Volunteering to get to a studio and sit in front of a camera is the easy part. It’s what happens next, when the lights go on and you’re LIVE on-air, that counts the most. We don't leave that up to chance. In fact, we’ll never leave anything to chance. Our media training style is much like boot camp. And we suspect there are few among us who take this approach to the level we do. We want you to be outstanding at this. We’ll accept nothing less as an outcome. Since being a TV guest commentator is not a natural role for most, and you don’t often get a second chance to make a first impression, our goal is not to charm you. Our goal is to demand the very best of you. So, if you’re accustomed to the word “yes” in your professional life, we plan to un-accustom you. A bit harsh, yes, but necessary. At the end of the day, we'll do whatever it takes to ensure that you deliver every time without fail. After all, you're only as good as your last appearance. If that seems like pressure, it is. We utilize pressure to prepare you to stand up to pressure. Appearing on national television is a grand opportunity, and we want to make certain your appearance is one of many, not a one-and-done. So, think this through. Once you’re on board, we’ll be indefatigable in preparing you.