First Lesson Advice

First Lesson Advice

The most important lesson you have with a student is their first lesson. Why? Well, they are often deciding if they want to come back for more lessons. But also - first impressions last. So how should a first lesson be run? There are lots of...

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Our Promise To Our Students & Clients

Our Promise To Our Students & Clients

Every business relationship is built on a “promise”. This is simply what the customer expects the business to do in exchange for the money they’re paying you. The customer expects the business to fulfil their promise, but a thriving business will...

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Customer Service Essentials

Customer Service  Essentials

Customer service is an extremely important aspects of business - perhaps more import than ever. Here are two encounters where I personally experienced great customer service when least expecting it. The Good Guys I recently had to purchase a new...

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How To Teach Guitar Group Lessons

How To Teach Guitar Group Lessons

Teaching a guitar class is different to one-on-one lessons. Your time and attention is now slit amongst the students, so maximising its effectiveness is crucial ensuring that students learn, improve and enjoy their lessons. So how should we teach...

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Some Advice For Guitar Teachers

Some Advice For Guitar Teachers

I’m often hearing stories about guitar teachers (and other businesses) price cutting one another. This seems to be extremely common in the music tuition realm and I have some very strong opinions and thoughts on this and would like to express...

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