This episode is part two of a three-part podcast series with our TopMusicPro Guitar head, Michael Gumley.
Michael has shared tons of wisdom in this episode on teaching students, setting goals, getting engagement, managing money and so much more. In fact, our conversation had so much goodness that I had to listen to it a second time to take down notes.
As a music teacher in general, you’ll be able to pick up heaps of knowledge from Michael and we’re so excited to be sharing some of it with you today.
- The importance of a teacher’s job.
- Practicing your instrument and having fun.
- Classical conservatism vs. embracing changing contemporary music.
- Tips on Goal Setting.
- Getting more engagement from students.
- Valuable tips around money.
- Understanding training versus teaching.
Transcript of the show
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Michael is a guitar teacher and music educator from Melbourne, Australia. He’s the owner and head teacher at Melbourne Guitar Academy. Michael brings his passion for and love of all things guitar to each and every lesson and seeks to capture the same excitement and wonder that captivated him during his guitar journey with all of his students.
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