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At this time you might be thinking: "Tom, I do not feel right taking my student's money for any guitar lesson where I'm not actively showing them something new... I feel like I am cheating my students out of a lesson they're having to pay for." My response is: your students aren't handing you their money to take "guitar lessons" and "learn information". They're having to pay you for RESULTS. Your most important task as their teacher is to get them the end results they desire by helping them reach their guitar playing goals. Therefore the only time you're "cheating" your students is when you're not providing them with training they require to get exactly the result they want from their playing.



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The truth is, promoting yourself in this manner will mostly attract students who aren't very serious about guitar lessons and/or don't know what they want to play on guitar. These types of students are likely to not take practice seriously, only take lessons for a short period of time and will not be very cooperative with your lesson policies.



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Not Knowing How To Keep Students For a Long Time (Years!). Your students will continue studying with you as long as you continue to find unique ways to add value and enrich their musical lives. When you do this, it is possible to keep students for 5, 6, 8, 10 or more years! One effective way to ensure that students remain with you longer is to have something to offer that will allow them to continuously advance as musicians. This becomes easy to do if in addition to private lessons you teach several group guitar classes that go in depth on very specific topics. This will allow your students to learn more from you in a new setting while also learning from your other advancing guitar students. Think about the students you have now. You know them well (or at least you should). Ask yourself, in what ways might you be able to provide additional benefits and value to each person you work with? To be clear, I am not implying that you should create an environment of "dependency". Certainly our goal as guitar teachers is to make our students grow so that they may become totally independent and not "need" us forever, but that does not mean you should not constantly look to add huge amounts of value to them for years to come! They should WANT to remain your student for a long time because of the benefit you provide them (not because you are holding them back). Although this might seem like simple common sense, the truth is the VAST majority of music teachers in general, and guitar teachers in particular, don't do a very good job in this area, and that is why so many guitar teachers and students struggle unnecessarily.