Have you ever wrestled with the idea that teaching music isn't as cool as hitting the big time with your band?
Or maybe you've had thoughts that you're less of a musician because you chose to teach rather than performing full time?
Here's my thoughts and encouragement for you, as I share a story about a student of mine that's just starting to hit the big-time.
Bit of a personal VLOG today.
Someone saw the sticky notes at in my office and asked whether they were to-do list items. They're not, they're a whole bunch of motivational things for me....
Here's a quick walk through them. If they're inspiring to me, I'm sure you'll find at least one them very helpful to you.
Every 6 months we host our '#BAMSQUAD Heroes Awards Ceremony' to celebrate the wins of our incredible music teachers and studio owners.
Today was that day and the stories were nothing short of INCREDIBLE!
The awards ceremony is private for members only so I can't show you any of that, but here's some behind the scenes footage before we went live.
If you're not happy with the growth of your teaching business, then learn more about joining the #BAMSQUAD here.
This video is about one of our awesome #BAMSQUAD members...
Your students don't learn an instrument just to sit and play in their bedroom.
How do you give them that band experience? Here's one easy way you can think about launching and scaling band classes no matter if you're a solo teacher or have a music school.
P.s - If you have a question you'd like me to answer for you, please just email it to me [email protected]