It’s great to watch attitude progression over the weekend. Students new to RawHyde gather on Friday night, drink a lot of free beer, and ask questions of those attending the advanced courses. Is it challenging? Will I crash? Can I do this? (Yes to all three.) At this stage, the men are just beginning the transition from orthopedic surgeon, CEO, entrepreneur—or whatever they are in real life—to wide-eyed kids eager to gain new skills. Saturday night, everyone’s sore and a little bruised, and you can watch the strongly analytical types working through their failures a piece at a time, trying to get to the root of their problems. More beer, a fantastic meal, and good company do their thing. Overnight, the subconscious chews on the lessons.