Yes! It’s available for STG All-Access members and owners of my training courses only. This helps keep the forums focused and free from spam and also makes sure that the people who participate in the discussions are serious about growing their teaching businesses…which adds value for everyone and helps make the forums a place worth visiting. If you’re not an STG All-Access member, check out these free STG-sponsored online guitar teacher communities on Facebook, Google+ and Reddit.
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