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If you are considering taking up teaching guitar for a living
then my best advice is to START NOW!
I can safely give you that advice because the very fact that
you are seriously considering doing it suggests to me that
you meet the following three basic requirements:
To my mind these are:
1.You can play guitar reasonably well
2.You can communicate with confidence
3.You can demonstrate patience
Now with those qualifications alone you may not yet be ready
to succeed as a $50/Hour tutor, but that doesn't mean you
should delay starting to teach.
The truth is that nothing is going to make you a better teacher
quicker than actually doing it!
If you are not yet ready to charge people then start teaching
If you feel a bit shaky on your music theory and advanced
technique advertise beginners lessons at a cut price rate.
But whatever level you are comfortable at, start teaching
You will find plenty of help and advice on this site and if
you have any particular concerns that aren't addressed, then
you are welcome to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
TAKE THE PLUNGE! - You're an artist, a musician ...
what are you doing working for a living?!!
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