Coming into a brand new program like ianimate I never expected to be overwhelmed with the amount of available learning material. I knew that Jason will be giving out his full set of existing tutorials and webinars when I join, but I completely underestimated the size of it all.
What's more is that the material is growing at a very fast pace. The main reason for that are the Q&A sessions. Sometimes they are just Q&As as the name suggests, but more often they take the form of lectures or shot analysis, simply the kind of stuff that is very hard to find anywhere and one you wouldn't want to miss. When you consider that at least two or three of these happen every week in groups other then mine, plus my own Q&A session, plus Jason's weekly two hour live demo/lecture/interview, I am looking at at least five hours of new lecture material evey week. Now, this may not sound like too much at first, until I have an off week and I miss on some of the stuff.
Being voracious as I am when it comes to these things, it is unsettling because I want it all but I can't have it. It is close to impossible to hear and see everything that is happening. Currently I am having a hard time of letting it go and accepting that I have to be more patient. Hence this brain dump, it helps me get over the issue. Thankfully, all the Q&As are recorded so I can always go back to them. There is also a few threads around the site discussing the content of Q&As and we even formed the "Cream of the Crop" group where the recordings of the best ones are posted. Anyhow, I feel really fortunate to have all this knowledge at my disposal.