In our >previous podcast, April Vargo and I talked about side hustles: ways to make additional income outside of your regular job. In this episode April and I will continue the discussion, talking about side-hustles that could even become a second, or follow-up career to teaching in the classroom. We even discuss the possibility of leaving music education for a different music-related career. Maybe you just want to have a regular job, or something with less-regulated hours. How can you even get started?
Whether you’re part-time, full-time, all-the-time, or “about to be done with this teaching thing” time, there’s something in this episode for you.
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In This Episode, We Talk About…
- Teaching private lessons – in person and online
- Ideas for Entrepreneurship
- How can I stay in music-related work?
- Tips for Success
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Always charge what you’re worth
There are plenty of side-gigs out there you can do in addition to teaching music
If you’re going to start your own thing, be strategic
- >Smart Passive Income
- >“Will It Fly?” by Pat Flynn
- >Teach Lessons Online
- April’s Business: >Play.Sing.Act
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