#061: Why You Shouldn’t Build A Music School

In today’s insightful episode of our podcast, I take you through a candid journey into the world of guitar teaching and music education. With my wealth of personal experiences and hard-earned wisdom, we’ll dive deep into the question of whether you should build a music school or stay as a solo teacher. Drawing from my own journey, I share the pros and cons of both approaches. Finally, listen in for some valuable advice to help you find the path that aligns with your goals and aspirations. Get ready to be inspired and informed as we navigate the exciting world of guitar teaching and studio management. Let’s dive in!

  • Michael delves into the intriguing question of whether to build a music school or remain a solo teacher.
  • Michael shares his personal experiences, having grown his own school from scratch.
  • He offers valuable insights into the pros and cons of each approach.
  • Addressing the epidemic of social media gurus giving hypothetical advice without real success.
  • Exploring the challenges of scaling a music school, discussing the financial implications and the potential for burnout and chaos.
  • The value of knowing your goals and priorities in guitar teaching, whether it’s pursuing a successful music career, spending more time with family, or living a digital nomad lifestyle.

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