the equivalent of asking for limitless wishes. I think it's learning how to learn because if you could learn how to learn, you could grant all of your own wishes.


You could apply that towards money management, marketing, martial arts, music, anything. You have to start with an M, right? Everything gets easier in your life and the faster you can learn, the faster you get out. Because if knowledge is power, learning is your superpower. And so why to train people in this book is how to do those things, because I think those are the mental superpowers. Now, I know you want to talk about the limitless model real quick before we.


So you know what? What. Hey, so folks, I want to know out of those five CS, what what which one stands out to you right now, like in the chat here and on Facebook. Anybody watching the replay, what c stands out to you personally? I don't want to I want to give five of those books away and you can go to Limitless book dot com to get that book. And there's some awesome special bonuses and gifts there as well.


But I want to give five of them away ourselves. And so which of those C stands out to you, Jim? I want to know about this limitless model a little bit more in the remainder of our time.


OK, so here is the three step framework for learning anything faster. And again, I said that this is the ultimate skill because you could apply that towards everything in your life if you could focus on things, if you could study it, if you could understand it, if you could read it faster, if you could retain it and apply it, then you have the ultimate super power, the twenty first century. Now there's three parts this framework. I want to make this like a little master class here because you're going to make this extremely valuable.


I want you to think about an area of your life where you feel limited. What area of your life do you feel limited, like you're not making progress because limitless is not about being perfect. Limitless is about advancing and progressing beyond what you believe is possible. So where do you feel limited? Are you not making progress in your relationship? Are you not making progress in your career? Are you not making progress in your bank account? Are you not making progress in your impact?


Are you not making progress in your health and your wellness? Right. Think about an area of your life where you feel like you're in a box, you're stuck in that box by definition, has three dimensions, three dimensional. Right. The three forces that keep you in that box are the same three forces that will liberate you. All right. And I really wish this is taught back in school. So if anyone says idea about how to get this book in the school systems, know, I wish I had this back in school, like a lot of stuff that you're teaching, like there while people are rising up, that this should have been basic curriculum that back in elementary school and back in high school.


So think about an area of your life where you feel limited. Let me show you why there are three forces that keep you in that box. So I want everyone to draw a Venn diagram. Venn diagram are three intersecting circles, three intersecting circles. And so it's kind of like Mickey Mouse, two years that overlap a little bit and a face that overlaps with the other two year. So all of them connect in a way, and they all converge right in the middle.


Three intersecting circles, three intersecting circles. This is the limitless not only to give it to in five minutes. And this is you're going to take this away with you in every single time. There's a gap between where you are and where you want to be. You have an explanation right here on this piece of paper. The lines are going to look at through. So the three ends I'm going to give you three M's are these three circles. Now, the last time our methods write this book initially was one hundred percent on methodology, how to read three times faster, how to understand what you read, how to remember names, how to learn languages, facts, figures, formulas, solve your problem problems, change your habits, methodology.


And then I was like before I sent it to my publisher, I had send I was like, Will one hundred percent of the people get the results they were hoping for from this book they read, my honest answer was no, because a lot of people know what to do. They don't do what they know. So there's two elements that come before methodology, and those are the two other M's. The first one is your mindset. The first circle is your mindset now mindset I'm defining as your set of assumptions and attitudes about something.


I think about this. Take a breath, exhale. Get present with me your attitudes and assumptions about the world, your attitudes, assumptions about entrepreneurship, your attitudes, assumptions about people, attitudes, assumptions about yourself, about money. Right. That affects everything. What would fall in that category three things that that would affect you. No. One, what you believe is possible. No. To what you believe you're capable of. So you could believe that that's possible for for Tony Robbins and Bedros Sara Blakely.


But that's not I'm not capable of that and now will keep you in that box and then also what you believe you deserve. Right. So, for example, I could go straight to the methods and teach somebody how to remember names if their mindset is I'm not smart enough or I have a horrible memory, I'm too old. I had this head injury. Whatever it is, you're still be stuck in that box, right? That's your mindset. Now, the second is motivation.


Motivation. Now, I have a formula for sustained motivation because it's not about getting hyped up and getting really excited and saying, OK, I'm going to do tomorrow and do A, B and C and the next day happens and it's just worn off. Right like that, linnear. This pill, if you saw a movie with Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, he takes a pill and all of a sudden he has this incredible memory. He's learning languages, wrote his book in like a week.


His focus and concentration, his surge of motivation. But the next day, when the pill wears off, he falls back down people's motivation. So three parts to sustainable motivation. If you procrastinate, want to pay careful attention to this, it's P times E times s three. This is the formula for sustained motivation P times E times s three. And I'll go deeper in this in the after conversation. So P 20 times s three. Now here's the thing.


Let's say we're going to do a thought experiment. We are going to build the ultimate motivated human being. And what are the elements that needs to be there? And the evidence that someone is motivated is not what you say. It's not what you feel, even what your team says or your children say or your spouse says. It's what you say or what you feel. It's what you do. You only know someone's motivated. They're consistently taking action.


Right. So what are the keys? The P stands for purpose. You must have purpose. And I don't mean a life purpose, although I give you a very amazing exercise in the book on how to be able to tap into that. I mean, a reason, because ultimately when you look up, the definition of purpose is having a reason. And so let's take working out. All right. We know that we should be working out, exercising regularly, that as your body moves your brain groups, you literally create brain derived neurotrophic factors, which is like fertilizer for your brain.


And so as you do that, if you're not consistently exercising, then what's missing could be the first thing, which is purpose, having a reason and not just intellectual reason. Many of you know the things you should do, but common sense is not common practice. You have to feel it to feel the rewards that come from doing that thing, and you have to feel the consequences and the pain and being uncomfortable of not following through. So that's the reasons, reasons why results.


And then my mind said, OK, we're doing a thought experiment. Great. If you have purpose, specifically talking very, very fast to get as much information as possible, if you have purpose, well, that person always be motivated. And my answer is no, they can be missing. The E stands for energy. Let's say somebody has all the reasons in their heart to be able to to to exercise and eat well and read forty five minutes a day.


It takes about forty five minutes a day reading to read one book a week. If the average reader if you could be reading speed to fifteen minutes a day. But let's say you want to be able to read an hour a day or work out an hour a day and you feel the purpose but you're lacking the energy because you have a newborn child and you have slept in three days, or maybe you ate a big processed meal and you're in a food coma.


You're not going to study and read. You're not going to be motivated. So you must have energy. So that's why in the book I share the ten most important things to do for mental energy to clear mental fatigue. And then finally my mind went, OK, if you have purpose and you have energy, will you always be motivated? And I said, no, that person one last thing could be missing. It's an exception as three three S's, small, simple step, small, simple step, because what keeps people from being unmotivated is they could have this thing that they want, but it's too big and a confused mind doesn't do anything just like your customers.


If they're confused, they don't do anything. Clarity is power. So maybe they want to build that. They to get a million followers. They want to build the next billion dollars online brand. They want to have the perfect body meet their soulmate, whatever that is. You have to break that down because inch by inch, yard by art, it's way too hard. How do you find your small, simple step magic question? What is the tiniest action I could take that will give me progress towards this goal?


I cannot fail. What is the tiniest action I could take to make progress towards this goal? I can not fail. So instead of working out for an hour, which could be very intimidating for some has never worked out before, maybe it's putting on your running shoes. That's a small, simple step. Maybe it's not reading forty five minutes a day for someone who doesn't read a book a year. Maybe it's opening up the book or reading one line.


Here's the thing about consistency. Consistency compounds little by little. A little becomes a lot. So that's a formula for motivation. P times E times s three. Finally you have the methods which are the process where the mindset is what's possible, possible. The motivation is purpose and the methods are the process. Now, here is the here's the caveat is for everybody as we end. When you're looking at this diagram, this Venn diagram where mindset crosses over with motivation, you have three I's inspiration, inspiration, mindset and motivation.


You have inspiration and you have mindset, expert mindset, books, great book, Carol Dweck mindset, motivational speakers, motivational books where they cross off over you of inspiration. You have inspirational speakers, inspirational books, inspirational movies and inspirational movie will touch your mind set what's possible and I'll give you some energy for motivation. But you're inspired, but you don't know what to do because you don't have the methods. And then finally, if you have the mindset and the methods where that crosses over, you have ideation mindset.


You believe it's possible in your mind. Ideation is you have ideas of what you could do in terms of methods, but you lack the motivation. So that's. And just as an idea, and then you have motivation and methods, motivation and methods, I don't know if I could share the screen just as a show, I could show people what this is look like. There you go. You should have said that the last one is this where Method's crosses over with motivation.


You have implementation, implementation, the third eye motivation and method of implementation. And so you're motivating a purpose. You have energy and you know what to do, to remember names, to read faster, to be able to market yourself, to be able to to negotiate maybe other methods. But we're still stuck in that box because you're only going to be able to achieve what your mind set believes is possible. But you believe you're capable of what you believe you deserve.


Final I is in the middle here. The fourth eye is integration. The three M's and the three eyes converge right in the middle. You have integration. Integration like integer or integral is your whole. And that's the that's just who you are. That is the limitless state. Now, when you're going through this model, this is the framework again, if you ever feel limited in area of your life, but you're going to do is superimpose this model and say, am I not getting out of this box because of what I believe is possible, what I believe I'm capable of, what I believe I deserve, and then you can address it.


Or maybe I don't have purpose or I don't feel the purpose for doing this. And maybe I shouldn't be doing it because my actions aren't aligned with my values or do I not have enough energy because I'm around energy? Vampires, family and friends steal my dreams and they just take all my batteries, right. Or might not break it down to small simple steps? Or am I using an old method for booking stages and old method for negotiating methods of social media marketing, all methods of reading, all method for studying.


Then you can address it and it becomes a role modeling filter to be able to see people who are geniuses. Because I believe genius leaves clues and then say, what's that person successful? What's their mindset, what's their motivation? What is the method that they're applying and using? So my message for everybody here is do not downgrade your dreams to meet this current situation. That's a mistake everyone's making. They're downgrading their dreams to meet this current situation. Instead, upgrade your mindset, your motivation and your methods to be able to meet your dreams and your destiny.


Dude, I love that. And guys, I love that somebody already posted in the group. The framework is already in the rise up World Group. Like we've got that framework that Martin already posted five minutes ago in the group. Hey, guys, this is what I want to do. I want to give away what is your biggest takeaway from Jim? And here's the thing. He covered a lot in a short amount of time. But the beauty is you can go back and watch it like this is content that we provide to this group that lives here for you to go back and watch.


And so what was your biggest take away from Jim? I want to give another five books. You can get a limitless book, Dotcom. Let's give actually ten books to your biggest takeaway from Jim today. What was your biggest takeaway? Jim, final thoughts before I give our homework assignment and then I'm going to give we're going to go back stage.


Absolutely. I mean, we use the metaphor of a butterfly. Remember these small, simple steps that you don't have to spend eight hours unclarity, eight hours on care, eight hours of contribution, just five minutes.


Five minutes makes a big difference. Five minutes on care for yourself. Five minutes for clarity, five minutes on contribution or five minutes on being creative and just writing or doing something creative or five minutes. I'm just reading something brand new to expand your mind, reading your mind what exercise is to your body mind. My final words for everybody is this that your life is like a cocoon. And if a cocoon is broken by an outside force like that is right steps in that cocoon its end.


But if it's broken by an inside force, life begins. Great things begin on the inside and you have greatness inside of you. You have genius inside of you. And while viruses and fear are contagious, you know, it's contagious. Also, positivity, performance, kindness and this and wisdom. The stuff is free. So. So sprinkle that stuff everywhere. I love it.


So, hey, this is what I want us to do today. This becomes a really important thing. This becomes a very important homework assignment that I want to put out there today. And Jim is offering his number one of his top courses on speed reading, which will three times the amount of how much you read three times faster than what you read today. It's a huge track that I am on. Limitless will be one of the three books that I'm actually reading.


I'll be talking about my biggest takeaways in this group. Leaders are readers again, that if you want to level your your learning and life reading is your mind what exercise is to your body. It's the fastest. The faster you can learn, the faster you can learn. So everyone's going to be the winner that you choose is the one that's going to get access to this program. Give students one hundred ninety five countries on average, three times improvement on reading speed with better comprehension and better focus.


And so we're we're we're excited about that. And also, before you do that, just I would I would encourage everybody right now, people have no idea what goes on behind the scenes with Pete and the entire like how many? Parallel processes to create this experience, so let's give a hand also to the amazing team for rising up to this occasion, because now is the time for a time. We need this time more than ever where we're encouraging each other.


Everyone needs somebody to challenge them, to support them, to let them know they're not alone, to cheer them on. If you haven't found that person in your life, be that person for somebody else. And I encourage everyone to screenshot this conversation right now and then tag P tag myself at Jim. Quick attack everyone that's involved in this incredible program and post it posted and share your AHA's. And I'll actually repost some of my favorites also all around also.


And I just thank you so much for making this possible. I love it.


So, guys, I want you to be limitless in the month of June. And so I am asking you to create something powerfully. And this is what I'm asking you to create. There was a guy I can't think of his name off the top of my head. Jim, you would know the guy in California who came up with the program. Seventy five hard. I'm talking about Andy Priscila.


Is that how you say his name? Yes. Yes, yes, absolutely. So, listen, I want Andy came up with this program called Seventy Five Hard, and it was basically his version of creating a limitless being of who he wanted to be. And he had five things to this program. But listen, it's not about his program today. He wanted he said you need to for seventy five days hard. I want you to exercise two times a day for forty five minutes.


I want you to drink a gallon of water. I want you to pick a diet and stick to it. I want you to read ten pages a day and I want you to take a daily picture. And so I tried to put myself in that program. I did it well, but I didn't. It wasn't mine. It didn't feel like mine. And so what I am doing in the month of June, and it's a powerful program, by the way, and he created it for himself.


I am asking us all to be limitless. I'm asking us to go to another level in which we do something. And for literally for forty days, there's significance in forty days for me. I'm asking you to create your own program that is going to have you be limitless. And I'm asking you to actually this week tell us what your program is. Now, listen, I want it to maybe be a few things to five things. His thing had five things in his program.


I want you to create a training camp program for yourself, and I'm going to tell you what mine is right now. But I want you to create your own. Don't try to be Pete.


Create your own program, name it, create it, and then go do it. Use this use this motivation, mindset and methodology framework to actually help you in that. But here's my program. In four forty days, I am committed to waking up before six a.m. on weekdays and before seven a.m. on weekends every single day. I'm committed to thirty minutes of strength training and thirty minutes of cardio. Every single day I'm going to in intertwine with my new map.


It's a diet and nutrition app. Every single day I'm going to read. Or go through seven different books and courses through the course of those 40 days. That is my limit list plan of action to make me go to another level and we're going to celebrate your assignment is to design and architect your limitless program. And I'm going to encourage you that reading is a part of it. You don't have to do that. But I'm going to encourage you that reading is a part of it.


And you know that Jim's book will be one of those books. I'm probably going to go through one of Jim's courses as well as I talk about this because I want to learn faster. And so I'm going to ask you to design your own program and name it and keep it in a way like Beaudreau said, that yes, challenges you, but keep it simple in a way that you will do it to and make sure there is one thing that is difficult for you to like, one hard, difficult thing that you will accomplish.


So what's the name of your program and what's the design of it? I'm asking you to type that or post a video in this Facebook group this week and the winner will win Jim's course. But then the hard work begins next Monday and beyond for 40 straight days, where for 40 straight days we are going to get after it and become limitless, says Quick, as talked about today. All right. I know we've got limited time, but we'll make it limitless.


We'll make it limitless.


So, Jim, these are folks that I want I want these are high level clients and I want them to understand some type of growing or hack that I've seen.


You do like crazy because, you know, why don't you facilitate something with this group? And I might ask you a few questions as well.


Yeah, let's let's do this. And then I'm looking here at the chart here, so I'm happy to answer that fast, quick tips on how to be able to do these things. And thank you for having me. So over the next 20 minutes to the bottom of this hour, I want to be able to give you practical things that you could do now when you're looking at this, when you're talking about mindsets, mindset, motivation and methods, this is really the lens we look at things through.


And how do you do that while you take care of the software and the hardware? The software is how to remember games, which I think, by the way, is the number one business etiquette skill there is, because how are you going to show somebody you care for their business, their future, their finances, their health or their family, whatever it is you have to offer them if you don't care enough just to remember their name. So I think remember names is up there for a lot of people.


I believe to the most costly words in business are I forgot. I forgot to do what? I forgot to bring it. I forgot what I was going to say. I forgot the conversation. I forgot that meeting every other person's name just goes on and on and on. Right. And so these are some of the things I want to be able to upgrade their their methods, much like you would upgrade your phone. Right. Or you would upgrade your apps.


We don't upgrade those important technology. Well, the technology changes your mind. There are talking about your mind. Not only is there software, but there's hardware. You have to take care of your brain. So I'm going to give you really quickly, I want to make this interactive. Ten things you could do to unlock your limitless brain because your brain has one hundred chemicals. One hundred billion neurons. Right. It is the most powerful supercomputer on the planet.


But you have to care for it because you're only giving this one. And so here are ten things you could do because there is no such thing as a good or bad memory. There's a train memory and memory. And actually the stuff I'm talking about will help support you in this step for you to do right now, which means your brain. So here are ten keys for having a limitless brain. And when I go through these ten but I want you to do is rate yourself on a scale of zero to 10.


You don't have to share it if you don't want to. But I want you to assess it, assess how you're doing in that area, because you could do it's not one thing like Dr. Mark Hyman wrote the foreword of this book, many of you know, is thirteen New York Times best selling books. He's like Jim, it's like there is no genius pill, but there is a process for genius. And Jim give you the process for unlocking your best brain and your brightest future.


So it's no pill, but there's a process and you have to do all ten of these things and so yourself zero to 10, and then make sure you shine a light on the area that you're not focusing on. If you've heard me say this before, just remember, there's there is a common sense, a common practice. I feel like you only know it if you're applying it. So let's roll up our sleeves. Let's do this one to ten.


All right. The first thing that's good for your brain is good brain. Good, good. A book. A good brain book. Yes, of course. Limitless, by the way. It limitless. I don't need it to be the most bought book of colored people. Buy books and sits on your shelf. It becomes self-help, not self-help. I want this to be the most read book, the most read book because I won't be able to finish it.


And I actually have a chapter on how to read and remember this in any other book you're watching Lord of the Rings, it's the the one ring to rule them all. This is the one book to learn them all, the one book to learn all other books. So here are the here's the thing. Number one, it could bring diet, good brain diet and other certain foods that are really good for your brain. When we go through them very quickly, they're very neuroprotective.


This an area of science called neuro nutrition.


Because what science has found is that your brain has different requirements, nutritional requirements in your body. So here are some of those foods, avocados, blueberries, I call them brain berries, broccoli for the brain. Olive oil is good for the brain. Wild eggs if you if your diet allows eggs to clean and eggs has been shown to be good for the brain. Green leafy vegetables, kale and spinach. Good for the brain. Let's say wild salmon, sardines, good for the brain because your brain is mostly fat and those omega 3s are very important specifically.


And so that's that's another thing that people focus on number eight to. It's good for the brain to make lowers inflammation. Another thing, walnuts. As as Lin talks about walnuts actually look like the human brain is kind of interesting things to remind you that walnuts are good for the brain and also dark chocolate. Dark chocolate is good for the brain, not milk. Chocolate with a lot of sugar, but dark chocolate, which generally is good for your mood, is going to be good for your mind.


So that's an area of neuro nutrition that we talk about all that and we tell people how to memorize that list. But that's a good brand. Number two. Second key to having a limitless brain is killing ants. Killing ants has been clinically proven to be good for your brain. Of course, I don't mean the insects. I'm using Dr. Daniel of the acronym Automatic Negative Thoughts, Automatic Negative Thoughts Camp says I should be brilliant at our chocolates to bring food.


It's one of the brain foods. Right. And so how do you reduce the automatic negative thoughts? Because here's the thing. Your brain like super computer and your self talk is a program that will run. So if you tell yourself you're not going to remember names, you will not remember the name of the next person you meet because you program your supercomputer not to. Right. So you want to make sure you check yourself. So if you say, oh, I don't have a great memory, sad a little word yet and yet.


Right. And then it just opens up the possibility if you truly understood how powerful your mind is, you wouldn't say or think something you didn't want to be true. And that's not to say you have one bad negative thought. It ruins your life any more than eating that one donut ruins your life. But it's the consistency because your mind is always eavesdropping on your self talk. People come to me all the time at events during the break and say, Jim, I have a horrible memory, or Jim, I'm not smart enough.


I say, stop. If you fight for your limitations, you get to keep them. If you fight your limitations, you get to keep them. So you want to keep that positive, automatic, negative thoughts closing. That's number two. So no one could bring that number to killing. And number three is exercise and I mean physical exercise. People who are more physically active will do better on mental acuity, focus memory tests, what's good for your heart, going to be good for your head?


Because while your brain is only two percent of your body mass, it requires 20 percent of the oxygen, 20 percent of the nutrients. And so movement as your body moves, your brain, groups as your body moves, literally when you listen to my podcast or audio books or something and you're on a on a treadmill, something rhythmic or taking a walk, it actually helps you to remember it better actually also as well so that everybody lose your brain grooves.


But the problems were behind screens all the time. And I'm doing so many media, CNN and everything on on Zune fatigue. And you've got to take these breaks after a certain amount of time or concentration, our attention starts to dip. And during the brain break, as you take it, you want to be able to move. You want to hydrate, you want to be able to to be able to take oxygen, deep breathing, because a lot of people are tired when they read.


Because when you read something, a lot of times your your body is collapse and your diaphragm, the lower one third of your lungs absorbs two thirds of the oxygen. So just check your physiology because it affects your psychology. So that's moving all the time. I don't just mean like exercising three times a week, I mean moving every single day. So that's number three is exercise number four what's good for your brain, brain nutrients, brain nutrients and the different conversations people have about nootropics and brain supplementation?


I always prefer to get it through food first myself and it. But if you're short on vitamin B or vitamin E, it's going to affect your focus and your memory. And the most important one is omega 3s. And so brain supplementation. If you're not getting it from your diet. Again, I'm not a nutritionist. I play one online, go to a health care practitioner and have a food sensitivity test. Some people, they can have a nutrient profile done to see if you're lacking a certain nutrients that could be slowing down your brain.


Number five is a positive peer group. We know it's not just your neurological connections, it's your social connections. It's not just your neurological networks. It's your social network. Who you spend time with is who you become, who you spend time with as you become. Here's why. You have these things called mirror neurons and your mirror neurons are always imitating your environment. And so the reason why we become the people we spend time with, they say don't spend time with nine people because you're going to be number ten.


The reason why is you are your neurons empathy. You're starting to imitate the people around you using their language. You're adopting their habits. You're looking things that through their point of view and that really you want to be able to choose who you spend time with so you can love your family. But often if we're talking if we're getting real and raw here, often it's our family or friends, the ones that love us the most, that we give them the power to hold us back.


Not that they have the power, but we give them we give up our sovereignty. We give them the power. Because, you know, I spend a lot of time personally or I spend a lot of time, personal time in senior centers and nursing homes. I speak at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Brain Health. I work because my grandmother passed that Alzheimer's polish off their memories. But here's the other thing is I also hear a lot of regret at that time when you're taking your final breaths.


And the regret usually is I didn't date that person because of what people would think or I didn't. I started this career because my parents expect me to do this. And if you feel your life through the expectations and opinions of other people, you're going to run out of gas. Because when you get really real, when you're taking your final breaths, other people's expectations and your fears, none of that's going to matter. What's going to matter is how you laughed.


It matters how you learn, no matter is how you loved what's going to matter. It's how you live. So come from that place, right? It's a positive peer group. You can love your your family and everything, but be a shining example of what's possible. Do not dim your light because it's shining in their eyes and they can be sincere, but they can be sincerely wrong. Right. They can not want you to get your hopes up because starting this business, you're always listen to a podcast or what are you doing?


Because they don't want to see you outgrow them or they don't want to lose you or they don't want to see you get your hopes up. But again, put things into perspective and just don't take criticism from people. You would take advice without my advice. Don't take criticism for people you to seek advice from. That's number five, positive peer group number six, clean environments.


We know even Beatrice was talking about it like the human brain loves a clean environment and your external world is a reflection of your internal world. And and so when you clean your laptop, you put everything in file sources and everything else like that, you know that that you just have clarity of mind. You have clarity of thought. Your your thoughts get organized. That's why you make your bed right. He said that as you how you do anything, how you do everything, start your day with excellences, why they do it in the military.


Right. And the brain loves a clean environment. So clean your environment and then that's number six. Number seven. Let's take care of her sleep everybody. I mean how many times do you need to be reminded to prioritize your sleep? That's why in the book I talk about I talk about how to do the all these things, but really prioritize your sleep for three reasons for your brain. Number one, it's where you consolidate short to long term memory.


So if you have a long term memory issues, check your sleep and have a sleep study done, because some people don't realize they have sleep issues until they do like an overnight sleep test. Number two, it's where you clean out Plack that leads to Alzheimer's and dementia. So when you sleep, it's when you're at the sewage system and your brain kicks in and you clean out that beta amyloid plaques, that that buildup lead to a lot of challenges, these tangles and such.


And number three, the reason why I went to sleep is when you dream and as an entrepreneur, as an adult and we have a lot of entrepreneurs that are here with us. Did, you know is in the dream state that some of the most incredible inventions, works of art were created? The Mary Shelley came over Frankenstein in your dream. Paul McCartney came up with some yesterday in his dream alliance. How create the sewing machine, this invention?


In his dream, the chemist came out with the periodic table in his dream. I could go on and on and on. But when you're working all day or you're learning all day, your brain doesn't shut off at night. It's more active. It's looking to solve these problems. And so the first thing I do when I wake up in the morning, I talk about in the book Six Steps on how to remember your dreams, because most people are happy, have treasured you.


You'll sleep about 20 years of your lifetime, three to five years. We spent dreaming and you want to mine that for the treasure that's in there. So you when you put that means you have to be able to sleep.


And so all the all the hacks that we talk about, everything from temperature to lighting to sound and everything else, make sure you optimize your sleep. And then finally, eight, nine, ten for your brain, eight brain protection, meaning you're only born with one brain. You have one brain for your entire life. Take care of your brain, wear a helmet, monitor your kids. The traumatic brain injury. When I was five, I had two more before the age of 12.


Your brain is very resilient, but it's very fragile also. So make sure you take care of your brain, protect your brain. Finally, nine and ten, nine new learnings. And we know that there was a study done on nuns on longevity. They were living 80, 90 and above. They wanted to find out what was their key to the longevity. Half of it had to do with their emotional faith and gratitude. The other half, there were lifelong learners.


And because they were lifelong learners, that years their life and life to their years. It was on the cover of Time magazine. It's called Aging with Grace, Aging with Grace. So being a lifelong learner and obviously you're doing that right now because how your brain builds, we're talking about not just like a personal trainer. We'll get your muscles stronger, more pliable, more energized, more more agile, more flexible. I want your mental muscles to be stronger, more energized, more flexible, more pliable, more have greater endurance.


Right. And the key to workout your body. Is the same key to work out your mind, novelty and nutrition, you work out your biceps with novelty. Work it out and then you feed it nutrition sampling with your mental muscles. You give it novelty and then you give it the proper nutrition and then sleep, obviously. So new learning. And finally, number ten is stress management. This is a big one. Chronic stress, as we talked about, shrinks your brain, chronic stress or your brain chronic fear makes you more susceptible to colds, flu viruses, psycho neuro immunology.


And so what are you doing on a scale of zero to 10? How well are you coping with stress? Remember, throughout these 10 things, you're rating yourself zero to 10 out of 10 energy vampires. How much are you having? A positive peer group of 10 on your sleep? Zero to 10 on your brain feeds, zero to 10 on how you're protecting your brain during a 10 on brain nutrition, zero to 10 clean environment. Do all of that because you be doing all this and spend time with an energy vampire.


I think people are some people are batteries included. Some people are batteries not included and everyone's batteries for some reason or checking with your stress management, do all these things because it's not just one thing. There's no magic pill, but there is a magic process. Those are 10 keys. I love it, dude.


Hey, Jim, I know you've got just a few minutes. Let me power through a few questions, guys. Hey, Martin, I'm going to answer your question. How can we make your book the number one most read book of the year and how to get rid of the. Yeah, so, Martin, what I want I want the group to go and get a limitless book. Dotcom it's one of the books that I will be reading in the month of June.


And I'd love to. This is our this is our group that takes action, Jim.


And so I for sure. Yes, especially with that group, Jim, I'm going to power through a few and just let maybe get maybe three, three or four questions and then we'll let you go. Hey, Jim, I wonder how he reboots his brain when you have less time and have a lot to learn. How do you avoid the feeling of overwhelm while trying new things if you're doing a new project with so much to take in? Perfect.


Perfect. OK, so going back to a limitless model, my focus really is, first of all, there's a process for learning process, for reading this process from memory. So I have to make sure people have those processes and a lot of them to learn it through the book or online courses and such. But there is always a process for doing things better. It's just we weren't taught school, taught us what to learn and not how to learn those things.


That's why it's so important. But going back, what I'm looking for is a focal point, a focal point. I am obsessed with this idea that I did a podcast episode. I filmed it in a in a power plant. And basically the quick story really quick is that we remember things. Their stories is one day at a power plant. It's really, really busy. But all of a sudden it just everything just stops and the workers are running around.


Not knowing what's happened for an hour or two hours is still complete. Silence manager doesn't know what to do, so he calls up the local technicians like, you're lucky I'm right around the corner. Local technician shows up and he walks around the floor of the power plant for about five minutes and they are there. All these beams on these beams are all these electrical boxes. He goes to one specific beam of all them. And on there at all these boxes, he goes to one specific box, puts a big X on it, opens it up, as you'll find in the boxes with all these screws, all these wires, he goes to one specific screw.


He turns in nine and a half way. All of a sudden, bam, the entire power plant turns back on the matters, like, thank you so much. You saved the day. How much do I owe you? The technician looks at it. That's ten thousand dollars. And the managers like what? You were here for five minutes. All you did was turn one screw is like give me an itemized bill. Show me. Justify that no problem.


Reaches into his back pocket, takes out a notebook, scribbles on a piece of paper, tears a sheet, gives it to him. Man looks at as I get it you I see he takes out his checkbook, writes out a cheque ten thousand dollars and gives it to him. You look at the invoice, it says turning screw one dollar knowing what screw to turn nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars. Now the lesson here is not that you have a screw loose.


The lesson here is two things. In today's economy, knowledge is not only power, its profit, you are paid, you are here because of your and you live in this expert economy, right. And the faster you learn, the faster you could earn. But the second thing is that specialized knowledge is number two is that it was one screw that turned everything else on. I am so obsessed with finding and teaching those small little things that are those lead dominoes that turns everything else on like a force multiplier in the military where you take the same amount of input and you have huge rewards and output.


So I say if you want to learn new things, you feel overloaded. Focus on the small amount of things that give you the biggest results and you'll always find them in the system. And if you can't find them yourself, look at the podcast. We've done two hundred episodes on 15 minute episodes on these things. You could find them there to search by name on your podcast app.


Yeah, well, what's the name of your podcast called Quick Brain. Quick Brain. Yeah. Guys, get that. I have. I couldn't think of it. Hey Jim.


Outside of stress, what I'm going fast with, outside of stress, what shrinks your brain, what shrinks it, what's so, so fear stressed shrinks your brain obviously also not getting enough nutrients, not doing the things you need to do. All ten of these things. Exercise is great because it is oxygen and blood flow to your brain. Getting the right nutrients protects your brain, which also all that concussions, or if you're doing a lot of extreme sports that could have adverse effects on your brain, also use it or lose it.


The two biggest dips we see in cognitive decline when people graduate school because they feel like learning is done now, they're done with arming as opposed to education. And then also when they retire and often when people retire, they stop using this. If I put my arm in a sling for six months, when it a stronger, would it stay the same? No, it would atrophy. And that's that would also trigger brain use it or lose it.


Hey, Peggy, I would tell you, go read his book to learn to know what you need to do to learn faster, because that's not a simple question. Heather asks, what's the what's your opinion on the impact that technology is having on kids and as as humans right now?


Talk about this all the time lately in the book just came out just not even a month ago, I would say, has four impacts on us. Number one, digital overload, digital overload, too much information, too little time like take a sip of water out of fire. That's why we teach speed reading and studying methods. But that overload creates high blood pressure, compression, leisure time, more sleeplessness for you and your children. No to digital distraction.


How do you maintain your focus and concentration and ring dings, social media alerts, app notifications. So how do you do anything is how you do everything. As Boudreau said then most people are practicing their distraction. Muscles are picking up the phone. The first thing in the morning, have a video with over twenty seven million views on Facebook saying don't do that because that's how it's hijacking your brain. We retrain your brain for distraction. Reaction no to besides visual delusions, digital distraction, digital dementia, we're using our smart devices as external memory storage devices.


And so you can't remember to do you can't remember your calendar. You can't remember phone number. Now, I would say, how many phone numbers did you know growing up? A lot. Right. But how many phone numbers do right now? Like one or two. Right. Not that you want to memorize two hundred numbers, but it's concerning. We've lost the ability to remember one number or pin number conversations. We just so trained is no such thing as a good or bad memory.


There's a train memory, an untrained memory. Large chapter in the book is on how to improve your memory. I wrote it actually in Greece because I found out the goddess of memory. Her nine children were the nine muses of science, literature and art. And finally, the fourth supervillain Digital Deluge, Digital Distraction, Digital dementia last went digital seduction. And this is affecting kids like crazy. They're testing kids. They're saying they're not having the analytical ability of previous generations because they no longer have to think because we are being spoon fed information of what's recommended by everything we never had to see for ourselves because technology is doing it for us.


Like ways exactly. Like Dr. King says, like GPS, we have no visual spatial intelligence. We're following a thing that tells it here when it's obviously right there. Right. But we're not using logical, divergent thinking, problem solving. And that's why in the book, we teach creative thinking, problem solving, how to make good decisions. And I know where is our kid friendly version with this with Dawn. We when you go to Facebook dotcom, you get two bonus chapters.


This limitless model applied towards teams. What we do at Nike, Google, Facebook, General X, be able to build learning organizations. The second bonus chapter. There is a limited list for kids, for any parent or any educator. Please read that chapter in detail. The limitless model. How to motivate your kids, how to get their mindset on growth mindset. The daily practices on how to study, how to read before they learn these bad habits of reading an old, antiquated ways of memorization and studying them.


Promise. Final question. How we ended a couple of things that have made Jim quick so successful in his life, his career. What are I know? I know learning is one of those and the brain is one of those. What would be a couple of things that have allowed you to really create success in your life?


How that would end with this is like my. Formula is you have your to do list, but I think the formula really has to be is be to have share. That's a formula B to have share. And so what's on your your to B list? What's on your to do list, what's on your list and also what's on your to share list. I believe that most people, you know, they they try to jump to the half and win the lottery.


But we know all lottery winners. They always go back down to below what they started with because they went to the stage and they were never being a millionaire and doing the things millionaires do.


And so I would say the success formula for life, learn, earn, return, you learn so you can earn some more to be able to return, you know, and you take your passion and your passion is what lights you up. What might be up is learning your purpose spotlights other people up. So my passion is learning. It lights me up. Teaching people how to learn is how it's my purpose in my life and it's what I've done for twenty eight years now.


I haven't deviated from it. You know, my my mission is no brain left behind. And so I would say, OK, just focus on who you want to wake up in the morning instead of all the things you need to do. Look at your list that day. Who do you want to be today? Who's counting on you to really show up today? So thank you so much for having a lot of love.


Everybody in the gym. Thank you, man. I appreciate you giving him a lot of love. Mr. Gym, quick, we appreciate your gym. Thank you for what you do. Appreciate you.


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