How To Make A Fortune Teaching Piano (or Guitar, Or Drums, Or Singing, Or...) To Beginners By Duane Shinn “But I’m not in it for the money” you say.
I LOVE music and I LOVE to teach music. I feel sorry for people that go into a field just to make money.
They are missing it.
You’ve got to love what you do to do it well.
So with me, teaching music is a “get to” – not a “got to.”
But if you love people and you love music, what’s the harm in maximizing your income? It’s not the raw pursuit of money – it’s simply multiplying yourself so that your skill can benefit more people, and in so doing, benefit yourself as well.
Because for every advanced music student, there are 100 beginners. It’s just a matter of numbers. If you want to teach more advanced students (as I do) that’s fine – it all adds up. But beginners are the “low fruit” – you can reach them easily and there is no limit to their numbers.
Every year millions more kids get to the age where their parents start thinking about getting music lessons for them, so your prospect list is constantly getting bigger every day. There are plenty of beginners to go around, so competition is really not an issue at all for a person who loves both people and music.
year several million people retire from their jobs and careers, and
many are looking to take up hobbies they never had time for before.
if you are a musician looking to increase your income, look no farther.
Get a business card and take out a couple low-cost classified ads in
your local paper, or place a small ad in your local Yellow Pages. If
you’re a good teacher, you soon won’t need to advertise at all – word
of mouth will take over and soon you’ll be teaching other family members
and friends, so your expenses will drop to zero as your teaching income
That’s nice work. And – you CAN get it!
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