Active Focus: The Learning Curve

Initial active focus is like the baby learning to crawl.  

I get lots of questions on this front, mostly from the impatient ones, wanting moar, faster, Jake, right meow!  

That’s fine, it’s great to have enthusiasm, channel it productively.  Less great is me answering the same question four hundred million times which of course at least in part due to lacking free instructional videos.  

(If you listen closely, you can just hear the freeloaders moaning in exasperation, at the stifling lack of professionally produced, free guides for them.)

Fair enough though, we should at some point talk about the learning curve.

Here it is, in quick video format:

YouTube link

And there is of course the rather extensive active focus link list.  Hopefully you find (mostly) everything you need, in these resources!  



By | February 22nd, 2017|How To's, Q&A|

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