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 up, too, and your business is never as successful as you want it to be. In fact, some of these common myths can actually wreck your teaching studio if you base your decisions off of them!
This episode is part 2 in a three-part series on the common myths many guitar teachers tend to believe. In part 1 I’ll cover things like making a living teaching guitar (and how much money you can realistically make), finding new students, planning for your lessons instead of “winging it” and I’ll even give you a 5-part strategy for growing your teaching business to the point that you can sell it and retire on the proceeds. Whether you’re new to teaching guitar or you’ve been at it for a while, do yourself a favor and listen to this series…the truth can set you free!
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