254: Finding your “One Thing” as a music teacher

If you could only teach one thing for the foreseeable future, what would that be? What do you wish you could stop because it just doesn’t bring you joy?

What if we were to put everything you teach on a spectrum of I could do this all day and I wish I never had to do this again would that give you the clarity to know your true specialty?

On the podcast today, our host, Jaime Slutzky, expands on the value of being a specialist versus a generalist and how it can be a benefit to all your online teaching goals!

In this episode Jaime guides you through pulling out the fraction of what you want to teach from all that you can teach. Something is going to bubble to the surface and you’ll feel empowered.

Ask yourself these questions:

  • If I never had to teach _________________________ again, I would teach forever!
  • If I were to receive a national award, it would be for teaching ____________________.
  • If I had $10,000 to invest in my own music education, I would seek a teacher who could help me with _________________________.
  • The one thing that every student of mine learns is ________________________ regardless of their prior studies and future goals.

Connect with Jaime:

Get your free guide to making money teaching music online here!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This