Since attending, I've been getting considerably more work done (my brother has noticed too). Anna Salamon's class on fungability prompted me to change the direction of one of our businesses. Plus, the CFAR people are just fun to be around!
I wrote a bit about it 2 weeks ago here on HN:
If you're in the Bay Area you might want to beta test the quality of the instruction for free at their Berkeley headquarters; they often have workshops in the evenings there. The next is on Thursday. If you sign up for the newsletter on their site you'll get notified.
Those books about finding success without trying too hard were a particular hit with young men, who identified with their quasi-scientific entrepreneurial spirit.
The schedule reads like a table of contents from a self-help book. That could be a good thing.
I'm just surprised how much traction lifestyle instruction gets with an unlikely demographic: 18-24 year old men with access to unlimited concrete learning materials online.