– Practical training given

– High return on investment

– Windfall potential

– Relaxed instruction in a private setting

– Minimal startup costs

– Network with successful and influential people


– In-depth interaction with another person, with all its associated benefits and drawbacks

– High requirements regarding quality of instruction

– The atmosphere created by actively practicing in a group is missing

– No opportunity to watch other practitioners’ attempts and learn by example, unlike with groups

– One-on-one lessons do not popularize the phenomenon among the masses

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