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In my previous post, I discussed using Storycorps as an educational resource. This was part of a two post series about using storytelling in your teaching. In this post, I will talk about another great resource called TED Talk. TED stands for Technology,…

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What's Great About Teaching Music?

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10 Things Every Yoga Teacher Needs to Know

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Should Instructors Network?

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Being a private instructor can be a great and rewarding career, but it can also be challenging. Often times, new instructors will give up their standard 9-to-5 jobs in exchange for a life of teaching, training and motivating clients. Preferring to help individuals pursue their passions in the arts, athletics or academics, these instructors are often excited at the prospect of launching a new career. And, while being an instructor can be an enjoyable and meaningful experience, it isn’t always as simple as having a knack for teaching a specific discipline. 
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The Marketing Tool Every Private Instructor Should be Using

No matter how useful they continue to be, blogs have remained underrated in the eyes of private instructors. But ask anyone in the marketing world and they will tell you that blogs are an easy, personal way to promote yourself, build your brand, and grow your client base. Being the best science tutor, yoga teacher, or music instructor will only generate clients if those clients know that you exist. 
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