7 Guitar Teaching Errors That Keep You From Making A Good Income And Limit Your.

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    <u><b><p>To make yourself into a successful guitar teacher, you need to know:</p></b></u>
    <p>*The right approaches for growing your teaching business and helping your students.</p>
    <p>*How to complete each step of the process in the best, simplest and most effective manner.</p>

    <p>*The right order to take these steps in, in order to build your guitar teaching business quickly.</p>
    <p>The majority of guitar teachers either take incorrect steps or complete the right steps in an inefficient order because they have some kind of insecurity, are afraid of failure or are procrastinating.
    Fear leads to mistakes when one is trying to follow through with a strategy and make it a lot less easy to teach guitar students. Additionally, these mistakes make it hard to make a great income through teaching alone.</p>

    <b><p>Mistake #1. Not Teaching Group Classes</p></b>
    <p>Teaching group classes instead of 1 on 1 helps your students improve right away. (This  shows you why.) It also helps you make more money from the time you spend teaching.</p>
    <p>What you should do: Put your students into group classes right now and learn how to teach them effectively in this format.</p>

    <b><p>Mistake #2: Having Fear When It Comes To Self-Promotion</p></b>
    <p>A lot of new guitar teachers are afraid that they aren’t good enough teachers to promote themselves. They think, “As soon as I become a better teacher, I’ll start promoting myself a lot more”.</p>
    <p>This is a totally wrong way of thinking. Here is why:</p>

    <p>Think about it. Will you get more teaching experience by teaching only a handful of students or by teaching one hundred students? The answer here may be apparent, but the reasons behind it are less obvious. You get more experience working with more students, but not just because you work with more people.</p>
    <p>Here are the actual reasons:</p>

    <p>1. Every guitar student is different than another. Each student has different musical goals, struggles, interests, personality types and comes from different backgrounds. Work with as many types of students as possible, and you will improve as a guitar teacher very fast.
    If you only work with a few students, you will never improve on some aspects of your teaching. These blind spots make you much less effective as a guitar teacher.</p>

    <p>2. When you have a lot of students, you force yourself to work on developing various aspects of your business. This helps you to grow your business, so you can work with more students while teaching them as effectively as possible.</p>
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    <u><b><p>Mistake #3. Waiting For Too Much Time Before Teaching Guitar</p></b></u>
    <p>The majority of new guitar teachers don’t think they are musically talented enough to teach for a living. They end up working a normal day job and continue procrastinating on their guitar teaching goals until eventually they give up on them.</p>

    <p>Reality: Teaching guitar does not require being a virtuoso musician. You only need three things to start teaching guitar:</p>
    <p>1. Your musical skills need to be better than those you teach. So even if you aren’t highly musically talented yet, you can still work with beginners or intermediate players.</p>

    <p>2. A passion for teaching and helping others.</p>
    <p>3. A strong commitment to developing a successful guitar teaching business.</p>
    <p>Mistake #4: Waiting To Charge What You Think You Are Really Worth</p>
    <p>A lot of guitar teachers mistakenly believe the following: “I should start teaching lessons either for free or cheap. Once I gain experience, then I can begin charging more.”</p>

    <u><b><p>This is a very poor approach. Here is why:</p></b></u>
    <p>People often associate cheap rates with low quality content. This means your students will come in expecting low quality from you (since lessons are cheap). This takes away your drive to become a much better teacher. As a result, your students don’t get all the value you have to offer and you don’t make as much money as you should.</p>

    <p>Mistake #5. Not Getting The Guitar Teacher Training You Need</p>
    <p>A lot of guitar teachers never get trained because:</p>
    <p>1. They don’t even know that guitar teacher training exists.</p>
    <p>2. They don’t have a strong drive to improve their teaching skills.</p>
    <p>Guitar teacher training is the best way to invest into the growth of your business (it’s not just an expense). It helps you earn way more money than you would on your own.</p>

    <p>This is how:</p>
    <p>*You discover effective promotional strategies for getting more students.</p>
    <p>*You gain a huge credential that no other competitor has (even if they went to college for music). This helps you convert more students who contact you into paying students.</p>
    <p>*You understand better how to make your students into great players in less time. This creates a sparkling reputation in your local area and helps you get more students through referrals.</p>

    <p>Note: You might know that I train guitar teachers. So you may conclude that everything written here is for the purpose of attracting you to join my guitar teacher training program. If you think this, you only have the half of it correct. Of course I want to help guitar teachers like yourself achieve success.
    However, the benefits of guitar teacher training are clear whether you work with me or not.</p>

    <b><p>Mistake #6. Not Thinking in the Long Term</p></b>
    <p>A lot of guitar teachers do not think of long term growth when it comes to their teaching businesses. Their main focus is trying to get new students for the next couple of months.</p>
    <p>This kind of thinking is satisfactory if you only want to earn a little money, teach a handful of students and work a lot more than necessary. Building a very successful business (teaching over 200 students, working less than full time hours) cannot be achieved in this manner.</p>

    <p>Focus on building your guitar teaching business by keeping the end in mind. Determine how you want your business to look in five years’ time.</p>
    <p>Break down your long term goals into small bite-sized chunks. Start with the end goal and work your way back from it to where you are now. This is the number one method for determining what action to take next while remaining congruent with your long term goals.

    This gets rid of unnecessary guessing in your business. It also keeps you from feeling trapped or burned out.</p>
    <p>Mistake #7. Fixing Your Guitar Students’ Issues In The Wrong Order</p>
    <p>To help your students accomplish their goals, you need to guide them past many challenges. It is very important to focus on the order in which you do this. They will lose confidence and motivation if you try to solve their biggest problem right away. They will start to feel overwhelmed by everything they haven’t learned yet.

    <b><u>As a result, many will stop taking lessons.</p></u></b>
    <p>Fix the easier problems first. This boosts your students’ confidence, makes lessons more fun and helps them to trust you.</p>
    <p>This free guitar teaching online resource helps you  and hold onto them.</p>

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