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Three Things You Need To Do In Your Music Teaching Business


In my education career, I have been just about every part of the equation of successful teaching businesses that I can think of. I’ve been the student. I’ve been the teacher. I’ve been the admin person, the marketing director, the frontline customer service person, the curriculum advisor and the trouble-shooter. I’ve been exposed to these various roles as ...

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During a really rough patch a while back, I'd lost faith in continuing on my path as a working musician for much longer. Gigs weren't coming in, teaching was slow, Lord knows albums weren't breaking any sales records. My confidence, health, relationships all took a hit. I was in a bad place, a place of helplessness that, for a creative mind, is the least creative place in the world.

I decided to look for what cynical people would call "a real job", as if the thing I'd been doing these last 20 years was not.


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