Yeah, what he said.
I agree on the notion of the seminars being a starting point rather than a silver bullet. Lots to learn, lots of work to do, and lots to think about. Some things went well, others, not so well. Which just means more thinking, more practice, and chance in the future to check on progress.
I often remind myself of the notion that we should never be afraid to step outside the lines every now and then. Go to someone doing something different. And sincerely give it a shot. At worst you'll have spent time finding out that it really isn't something for you and you'll never have to worry about it again. And at best you might find answers to questions you didn't even know you had and your perspective will become that much richer for it.