In today’s episode, we’re chatting with Josh Gillis and Richard Constable of Guitar Boss, an all-in-one system for guitar teachers. Listen in and get some insights and on this program will help you stay organized as you get busier and you get more leads in. They also shared the importance of using a funnel and the misconceptions around it. If you’re looking for some great advice on how to be successful as a guitar teacher, while still being yourself and without worrying on the business side of things, this episode is for you.
- Richard shares with us what Guitar Boss Program is all about.
- Is Guitar Boss only for guitar teachers?
- The importance of a funnel and why we should use it.
- What’s the biggest misconception about funnels?
- Advice for guitar teachers who are either struggling with the business side of things or want to get more into marketing.
- Josh shares his interest on NFT’s, Crypto and Blockchain.
- How to protect your intellectual property with NFT’s.
- One piece of wisdom for guitar teaching or business.
Guitar Teaching Resources Mentioned
Josh Gillis is a musician and guitar teacher from Columbus, MS. He has been playing guitar for over 25+ years and has been teaching for the past 10+ years. His primary focus is helping beginners and teaching the basics. He enjoys good coffee, outdoor adventure, and learning more about Crypto, AI, and NFT’s.
Richard Constable from Guitar Journey has been playing guitar for 20+ years. He has been running Guitar Journey for 5 years and has taught over 200+ people. He also has 20 years of gigging and recording experience, including doing a BTEC in Music Technology and a degree in Recording Arts. His teaching style is relaxed and easygoing with lots of encouragement. He can teach all levels from Beginner to Advanced across all exam boards. Whether you would like to learn classical, jazz or rock, Rich got you covered.
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