The Magnetic Memory Method Podcast is your portal to creating Memory Palaces and using mnemonics for memorizing foreign language vocabulary (and a lot of other precious information too). Hosted by Anthony Metivier, the founder of the Magnetic Memory Method, a systematic, 21st Century approach to memorizing foreign language vocabulary in a way that is easy, elegant, effective and fun.
Black Belt Memory Review: Is Ron White’s Course Good?
Looking for an honest Black Belt Memory Review. This one includes an in-depth conversation with memory expert Ron White. It is epic.
Why Teaching And Teachers Fail You: A Conversation With John Danaher
John Danaher, the author of Automation and Utopia, joins me to discuss how and why teachers fail students. Luckily, there's hope!
How to Memorize Paragraphs, Sentences, and Passages Fast
To learn how to memorize a paragraph, start with this special focus first. Learn how to rapidly remember sentences and entire passages now.
How To Learn The Law: A Discussion With David Freiheit (a.k.a. Viva Frei)
David Freiheit joins the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast to discuss learning the law in the 21st century, its challenges, its rewards and its potential for creating positive change.
Rote Learning: The Last Guide You’ll Need to Read
Rote learning has few defenders. Learn the scientific reasons why it doesn't work and why memory techniques make a much better alternative.
How to Learn Something New in 6 Easy Steps
Can you really cram how to learn something new into 6 steps? You bet, and this tutorial shows you how, when and where to apply each step.
Helpful encouragement and useful advice
Just listened to another great episode, How to Learn a New Language Fast.
Dr. Metivier gives advice that no one else bothers to tell you - and this includes your language teacher. Simply keeping a notebook of your own words and phrases that are important to you makes you more interesting to your listener
and keeps up your own momentum in language acquisition much better than the endless rote drilling of verb conjugations (which are also important and necessary, but rarely exciting). Learning a new language does require a lot of memorization and practicing out loud (by yourself), so any time you can add
elements that personalize it will make it more enjoyable.
This is one of my favorite podcasts. Dr. Metivier is creatie and thoughtful, and he generously shares his great ideas with the rest of us. Thank you.
WHAT. A. WASTE.
Donald Trump WISHES he could be as full of hot air and blather on like this guy. I'd feel sorry for him if I weren't so embarrassed for him.
I can't imagine the fan mail that he reads at the start of many episodes is written by actual people. After he's finished congratulated himself at the audience to his liking, the second half of the episode is spent heading him talk about how the topic of that specific show is Hong to be something he's going to talk about, and why. And how why is key in knowing what the topic's how come into why he's going to explain when to use the topic in today's topic.
He should have an incel podcast.
The World’s Most Prolific Memory Expert
Dr. Metivier is, in my opinion, the most prolific teacher in the memory field. I’ve paid thousands of dollars for over-hyped promises that seldom deliver. Their training is usually regurgitated, antiquated training stuffed into a shiny new box.
Dr. Metivier’s training and private student group is worth 100 times what he charges. As a disabled veteran returning to college after 20 years, I was overwhelmed with the amount of information and how it was delivered. After a few months of taking Dr. Metivier’s training, I went from being overwhelmed to being one of the top students in all of my courses. I can’t thank him enough, he’s the real deal!