Upbeat Piano Teacher Book Club

I hope everyone’s fall plans are coming together! This morning I finalized the fall schedule and finished setting up one of the subscription services I’ll be using (more on this later in the week).

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any Upbeat Piano Teacher news, so I thought I’d do a little post today about our Upbeat Piano Teacher Book Club on Facebook.

41403Au-tOL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgTracy Selle started this group over the summer, and we just finished up reading our first book… The Dynamic Studio by Philip Johnston. We had an absolute blast talking and brainstorming about this amazing book with over 400 piano teachers. My favorite part was our “Ask the Author” live session with Philip. (Can I just say… WOW. What a fun time!)

Our next Upbeat Piano Teacher Book Club reading will start in September!

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Our second book will be The Savvy Music Teacher by David Cutler. This is a great read for any music teacher who needs financial advice. (And let’s face it… don’t we all need some solid financial advice? Being self-employed is tough!)

If you’d like to join us, now is the time to purchase your book! The paperback version is available for $27, and the Kindle version is available for $10. Don’t forget to write this book off as a business expense!

Best part of the Upbeat Piano Teacher Book Club? It’s FREE to join! Just visit our FB group and request access — please note that your public profile must reflect that you are a music teacher, otherwise we will not approve your request. (Sorry! Too many spammers out there.)

Looking for fall inspiration?

Check out my posts from last week! And don’t forget to view the FREEBIES page for tons of free assignment pages for intermediates and beginners.

Getting Geared Upfor Fall

Getting Scheduled for Fall

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