Comfort Zone

A couple of years ago I taught an advanced rigging course at a local University. When I received an evaluation from the students after the course, their feedback didn’t surprise me. About 20% of the class really got what I was trying to do, pushing the students out of their comfort zone and making them think for themselves, it wasn’t easy but they stepped up and went for it. About 80% of the class hated it and just wanted to be spoon-fed information and told what to think.

Guess which 20% will be the most successful and will grow to become future leaders in the industry…

Fred