Someone properly in business would wait until all three outlines for the classes were completed, but I feel that in a world full of internet it is silly not to get feedback. It is equally silly not to recognize that I rely on the good wishes of others and as such, it serves us both to be forthcoming and direct, rather than push to be as impressive as possible. If I am impressive, that happens because I am flexible and vulnerable, as well as dedicated and passionate.
So, here is the first "brochure" for the first class that I proposed last week. What do people think?
Too bright, too flashy, there's a spelling mistake in the second column, a word is missing (there probably is but the grammar check doesn't catch it and I can't see it). Perhaps it is too icy cold, perhaps too wordy, perhaps not clear enough.
I think it is encouraging. But I can always stand a little criticism (after all, the content provides that a DM should promote trust and enable the players).
Now, there should be a podcast today but we're having a few technical problems. My Soundcloud account is, apparently, limited in minutes. I would never have started in Soundcloud if I'd known - I presumed that because it was Google-run, it would work like Youtube. Nope.
So we're adapting the fifth podcast to run on Youtube. I hope. I'm told we should have it up tomorrow.