His passion for math and sharing that passion is evident and it taught me how important it is for me to share my passion with my own students. It seemed this video was more about his own talent and not how everyone else can handle math. He has a talent, but he is very different from 99.9% of students so I don't think he really understands students' real feelings towards math. I think he is great to watch and entertaining, but I am not exactly sure what he was trying to get across. He stated that it was possible for students to be good at and enjoy math, but he just went on to talk about himself and not how to help our kids love and be successful in math.