Start from scratch with a millet spray. Try and use the same procedure and hand each time. Slowly reach your hand into his cage with the millet between your thumb and forefinger and let him start to munch on it. As he's pulling seeds off the spray, talk to him in a calm, quiet voice. Do this for a couple of days and make sure he does not cower when your hand and the millet enter his cage. Move onto holding millet between your first and second finger when you feed / train him. Make the piece smaller, maybe and inch long or so. Move slowly and he will eventually reach over your index finger to reach the millet. Have your palm facing up. After he's comfortable with this, move the millet to between your ring finger and middle finger and have him reach for it. He won't be able to resist and while he's reaching he will put one foot on your index finger to access the millet easier. A few days of this and he'll be stepping on your hand before you know it. The key is to work with your budgie regularly, you can't do it once or twice a week etc. and expect him to learn. After he learns to eat millet from you hand you can become creative and feed him seeds or pellets one at a time by hand if you like. You want him to associate you with food and treats. Be careful to go easy on the millet- it has a high fat content and is not very nutritious. Make sure his main food dish is pellets, NOT seeds! An all seed diet is to be avoided. Good luck and I hope this helps!