Back in the July Seminar, Jane traveled here from Georgia….a suburb of Atlanta. She could easily afford the trip and the other expenses. She was one of about 300 who have made the trek, drive, flight, from home to the hotel over the past 12.5 years. Just this morning I got the letter from her, shown below. Her enthusiasm. Her words. Her experience. Actually, it’s quite common for me to hear this from students after returning home. That’s just it. I HEAR it often, but she wrote it. There was another one recently in the same tone. I’ll feature it in a day or two.
Now, the reason for sharing this is twofold. First, to validate the positive outcome from those who come here. Second, to let you know, that I know many in the sound of my blog can’t come to Texas. The list of reasons why would choke your pc. You may be one of them.
Anyone can learn this. You’ve heard me say it a thousand times. It’s not about talent. It’s about guts. Commitment. Taking a wish or a dream and acting on it. When your dream or wish to come here and learn is literally beyond reach, maybe we can send it to you.
You know, of course, that hearing the concert on your Bose is cool but there is nothing like being near the orchestra where you’re in the same room with the strings, horns, and drums. Below is Jane’s unsolicited letter about her 5th Certification project. THIS part of Jane’s training she IS doing at home, after attending the three day class.