I would also like to inspire you to make your own family recordings: to grab a camera and visit some elder members of your family.
Discussing my business ideas with my friends, some of them told me,
that I am actually ruining my own business as an interviewer, if I teach people to make interviews, thus creating competitors for myself. But I think otherwise.
I honestly believe that each and every one of us should be able to leave a legacy here. And each and every one of us should be able to keep the family records of our life, so our children and our grandchildren will learn and understand and to feel connected to our roots.
However, I cannot personally see and visit everyone. Especially if you live outside of Hungary, as it would be very expensive for you to come and see me or for me to come and see you.
But I could help you, regardless of your location to make the most out of your own interviews with other members of your family. This is the reason why I have decided to provide webinars that are seminars on the net to teach as many people as possible.
I will be giving individual lectures on different aspects of interviewing with close family members. I will guide you from the preparations prior to the interview to the point when you can raise the most sensitive issues. I used the word lectures, but in fact we will have a dialogue. We will talk and you will get experienced, as I believe this is the best and only way to learn these skills. I will teach you how to make the best use of it.
I also have to tell you the limits of my teachings. I will not be able to train you into a professional interviewer who could open up strangers within seconds. You need lots of training and practice to do that as well as training in other areas besides just interviewing. Also you have to learn about yourself in depth. Nevertheless you may start a new journey in your life. With me.
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Amrita Sher-Gil was a genius female painter, with an unbelievable life-story. All Hungarian and Indian women should be proud of her, as she was one of us.
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