It's no secret that college, and design school specifically, is super expensive. i was paying a couple thousand dollars a credit for my classes in college. (I attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn). I am very glad that i went to school there and i do not regret it at all, but to be completely 100% honest, it only gave me the knowledge and technical skills to make the actual physical products that i would be selling but not the understanding of how i would sell those garments, and how others would purchase them. Not everybody wants to leave design school and work for a super large company where their job could easily get absorbed into somebody else's or where, after spending 4 years designing stuff that you absolutely loved, now you're designing the buttons that go on mens white dress shirts.
"...it only gave me the knowledge and technical skills to make the actual physical products that i would be selling but not the understanding of how i would sell those garments, and how others would purchase them."
Learning from somebody who attended and graduated from art school and is living the life that you someday want to live, is so important. real life experience is something that no school can teach you, its something that is so personal and real and having an inside scoop on how to save yourself/help yourself within a very intense industry is key to finding success. With my course, i am teaching you about every single very expensive mistake that i made while starting my business, and also teaching you how not to get screwed by other businesses/people (i did). I am also sharing with you real life experiences of how i did it ON MY OWN and WITHOUT AN INVESTOR. this is so important because so many times youre going to be told how you do something through hiring someone else. i did not hire other people to do my PR, or sell my clothes. I DID IT MYSELF. do your research, put in the work and you can do it too. i am proof.
who knows what the future will bring, if i will be creating courses about all of the things that I DID learn in the classroom, but for now i wanted to teach the things that i taught myself, because those are the things that i get asked about on a daily basis. Maybe people will be learning less in the classroom and more online in the future, and maybe even if online courses will someday replace college. Who knows. for now, i am happy to provide the information that i learned from doing it myself, and hopefully this will help you, too. enroll here.