I figured I would sign up for Sugar Geek Show month-to-month, if I didn’t feel I was benefitting, I could easily cancel.
Upon becoming a member though, I have learned sooo much. Being a Sugar Geek really elevated my work. The result is much higher-end, professional-looking cakes, which in turn, I charge more for and clients are willing to pay for. So the membership really pays for itself, it’s a worthwhile investment.
YouTube is great and all… but it can be a sinkhole for your time when not every video you watch is beneficial or poorly executed.
Liz has an amazing ability to really break down something that seems sooo daunting and advanced into manageable steps. Sometimes, I’ll even look at a cake now and be like, “Wow, did I really do that?!”
I love how so many of her techniques can be translated into other things, since becoming a member, I feel like the vision in my head of a cake is actually being translated into my hands from what I’ve been learning.
I love the fact that I can count on Sugar Geek tutorials to be beneficial and have solid content consistently.
Consistent, High-Quality Lessons
When I first started out, my biggest problem was that I had these cool ideas for cakes in my head, but had no clue how to execute them. YouTube is great and all… but it can be a sinkhole for your time when not every video you watch is beneficial or poorly executed. I love the fact that I can count on Sugar Geek tutorials to be beneficial and have solid content consistently.
I also love that I have really down-to-earth interactions with Liz and Dan. I absolutely love watching the live videos with Liz working together with her husband Dan. It makes learning fun and entertaining.