STG 083 : Are You Ready To Teach Guitar Full-Time?


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Making the leap to teach guitar lessons full-time can be a scary proposition. How do you know if you’re really ready? How do you even know if it’s the right decision for you? Making your teaching studio a full-time career can be one of the most liberating experiences of your life, as long as you make sure it’s the right decision FOR YOU.

In this episode, I’ll uncover some common mistakes in thinking related to taking the leap into full-time teaching and give you a good “litmus test” you can use to determine whether or not you should leave your day job behind. I’ll also give you some strategies you can use to make the transition in a smoother and easier way.

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STG 083 : Are You Ready To Teach Guitar Full-Time? was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder