Pretty easy, overall.
Gary is an entrepreneur, and has worked in the business industry for most of his life. He's incredibly qualified to be teaching entrepreneurship and he does it in a style that is incredibly informative. You never will leave feeling like you didn't learn something. And he doesn't teach out of a textbook either, rather he uses case studies and breaks them down, giving examples of who has done it right and wrong, what they did right and wrong, and goes into financial breakdowns that are in depth and illuminating and educational.
Being able to learn from actual people and businesses that really existed and what they went through was incredible, and the content was never dry. Gary does not make it difficult for students to get an A in his course, but he does expect participation and to be conversant in the course material for the day! I learned a lot of how businesses are started, run, mistakes that they make, things they can do better, and about going into financials and valuation.
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Advice for students:
To do well in this course you just have to stay up on top of the reading and make sure you have at least some analysis available to be able to participate in the conversation! It's a discussion based course.