Brain coach Jim Kwik unpacks why learning faster is the ultimate competitive advantage, and his proven framework for how to do it.
Before he was looked to by astronauts, Olympic athletes, CEOs, and celebrities like Will Smith to teach them how to maximize their potential, Jim Kwik was just a kid who struggled with learning.
As a child, he sustained a severe brain injury that made it exceedingly difficult for him to concentrate or remember anything. One of his teachers even called him “the boy with the broken brain.”
Today, he’s the CEO of Kwik Learning and has been called the world’s #1 brain coach. He was also one of the first-ever authors to utilize Kajabi’s platform to share his message with the world.
As a part of his mission to create a smarter and more caring world, Jim joyfully debunks common misconceptions like “intelligence is fixed” and “genius is born.” Instead, he teaches that intelligence is limitless, and genius is built. It’s all a matter of upgrading your learning skills.
Pivoting to virtual meetups: how we pulled it off (and how you can too)
If you’ve ever considered hosting virtual group events in your business, it’s safe to say that now is the time to start. People are hungry for connection, learning, and growth.
And let’s face it: there’s never been a more forgiving climate to experiment with new ways of interacting with your audience.
At the start of 2020, after the success of our first Kajabi meetup in Irvine, CA, our brand experience team planned to take Kajabi meetups nationwide to five major cities across the United States. Venues were set. Flights and hotel rooms were booked. And luckily, our Denver meetup went off without a hitch.
James Wedmore explains how the label you take on affects the results you get
If you’re in the online business space, you’ve probably heard of James Wedmore, whose rags-to-riches story has inspired hundreds of thousands in online business. In 2011, he built a course on YouTube videos and earned $400,000 in sales within 30 days of launching.
The story you might not have heard was what happened three years after his wildly successful first course. It was January 2014. James had just had one of his highest revenue-generating months without a launch: $70,000.
Then he got a sobering call from his CPA.
“Your expenses were more than that,” she said.
Welcome back to another fabulous edition of the Meet the Kajabi Team blog series!
If you’re a Kajabi user, we want you to know that you have a huge team of people committed to your success. That’s why we publish this series: to introduce you to our team members who make things happen at Kajabi.
Today you’re going to meet Audrey Sperry, who started her career in the nonprofit world and discovered a craving for logical-based challenges. Programming fed that part of her brain. So she went an entirely different direction, enrolled in coding bootcamp, and became a software developer.
Name: Audrey Sperry
Top 7 takeaways from Self-Made Summit
What does it take to start and grow a profitable business? Thousands of business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs gathered virtually on June 16, 2020 at Self-Made Summit to find out.
Our stellar lineup of experts let us into their world, revealing their keys to success and most memorable moments. Here’s a quick roundup of the top lessons in entrepreneurship from Kajabi’s first-ever virtual summit.
1. Listen to your gut, especially when facing rejection
Rejection hurts. Being underestimated hurts. When you’re at your lowest moments, listen to what your gut is telling you and trust it. Jamie Kern Lima spent a decade building IT Cosmetics from the ground up. In the early years, her business was barely surviving on 2-3 orders a day. Pitches to QVC, Sephora, and other retailers were getting turned down, one after the other. With every rejection, Jamie wondered if she’d be able to stay in business.