Ask yourself this question. In Judo, Karate, Aikido, or any of the martial art schools that use colored Belts to publicly rank a participant's talent, is the beginner with the White Belt any less of a member of the tradition than the Black Belted old timer?
The answer is, no.
Without the White Belters, there could be no Black Belters, and vice versa. All participants together make up the gameworld.
The same is true of the 'White Belters' and 'Black Belters' in the Trainer Guild. Trainer Path participants are in the Trainer Guild. We are all on the Transformational Path together, and there is no top end. It is impossible to be a finished Trainer.
The Trainer Guild tradition does not include ranking. Results speak for themselves. It is too easy to follow modern culture's illusionary hierarchies where one can hide behind a 'certificate' or a 'degree' on the wall, as if the paper saying you should be able to do something equates to you actually being able to do it...
There are only two rules: What you can do, and what you can't do.
No certification program substitutes for reality.
This is not the mafia where they point a gun at your head until you believe something is true. Belief does not fly here.
Trainer Guild Lab is 'radical transformational guerilla street Trainer skills exchange. The 'street' part means that your skills are road tested. They are real in practice, or else they are fake. The fake part does not fly here.
Secretly agreeing to pretend as if there is no gap between what a person should be able to do and what they can actually do does that person no service. The secret pretending is over.
Agreeing to hide the hidden competing commitments assures the failure of our friends. The hiding is over.