One of the biggest problems you can face when starting up your own guitar teaching business is a lack of prior experience. Due to the fact that you have not given guitar instruction to many (if any) guitar students, you will often fall into the ‘trial and error’ approach. This can be very dangerous for you as a guitar teacher!
The danger with this guitar instruction approach is that you may end up giving a lot of mediocre instruction to your students. As a result, you may start to develop a bad reputation as a guitar teacher in your local area. This is can essentially end the possibility of a successful guitar teaching career, before you ever really get started! Find out how to deal with a lack of guitar instruction experience with this page on how to get started teaching guitar lessons.