I thought a lot about my last (laughs). I'm coming out of the gate already fired up, I tell you what. Give me this again. Just looking at these girls is really hard. Let me address a couple of things first. Why are they nine women? Cause I hear that a lot? I don't know, maybe men don't ask for directions. I have a lot of male followers. 33% which I think is extraordinary because I am a glamour brand so I definitely have a female branding. Kind of like newborn photography. You know, mothers photograph babies, women photograph women. I get that men photograph Playboy and Sports Illustrated and I don't like that divide. So the amount of men that have come in and started glamour businesses for me has been wonderful. The ones that did come up through the ranks in the last couple of years, just wanna teach their own workshops so I haven't had any male mentors that stepped up. So if you want to be a mentor, you have to work up just helping the community of glamour photographers while you buil...
d your own business. It was not, you know, you were chosen for any specific reason other than the photographers sitting here, not the women sitting here but the photographers sitting here have worked really hard on their business and really hard on giving mentoring advice, sage advice, constant support to other people in the group. So that's why they're here and because they've all built something really extraordinary and I can't wait to show you what they've built. Because it's really quite amazing. Now what it comes down to for me is, this is evidence, any scientist will stand in front of you and say, "Give me evidence that this works." Give me evidence or proof that this is real. Give me evidence that this is good. Give me evidence that this is viable and for the first time I realized, two months ago, I invited these mentors to my home in LA and I had not met seven of the nine. So seven of these photographers had watched me online and built a business having never met me in person and I think that is a testament to not only the model that I teach but to Creative Live. That online education is accessible to anybody in the world and you are proof that it works. Some of these photographers sitting here have gone from zero to an average of two and a half thousand dollars. And they are here today to tell you guys how they did it. Now I told you the first time I stood up and did Sue Bryce glamour. March, 3rd, 4th and 5th, my very first Creative Live workshop. I stood up and I told you how I did it. That I dragged myself up. I did it myself, I don't know how I did it. I got out of my own way, I confronted my blocks and so many of you starting out said, "Yeah but you're Sue Bryce. "So it was easy." And I don't know how I could've stood in front of you, more vulnerable and told you more of the truth than I told you that day. When I look at the last three and a half years I've grown extraordinarily as a photographer and as a person and as a teacher. So we're gonna talk about that too. Because I feel like my evolution has been really consistent with yours and you've all seen it because I've also been on camera the whole time. So, I think this two day workshop is extraordinary because what you're about to see is total proof that if you apply these simple steps with great courage you're gonna get somewhere. Alright, that's what it comes down to for me.