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Interesting facts about playing the guitar

Working Too Much "In" Your Guitar Teaching Business And Not Enough "On" It. It is very common for guitar teachers (and business owners) to get so caught up in doing the daily work of "teaching" that little action is taken to actively expand and grow the business further. As a result, a business owner doesn't really own a business; he/she only owns a "job". Of course your guitar teaching may expand on its own to some extent, but it will grow MUCH faster if you invest some time each week into doing things that will speed up this process. Focusing on promotion, analyzing and improving your guitar teaching effectiveness and business models, creating referral programs, joint ventures and partnerships all create opportunities for you to maximize the value you add to your students and expand your business! Schedule some time each week to plan the direction you want your business to take in the next 3, 6, and 12 months... By being proactive in this way, you will see many positive results.



and here is another

Avoid the issues I mentioned above by continually working to improve in 'every' area of your guitar teaching business (not just one or two). Once you do this, you will see exponential growth that will give you the ability to expand your business while working a lot less hours and putting out much less effort.



and finally

Solution One. When you teach your guitar students something new, spend a significant amount of time (about a quarter of the lesson) showing them how to practice it. Do not show them a ton of new stuff without helping them learn how to actually practice it.