A few people, who don't live anywhere near Troy, Michigan, have
asked me if I would videotape the seminar thing I'm planning, so it
can be shared with others. Sorry, but for now, the answer is a
definite NO. And it's not just because I'm too lazy to do it.
1) The way the seminar is designed, being interactive, I think the
impact of getting it via video would be a lot weaker than getting
it in person. (Again, it's not just lectures, or a video would work
just as well.)
2) I don't want people who decide to go to the seminar, which I
hope will happen in a lot of different cities across the country,
to know what to expect ahead of time.
3) To have the interactivity of the seminar work right, I don't
want attendees being on tape, as I think it would influence their
ability to concentrate and participate openly and honestly.
Now, it's hard to say why these matter, without trying to describe
in detail what the seminar does, which I'm not going to do.
Incidentally, I hate being "put on the spot" myself, so I make it
really easy for attendees to participate as little or as much as
they want. So it's not like each person gets dragged in front of
the group and interrogated or anything. The whole thing is designed
to be comfortable, casual and non-confrontational.
So in short, if you want to know what the seminar is all about,
you'll have to find a way to actually be there. Again, the FIRST
one will be in Troy, Michigan, this July, but I hope to do many
more. I don't want to get melodramatic, but I think it may very
well be a life-changing event for a lot of people.