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The Start Teaching Guitar Podcast

STG 083 : Are You Ready To Teach Guitar Full-Time?

 

  Making the leap to teach guitar lessons full-time can be a scary proposition. How do you know if you’re really ready? How do you even know if it’s the right decision for you? Making your teaching studio a full-time career can be one of the most liberating experiences of your life, as long as […]

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The Start Teaching Guitar Podcast

STG 046: 7 Ways You Can Succeed as a Guitar Teacher In the New Year

http://media.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/p/content.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/STG046.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe new year is already here, and it’s the PERFECT time to re-evaluate your teaching business and focus on a few areas that can bring you some strategic growth. In this episode I’ll give you 7 specific areas you can focus […]

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The Start Teaching Guitar Podcast

STG 044: 7 Tips To Help Your Students Practice Guitar More Effectively

http://media.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/p/content.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/STG044.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSHelping your students practice guitar more effectively is the SECRET to becoming a better guitar player. If your students don’t practice, they won’t IMPROVE…and they probably won’t STAY with you for very long. If you want to succeed as a guitar […]

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STG 026 : Building An Emotional Firewall Around Your Teaching Business

http://media.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/p/content.blubrry.com/startteachingguitar/STG026.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIn this episode, I’ll tell you about how important your emotions are when it comes to having a successful guitar teaching business. It’s possible to fortify yourself emotionally and build a “firewall” around your teaching business so that when tough times […]

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Stuart Lovibond

Guitar Teacher Interview 017 – Stuart Lovibond

 

 One of the driving principles behind Start Teaching Guitar is that we can all learn from each other. This “Guitar Teacher Interview” series is a chance for us to hear from other guitar teachers around the world and hopefully get some ideas for our own teaching businesses. This interview is with Stuart Lovibond, a 17 […]

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5 Things You MUST Do After You Get a New Student

 

 Student retention is something not enough guitar teachers pay attention to. It’s easy to get so focused on getting new students to come in through the FRONT DOOR (through marketing and advertising) that you forget to make it harder for them to leave through the BACK DOOR. If you don’t focus on BOTH the front […]

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Scott Jensen

Guitar Teacher Interview 013 – Scott Jensen

 

 One of the driving principles behind Start Teaching Guitar is that we can all learn from each other. This “Guitar Teacher Interview” series is a chance for us to hear from other guitar teachers around the world and hopefully get some ideas for our own teaching businesses. This interview is with Scott Jensen, from Minneapolis, […]

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Daryl Tomas

Guitar Teacher Interview 011 – Daryl Tomas

 

 One of the driving principles behind Start Teaching Guitar is that we can all learn from each other. This “Guitar Teacher Interview” series is a chance for us to hear from other guitar teachers around the world and hopefully get some ideas for our own teaching businesses. This interview is with Daryl Tomas from Tamarac, Florida in […]

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Paul Andrews

Guitar Teacher Interview 010 – Paul Andrews

 

 One of the driving principles behind Start Teaching Guitar is that we can all learn from each other. This “Guitar Teacher Interview” series is a chance for us to hear from other guitar teachers around the world and hopefully get some ideas for our own teaching businesses. This interview is with Paul Andrews from Ashford, […]

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Adil Rahim

Guitar Teacher Interview 007 – Adil Rahim

 

 One of the driving principles behind Start Teaching Guitar is that we can all learn from each other. This “Guitar Teacher Interview” series is a chance for us to hear from other guitar teachers around the world and hopefully get some ideas for our own teaching businesses. This interview is with Adil Rahim, a full-time […]

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