Teaching private lessons can be fulfilling and pay the bills, according to Allie Tyler of the Marketed Musician. Learn how and why teaching music can create sustainable income to supplement your music business.
Private lessons are something that professionally trained musician, Allie Tyler, feels strongly about. Every musician is qualified for teaching private lessons because they already possess the experience and knowledge needed to create an impactful learning experience. In our free webinar next week, Allie will teach you How She Got 10 New Students in Just One Month and we’ll go over The 5 Steps to Creating a Profitable Private Studio. Join us on October 24th at 12pm or 8pm EST.
Struggles of being a musician:
- Struggles evolve over time
- Being receptive to everything
- Mindset around money
- Learning to make decisions intentionally
How formal education fails musicians:
- Doesn’t prepare musicians for the real world
- No training in how to market yourself
- Not teaching new technologies in the industry
- Most importantly, teaching musicians how to create their own opportunities
Teaching private lessons:
- Know who you want to teach
- Know what you want to teach
- Play to your strengths
- Make the impact you wish to make on students
Benefits of having a private studio:
- Full control over your time and finances
- Choose who to teach and when
- Flexibility of offering online courses
Join our free workshop where you will learn about real life experiences and get help with starting your very own private studio. How I Got 10 New Students in Just One Month: The 5 Steps to Creating a Profitable Private Studio is happening October 24, 2017 at 12pm and 8pm ET. We hope to see you there!
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