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If each of these elements provided you with 25% more students, your growth would now become geometric! The growth in each of these elements would compound on top of the others. Instead of expanding by only 25%, you can now grow by 144%! If your current state of business is at level 1, and you expand it by 25% (multiply by a factor 1.25) from 4 different business elements, your total growth is about 144%! (1 x 1.25 x 1.25 x 1.25 x 1.25 = 2.44 or 144% increase!!!). This means that your student count can go from 20 to 48 instead of 20 to 25 in one year!



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Not Knowing How To Distinguish Yourself From The Competition. The best way to distinguish yourself from your competitors is to not have any. Read the last sentence several times and think about what it means! How can this apply to your situation as a guitar teacher? There are probably dozens (or hundreds) of guitar teachers in your local area, so it may seem impossible to "not have competitors"....or is it? One effective way to make all competition "irrelevant" is to offer something that no other guitar teacher in your area does. Having several teaching models in addition to the standard one-on-one guitar lessons is one such possibility, but there are MANY others. The options range from changing the way you conduct lessons to thinking of innovative ways for overcoming objections of prospective guitar students that will make them want to choose you over the competition every time.



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All of this translates into you having to re-teach the student how to practice what they learned on guitar the next week (when they should've already been making progress from last week!). Here is why this approach to teaching guitar practice is a total failure: 1. The student doesn't have enough time to truly absorb the process for practicing guitar effectively. 2. During the lesson, your students might think they know what needs to get done to practice effectively, but when they get home and pick up their guitar; they practice incorrectly or forget. 3. You never check to assure that your guitar students are practicing properly because you have never actually observed the way that they practice. Watching your students 'practice' is different than just listening to them play. When you hear them play, you hear the 'end result', but you don't actually see the process they used in order to produce it.