The promise is not only that you’ll remember more… faster… but you’ll also be able to make more mental connections.
Although I personally don’t use software much at all in my learning journey, I have helped promote others who have great ideas and a proven track record of success.
For example, years ago we took a deep dive into Evernote when it was still all the rage.
I never hear anyone talking about it anymore, however.
These days, all I hear about is Obsidian.
That’s why when I learned about Aidan Helfant’s results using the software, my ears perked up.
And I just knew I had to get him on the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast.
Click play and listen in as we take a deep dive into the use of Obsidian as part of your learning strategy.
Who Is Aidan Helfant?
Aidan is an incredible learner who is creating incredible tutorials that help students enjoy going to college much more. His excellent blog covers a number of very important learning strategies, from mastering the Memory Palace technique to overcoming distractions.
Aidan’s teaching is well worth paying attention to because he focuses on the fundamentals:
- Learning habits
- Staying away from foods that are bad for your memory
- Aligning your true interests with your choice of degree
- The truth about multitasking for lasting success
- What it takes to really succeed at a university like Cornell
In all things, I suggest you get into his work and apply the ideas he shares to what you want to learn a.s.a.p.
In all things, if you want to beat procrastination, create dense mental connections without having to explore mind map mastery, and fill your life with meaningful activities, Aidan’s a great new voice on the scene.
Avoid the soul-sucking tedium of rote learning and actually enjoy studying for a change!