I’ll tell you a quick story, my first course was shot with my barber’s brother in the hood. He’s like, “yeah man, my brother can help you shoot this. He’s got some nice Sony cameras.”
We didn’t even have a tri-pod.
We didn’t have two cameras, so every time I talked he’d come up and shoot my face. And then every time I’d play the piano, he’d come down and shoot the piano.
I mean, you can get sick watching…you can learn, but you might be a little dizzy. But you know what, customers later would tell me that was the most revolutionary program.
The system that I taught them, regardless of the quality, it was [the ideas] I was getting across … So I’m a proponent of getting started and done is better than perfect.