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STG 135: Avoiding Overwhelm In Your Teaching Studio

 

  One of the biggest reasons students quit taking guitar lessons is because they start to feel overwhelmed. Interestingly enough, this is also one of the biggest reasons why guitar teachers give up on their teaching studios and decide to do something else for a living. Overwhelm is like a two-edged sword that can wreck […]

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STG 134: Busting Some Common Myths About Teaching Guitar – Part 3

 

  There are lots of myths floating around out there about teaching guitar lessons. They sound logical, so most people who’ve never experienced anything different just accept them at face value and operate their teaching studios accordingly. The problem is that when you operate based on wrong information, the results you produce are usually messed […]

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STG 133: Busting Some Common Myths About Teaching Guitar – Part 2

 

  There are lots of myths floating around out there about teaching guitar lessons. They sound logical, so most people who’ve never experienced anything different just accept them at face value and operate their teaching studios accordingly. The problem is that when you operate based on wrong information, the results you produce are usually messed […]

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STG 132: Busting Some Common Myths About Teaching Guitar – Part 1

 

  http://media.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/p/content.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/STG132.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS There are lots of common myths about teaching guitar lessons floating around out there. They sound logical, so most people who’ve never experienced anything different just accept them at face value and operate their teaching studios accordingly. The problem […]

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STG 125: How Mentoring Can Change Your Teaching Studio and Your Life

 

  Are you tired of spinning your wheels trying to grow your teaching studio, feeling like you’re going nowhere? Trying to grow a business on your own can be one of the loneliest and most frustrating experiences ever. The good news is that you don’t have to try to build your studio on your own; […]

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STG 123: Generational Marketing For Guitar Teachers, Part 3 – Baby Boomers

 

  Marketing and student retention get a whole lot easier when you really know and understand the people you’re trying to teach. There are three main categories of potential students out there that fall into three basic generations: Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers. Chances are you have some of each in your teaching studio […]

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STG 122: Generational Marketing For Guitar Teachers, Part 2 – Generation X

 

  Marketing and student retention get a whole lot easier when you really know and understand the people you’re trying to teach. There are three main categories of potential students out there that fall into three basic generations: Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers. Chances are you have some of each in your teaching studio […]

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STG 121: Generational Marketing For Guitar Teachers, Part 1 – Millennials

 

  Marketing and student retention get a whole lot easier when you really know and understand the people you’re trying to teach. There are three main categories of potential students out there that fall into three basic generations: Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers. Chances are you have some of each in your teaching studio […]

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STG 119: How To Open Your Own Music Store

 

  There are several ways to add additional income streams to your teaching studio, but one of the most interesting ways is to open your own music store on a small scale and resell musical instruments, teaching materials and guitar accessories to your students. If your business is well-enough established, your guitar students can be […]

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