If you’ve been teaching guitar for a while and have found some success with it, maybe it’s time to consider giving something back. There are lots of ways you can use your guitar playing and teaching skills to help people right in your local community find more happiness and the inspiration and motivation they need to overcome the problems in their lives. You can certainly do this with some of the students who pay to study with you, but you can also choose to get involved with or start your own organizations to make the world a better place through teaching guitar.
This episode is all about inspiring you with ways to get more fulfillment, help people in need and leave a legacy for your studio and your life that can be here long after you’re gone. I’ll give you some specific examples of how the power of music can change people’s lives, I’ll tell you about some great organizations that are using guitar lessons to make a difference, and I’ll suggest some specific ways you can get involved and start using your skills to help change lives. The opportunities are all around you; all that’s missing is the courage to get started.
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