It’s amazing how people think that because they paid for a course/seminar or training, the trainer will spill all their secrets or they’ll become a master. I can relate because I’ve been there. I pay for one and come away thinking I’m now a master, I mean it was called a masterclass. Only to find out that the thinking part that made the work so good was missing from my thought process, and the tutor got so good through years of experience.
I think people should stop calling these classes master classes and call them workshops instead because can you really be a master of anything? But then again some of them just use it as a marketing ploy to get you to buy them. Think about it we all learn & get better till we die.
In some cases, if the trainer thought you their major secret(s) he might as well give you his bank account details & his client list, then be out of business for the sale of his or her course to the public.
I don’t know about you but I feel that they don’t tell you everything which could be intentional or they can’t because their ‘X’ factor is so ingrained in them that they are not aware of what makes them great. I mean they’ve been doing it for a really long time in most cases. I also feel that some of them just can’t share everything with the world, for whatever reason.
Be aware, paying for that really expensive seminar, will not give you what you require on platter of gold. You have a lot of work to do & the learning really starts after the course has elapsed. The best way is to go out there and make mistakes and take the so called “masterclass” as a point in the right direction. Like I always say, it important to push your limits, for that is when you start to achieve that which you value.
Finally I think you need a bit of luck, but you also need to be prepared to seize the opportunity when it arises. Hope this helps someone out there.
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