Are you tired of spinning your wheels trying to grow your teaching studio, feeling like you’re going nowhere? Trying to grow a business on your own can be one of the loneliest and most frustrating experiences ever. The good news is that you don’t have to try to build your studio on your own; you can seek out a mentor. A good mentor can help you spot unseen opportunities, avoid debilitating mistakes, challenge your limiting beliefs and build the forward-momentum you need to get your teaching business moving in the right direction.
In this episode, I’ll tell you all about why a mentor might be the missing link in your success as a guitar teacher. I’ll explain why you seriously need to find a mentor ASAP, what a good mentor looks like, how to find one that’s right for you, and how to work effectively with a mentor to reach your personal and business goals. As guitar teachers, we’re in the mentoring business every single day. Finding a mentor of your own can help you GET the same kind of things you GIVE your students every time your teach a guitar lesson; all you need to do to get started is ask.
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