I also listened in…
Many of us remember Billy as “the new kid on the block”.
He asked a crap load of questions on just about everything.
Some feel he is not qualified still. But the guy was never afraid to ask a question he was not sure about.
Did he follow the flock, or did he ask and “evaluate” all the answers (many crappy) and make up his own mind (right or wrong).
Someone mentioned he was sued…
Well, if haven’t been sued, maybe your not out there doing anything to be sued for!
Billy asks questions, and more importantly “listens”.
I think he has the potential of putting together some good programs (you don’t have to “know it all” to orchestrate something beneficial to everyone).
There are some people that teach around here with no significant background and do not endeavor to advance themselves in their field of alleged expertise, and people still pay their $500 for the traveling medicine show. I don’t think you can put Billy in that category.
You learn by doing and you make mistakes by doing. If you don’t make a mistake you’re probably not doing.
If he can collect and disseminate information effectively by getting the right people involved and bring everyone together, he should be just as effective as NACHI and those that have gone before that have been/became training icons.
let’s give him the chance.
"But it’s not free!?
NACHI Training is not free either. You have to pay your dues.