Do you have to pry yourself away from your piano studio? Can you walk by the door without popping in for “just one second” that quickly becomes hours? Do you wonder if it’s possible to strike a balance between your piano teacher life and your personal life?
If so, you’re not alone!
Piano teachers are notorious workaholics. We’re passionate about our career… and this passion sometimes causes us to immerse ourselves fully in our job, until we’re left gasping for air and desperate for a holiday.
But Don’t Despair!
We’re chatting today with mom, piano teacher, composer and ComposeCreate.com blogger Wendy Stevens. Wendy shares her insights on topics such as…
Why do piano teachers tend to be workaholics?
Three awesome tips for how to work more effectively and free up some time.
What is it that eats up our non-teaching hours?
Advice for new piano teachers to help them avoid common time-wasting traps.
And more! Listen as Wendy also shares her own personal experiences with balancing an very busy work life with personal family life and gives some really great take-aways that could change the way you work forever!
Piano teachers are better teachers when they aren’t stretched too thin. So, pop this podcast on your ipod, bring us along in your car or on your morning dog-walk, and take some giant steps towards efficient and effective piano teaching!