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Do you love teaching music, but are pulling out your hair trying to manage the business side of things?  Cancelled lessons, problematic parents, managing money. . . it’s enough to make you want to quit.

You feel alone.

Hours and hours of teaching children (who you adore!) but no adult contact.  You have questions, but the other teachers in the area aren’t very helpful or maybe you’re the only one.

Don’t you wish there was someone there to walk you through, step by step?

You don’t have to go it alone!

Music Teacher Mentor is here to help.

Get real advice from real teachers who’ve been there.  Solve your business problems, unlock the secrets to communicating with parents, and learn how to keep students coming back year after year.

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You’re an awesome teacher.  We’ll solve all your music teaching business problems so you can get back to what you do best.

I’ve been there.  For the last 13 years I’ve been teaching the next generation of musicians how to sing and learning how to make my business run like a well-oiled machine.  I’m not some naturally-born organization guru–I’m a chaotic artistic personality at heart.  Over the years I’ve learned how to grow my business and keep it running in a way that makes sense for the naturally-unorganized-musician.

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While we LOVE pianists and piano blogs, Music Teacher Mentor is for ALL musicians & singers.  As we grow, we’ll be adding instrument & vocal specific areas so you can connect with other teachers in your niche.

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