Did you know that a lot of people call Sacramento “the big Sac?” Your mind might head to the gutter when you hear that, but get it out of there. For me, this makes me think of Japanese food magnate Sakamoto and his tennis match against Jimmy Dworski in Taking Care of Business. The movie does a great job playing with the themes of expertise and experience versus personality. Jimmy Dworski is the embodiment of personality over experience. In the movie, he gets the Filofax of an executive and takes on his business life. Instead of failing, Jimmy’s personable affect wins over Sakamoto.
When you work with trigonometry tutors in Sacramento, you get the best of all worlds. That personal touch is what we hope for with our math tutors. We want more than just lessons. There is so much more to gain when you build a relationship with your tutor. The reason that Jimmy was able to succeed where Spencer, whose Filofax he stole, was not is that he understands how to connect with people. When you get that experience with a tutor, it makes all the difference.
I still remember every lesson from my favorite English teacher because we bonded over our love of baseball. I would come into class every day hyping my Orioles, also finding any way I could to write papers about my favorite team. He would challenge me with his Red Sox, the far better team for my entire life, and write funny comments on my papers in addition to giving me the only As in English I ever got. It made such a difference to me and, while I hated English beforehand, I ended up minoring in writing in college.
The bond you build with a Sacramento trigonometry tutor will hopefully be just the same. We want you to love your local tutor.