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Guitar Teacher Mistake Number Seven: Not understanding how to approach teaching guitar when a student 'doesn't get it'. New guitar teachers usually struggle when coming up with alternative ways of explaining ideas in a manner that makes sense to any of their students. Additionally, these same guitar teachers will normally try to show their guitar students new guitar concepts by using their own learning style (instead of focusing on 'the student's' learning style).



and here is another

Do some of your guitar students seem to make almost no progress at all regardless of what you teach them? This frustrating scenario happens very commonly for all guitar teachers. If you do not find a solution to help your students get the results they want, it will have very negative effects for both your students and your guitar teaching business as a whole.



and finally

Many guitar teachers would nod in agreement to at least one of the questions above. Many years ago, I was no different. I used to have a difficult time balancing the challenges of trying to help more guitar students, become a more effective guitar teacher, growing my guitar teaching income, and having anytime left at the end of the day. When I began teaching guitar, I had only a few guitar students and struggled to support myself on guitar teaching income only. My biggest challenges were getting consistent results with different types of students, having reliable systems in place for attracting more students and keeping my existing students from quitting before reaching their musical goals. I also couldn't see an effective way to increase my income other than increasing the number of hours I taught or raising my lesson rates to very high levels.