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Interesting facts about playing the guitar

Guitar Teacher Mistake Number Nine: Not paying attention to the length of time that each student comes back to take guitar lessons. One of the biggest misunderstandings that guitar teachers have is thinking that the number of guitar students they have relates to how successful they are in their guitar teaching business. In reality, this is not a very good way to gauge your success as a guitar teacher. Which teacher do you think is having more success: A guitar teacher who has merely taught 50 students in one year (but currently only teaches 15), or a guitar teacher who has taught 50 students in a year (and has kept all 50)? After making this comparison, it should be clear that focusing to retain your guitar students is a crucial part to the success of your guitar teaching business. If you can only get your students to come back to take lessons for a couple of months at a time, you have a lot of work to do. In order to become highly successful as a guitar teacher you should have students staying with you for years at a time.



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Not Understanding How To Achieve Geometric Growth Rather Than Linear Growth. Most guitar teachers only know how to grow their business linearly. They take one action in one area, and achieve some result. Then they repeat that same action and receive more results. Of course there is nothing wrong about this, but such an approach limits the amount of total growth you can achieve and the number of people you can help. Here is an example.



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Here are seven commonly accepted guitar teaching approaches that guarantee failure: 1. Giving Guitar Lessons At A Local Music Store. Many guitar teachers think that it is easier to teach at a music store (rather than on their own) and make good money because: A. They will have to do less work to find new students since the music store will do this for them. B. You look much more professional teaching from a music store versus teaching from home.