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The Seminar Experience ...
I have considerable experience in teaching seminars. This calendar year will see me deliver around 120 seminars. My schedule will see me travel abroad five times as well as interstate, perhaps a dozen times.
I put a lot of work into both the preparation of the seminars and of course, the delivery on the day. It takes a strong work ethic, exemplary communication skills, attention to detail and an ability to adapt to the widely varying needs of those who engage me. The seminar content, and design thereof, is only the ‘tip of the iceberg’, so to speak; the teaching of seminars is an art in and of itself, and like any art-form, is wide open to interpretation. I believe seminar participants deserve nothing other than an optimal experience. I believe this because I understand (even of they do not) the contract they have made; and it is this: each and every one of us, has a limited amount of time left on this journey we call life – and that time is not ‘recoverable’, it is a very ‘finite’ resource and it is the most valuable thing that each of us has to spend. We, each of us, has traded some of our precious time, to earn the money that we spend on training/seminars; we then spend even more of our time on attending the training/seminar – and so, in knowing this, in knowing the price each person has truly paid to spend time on the mat with me, I cannot but put my heart and soul into the privilege that is teaching/instruction.