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It is important to know at any age!

Not Enforcing Your Lesson Policies. Most guitar teachers who are new have a fear that enforcing their lesson policies will cause them to lose their students. The truth is, this may help you retain a few students for a short period of time, but will be devastating for your guitar teaching business in the long term. Here is why:A. This attracts guitar students who are not serious about learning. This means you will have to deal with students who are consistently late, do not pay on time and do not practice like they are supposed to.B. Due to the above point, you will use all of your energy on 'non-serious' students and have little left to spare for the SERIOUS students who really do want to learn, pay on time and practice every day.C. When you allow students to break your lesson policies, you will constantly have to deal with endless requests and complaints rather than actually helping your students become great guitar players. This means your students will not get the results they want, you will earn significantly less income, become frustrated and ultimately join the majority of unsuccessful guitar teachers I mentioned earlier.



and here is another

The fact that you are reading this article right now means you are currently unsatisfied with how much money you are earning as a guitar teacher (or you are ready to take things to the next level). With this in mind, you are certainly not alone. Here is the bleak reality for most guitar teachers: 1. Many guitar instructors have a hard time making ends meet in their guitar teaching business and make less than 35k annually. 2. Most people who teach guitar have no experience teaching highly skilled students. 3. The overwhelming majority of guitar teachers achieve little success and only teach for 1-2 years before quitting to work in a different profession altogether. On the other hand, there exists a small percentage of highly successful guitar teachers who: 1. Make a minimum of 6 figures each year in their guitar teaching businesses. 2. Quickly turn their guitar students from mediocre players to highly skilled players. 3. Are able to add extra value for their students because they have extra time, energy and resources to put into their guitar instruction. 4. Generally work no more than part time hours every week.



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STRONG FINGERS FROM SCALES. You don't have to play standard scales, all you have to do is move your fingers to make them respond to your mental commands, getting stronger in the process. Start with your hand at the neck of the guitar and your fingers on the biggest string (that's the E string), and pluck the string while pushing down on the string with your finger, but only hard enough to get a clean sound. This is called fretting the string and it does cause many new guitarists to "fret" about playing the guitar.