Well ... if you do ... just get used to do doing very small lifts and measure your progress in weeks, not days.
My youngest kid bought this mint 2008 R6 in March 2013. As soon as he got it, he watched vids on how to do wheelies. [edit - now that i think of it, he stated doing wheelies the year before on his Ninja 250] He learned quickly and did them all the time. He had that bike about three months when he flipped the bike doing a wheelie, and totalled it. I spent a TON of time doing tail tidy, flush mount blinkers, BullDog Damper, and all sorts of other work on that bike only to see it destroyed in a single stupid moment.
A person comes to believe they are good at it. Then the smallest little surprise exposes the illusion.
I'll be frank that I think it would be way cool to do wheelies like other people I see. I wish I could do that. But man oh man I love my bikes and I don't want to hazard them. Plus, I do enough stupid things the way it is, without adding more. And, the fear of higher insurance rates, police problems ... and then there are those people - family and friends - who would be very disappointed if they knew I did stuff like that. So, the short of it is I have not learned to wheelies.
The youngest kid now has a 2013 Daytona 675 R. He got in in August of last year and so far so good. He still does frequent wheelies though I notice he can do them much slower and without the rapid acceleration of a novice. I think he's learned to do them as well as anyone you'll see on YouTube. But he paid the price with a bike, a trip to the hospital, and insurance rates.
"Be ready to pay the price."
BONUS - he and his Daytona, my ZX6R behind his bike. Photo taken last month before our first little ride of the season. Notice how well geared up he always is.