The Mindset for Accelerating Learning Part 4

Rintu BasuAccelerated LearningLeave a Comment

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In this, part four of the series you will discover how a teacher used a simple process to take an average maths (yes, that’s how we say it in the UK, birthplace of the English language) student and turned him into an obsessive, creative and spectacular mathematician.

Mindset is the Key to Learning

This video is the one that really shows you the key to how you can develop an automatic accelerated learning mindset that just hoovers up knowledge and develops them into skills faster than you would think possible.

To properly understand what is going on here though you really need to have seen the previous videos in the series. So feel free to:

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Modelling: an Introduction

How can you use this?

Obviously once you learn how to model you have an amazing tool based on several different levels. From the example in this video you could model:

  • The mindset of the mathematician and the frames he uses to make maths easy, fun, artistic, creative and enjoyable
  • The mindset of the teacher that drives him to want to help his students into developing rather than just learning content
  • The process to profile the student enough to understand the potential and the sticking points
  • The persuasion process to covertly link the student’s motivation to the ability to learn maths

And I guess a hundred more models depending on how you are framing this interchange.

If you are thinking that by framing the situation properly you could use your modelling skills to generate powerful results then you would be exactly right.

The Power of NLP Frames


For example, let’s say you have found someone with a genius level skill. Let’s say you have found someone that can pull a minivan with his eyelids. Like this guy that I found on ODDEE You could model:

  • The technical ability to pull things with your eyelids
  • The pain control methods needed to apply such a skill
  • The process of learning the skill
  • The mindset needed to learn such a skill
  • The motivation needed to learn a skill that undoubtedly costs lots in pain and effort

And then past this by looking at a question like, “How else can I use this?” you can start generating all sorts of other models and applications. The pain control elements I think might have great uses. How to keep going when developing a skill that requires huge effort and pain to learn. Might be really useful to know as well.

There are more valuable applications that you can get from this relatively silly example but I will stop here. If you can think of some good, smart or silly applications or models that we could take from this then feel free to list them in the comments below.

The next video will delve into the common pitfalls and some of the smarter models that you can create with these type of tools, techniques and thinking. But the final video is only accessible through the Learn Anything 4 times Faster Mini Series so feel free to sign up below and:

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