How To Learn Faster With The AFT Learning Model

Learn Faster WIth The AFT Learning Model Magnetic Memory Method Podcast Feature ImageIf you’ve been trying to learn faster and keep getting stuck, chances are you haven’t got the AFT Learning Model on your side.

And if you’re someone who invests in coaching so you can reach your learning goals and they’re not aware of how learners need Action, Feedback and Triggers, then you need to reconsider the person you’ve got on your side.

To clarify just why the AFT Learning Model (Action, Feedback, Trigger) is so important to learning, Edan Kertis of MyQuest joins me on this episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast.

Success is something we understand very well at a neuro chemical level.

The questions is…

How will our educators use the best 21st century technology has to offer to magnify their ability to coach us toward results?

And is it even possible?

Can Coaching Apps Really Help You Learn Faster?

As a memory blogger, vlogger and podcaster, I truly believe that it is possible to learn faster and remember more  using the kind of software Edan has created.

And there is a long track record of seeking insight into the matter…

  1. I’ve posed similar questions to Gabriel Wyner, creator of the Fluent Forever app.
  2. Olly Richards and I have also discussed the ins-and-outs of this topic when it comes to getting the most out of online language learning courses.
  3. I’ve talked about mnemonics and language learning in “virtual Memory Palaces” with Timothy Moser.
  4. I hope to get Jaron Lanier on the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast to talk about Dawn of the New Everything and his views on VR as a kind of Memory Palace.

And the reality is…

I keep my mind open, but…

Not so open that my brain falls out.


Because the threat of Digital Amnesia is real.


Some people are taking related technologies into some pretty dark territory.

Then there’s Neuralink.

Don’t think it can’t happen.

And before you open your skull to receive, understand that there are at least 7 Reasons Having A Memory Implant Would Really Suck.

Yes, the technology really can grow so small that our coaches start crawling into our heads.

The Future Of The Magnetic Memory Method App…

Despite my concerns over these technologies, I’m still open to designing a Magnetic Memory Method app.

In fact, a wireframe for a very good “passive training app” already exists.

This app is probably best used in hospitals for helping stroke and brain trauma victims recover their memory abilities. But it could help every day people remember more and learn faster too.

It’s pretty clear that MyQuest could help create a “guided” version of the Magnetic Memory Method Masterclass.

We shall see what the future brings as I continue to explore the discussion Edan and I started a few years back in Tel Aviv.

In fact, Edan introduced me to Hummus Mshawsha, one of the city’s best kept secrets. It’s also become one of my favorite Memory Palaces.

Mshawashe Hummus Restaurant in Tel Aviv

I’m very honored to have an ongoing discussion like ours with such an accomplished entrepreneur and technological innovator.

If you haven’t heard our previous discussion about the role of questing in your education, you’ll learn a lot from Edan. And you can fill out our survey about the MMM app yet to come on that page.

How Fast Do You Want To Learn? 

At the end of the day, today’s episode of the podcast will help you discover the AFT Learning Model so you can make better education choices.

It will always be based on your learning style.

Whether you’re into using Stoic Secrets For Using Memory Techniques With Language Learning or…

You want to reach your memory improvement goals with “Atomic Habits”

This discussion will put you in good stead.

Let us know in the discussion below just how the ability to learn at a faster speed would improve your life – and what you’ll do when you can.

That’s your call to action.

You’ll get feedback when you post.

And I promise I’ll say something that triggers further action to keep the right kinds of action flowing towards the right kinds of feedback and triggers in your learning journey.

Sound like a deal?

2 Responses to " How To Learn Faster With The AFT Learning Model "

  1. Hi Anthony Metivier!

    Sounds pretty practical, like the experience we get in real life.

    The sparks that make us to continue with our efforts to get our goals. Fortunately, I have de motivation but for me is a challenge because I need to create the right environment to be successful.

    I have the trigger (my books, courses, videos, etc). My time is not only mine, but I need to share with others.

    Commonly, I find few people who like to learn more. They have different interests. I share MMM Masterclass anyway.

    Between US and Mexico, you rarely find a student group more than 7 interested on any subject class. I see that most students are failing. I do not know how is in other places around the world. I only know, that Asiatic people have more discipline, consistency and good study habits.

    This creates anxiety and stress in me. I need to create experiences with my studies. I am working on that. Now I am reading all the material to make me feel familiar. I was a student with honors in the school when I studied in Mexico.

    Very interesting interview. I will go back to re-listen it. Thanks for sharing!

    • Thanks for these thoughts, Maricela.

      It is true that interests are changing around the world, but I think it’s also not new that many people aren’t interested in school.

      I personally focus on the positive and not about geographical or cultural lines. There is something that has always been happening throughout history and across the globe:

      Those who love knowledge share their enthusiasm for learning and that is infectious. The more they can share without an agenda or trying to control the outcome, the more people seem to be interested and the real paths to knowledge thrive even in an environment that might seem hostile to it.

      Keep on learning and thanks as ever for your contributions to the discussion!

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