49: Could “Minding The Gap” work for you?

Can you remember when you were filled with thoughts, dreams and ambitions about the impact you’d create when you started teaching? That’s how most of us live our early lives - until the real world brings us back to reality and we start teaching in a school where we hit major obstacles. Whether your students

2022-05-19T05:16:28+00:00By |3 Comments

What it means to serve

If you think that music teaching comes down to you and teaching the students and that’s where it begins and ends, this episode is for you. I’m sharing the four keys to focus on so that you can teach to your full capacity, with total enthusiasm, so that you can take back your joy in

2022-02-03T05:06:43+00:00By |0 Comments

The science of dealing with constant criticism

Being happy in the school workplace especially at this busy time of the year is critical to your longevity, happiness and success in teaching, and by extension the happiness and success of your students”. But often as the end of year approaches, we’re left with the feeling of not being able to do anything right

2021-12-14T07:47:15+00:00By |0 Comments

44: The wisdom of gratitude

Have you ever had a time where you just wake up and you don’t know how to do what you’re supposed to do and teach your classes? Or have beyond just one day, have you ever experienced a period of time where it feels like motivation left the building or you’re a bit lost, or

2021-11-26T06:47:52+00:00By |0 Comments

3 Super Simple Systems for Stress- Free Music Teaching

It doesn’t matter what area of music we’re teaching- instruments, theory, curriculum or something new- there is a non-negotiable that is essential and helps save us from all the stress, fear and nerves about teaching music! This non-negotiable allows us to go through each lesson with confidence, creativity and strategy. Let’s dive into what my

2021-09-24T05:27:44+00:00By |0 Comments
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