Originally Posted by mikeschu
If I go to a workshop in this rotation SRW will be the only one.
My only concern going forward is if the group composition for this workshop will be open to exploring SRW or closed and fighting the weekend (and Steve) the entire way. No real way to know or influence that ... yet. Edited to add:
I'm not against anyone attending or doubting Steve's capability to guide the group. I think the right people will show up and Steve will be as awesome as he normally is in delivering a mind-blowing seminar. However, just like in any seminar the group composition has a lot of impact on the workshop experience. I was at CGW #2 and #3 and they were quite different from each other even if the topics were the same and with adjusting for Steve's delivery. I'm certainly expecting some variance on who attends SRW. It's just that due to the nature of this particular topic, who shows up will likely matter more than any other workshop that Steve's putting on.
If we get 90 Neos in the room with red pill in hand, bring canyoneering equipment because the subjective reality hole is really deep. If we get 90 copies of Mr. Data railing against the experience, it could be a very long weekend canyoneering trip into Dante's Inferno.
Dude, it's subjective reality. Meaning: you will get out of the workshop what you subjectively put into it.
I would say that if you are planning on entering the workshop with this mindset, you might wanna just go ahead and get your money back now.
Remember: subjective reality...i.e. YOU are creating this. Which means if you bring 90 Mr. Data's into YOUR workshop, then it's your job to figure out why you have created that.