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New Income Streams For Your Teaching Business – Part 3: Information Products

 

 This is the final article in a 3-part series on new income streams for your teaching business. Like I’ve written about before, there are many more ways to make money as a guitar teacher than just by collecting lesson tuition. It’s always a good idea to diversify your income streams as much as possible, just […]

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The Biggest Lesson I Learned In 2011

 

 In episode 14 of the STG podcast (available to STG All-Access members), I talked about the process I used to review the previous year and set goals for the new year. One part of that was reviewing the top 5 things I learned in the last year. I thought I’d take a minute and share […]

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Stuck In a Rut? How To Move Forward With Your Teaching Business!

 

 The new year is HERE and there are tons of ideas swimming around in your head about how you can make your teaching business more successful in 2012. Most of the time you know exactly what to do next; knowing what to do isn’t really the problem. The problem is often just taking action…taking that […]

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New Income Streams For Your Teaching Business – Part 2: Affiliate Links

 

 There are more ways to make money as a guitar teacher than just collecting lesson tuition.  Income from your guitar lessons will probably always be your primary source of revenue, but there are some other cool things you can do on the side that can bring in some passive income for you, increase awareness of […]

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New Income Streams For Your Teaching Business – Part 1: Selling Merchandise

 

 There are more ways to make money as a guitar teacher than just collecting lesson tuition.  Income from your guitar lessons will probably always be your primary source of revenue, but there are some other cool things you can do on the side that can bring in some passive income for you, increase awareness of […]

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Replace Yourself and Grow Your Guitar Teaching Business

 

 Did you ever wish you could CLONE yourself? Wouldn’t it be cool to be able to have more free time and less stress? There’s a little-known secret to off-loading many of the less-enjoyable aspects of teaching guitar for a living so that you can focus your TIME and ENERGY on the things that have the […]

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The Secret To Teaching Fearless Guitar Lessons

 

 Is fear keeping you from taking the plunge and starting your guitar teaching business, or from doing something BOLD to take it to the next level? This is a subject I happen to know a lot about. If I had to pick one overriding emotion that tries to dominate my life on a daily basis, […]

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How To Capture Your Cool Business Ideas

 

 In this article, I want to talk about the importance of capturing your good ideas. We all get those “lightning-strike” flashes of inspiration from time to time…great ideas about ways you can make more money in your business, teach something more effectively, help your students solve a particular problem, etc. The trouble is that those […]

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One Way You Can Beat The Competition

 

 You probably have tons of guitar teachers in your town, right? I’m sure your local music stores are full of competition for your services. Here’s an idea you can use to help you stand out in the crowd and hopefully attract more students: Give your students tons of VALUE for their money! Do the other […]

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