HOW I got MY FIRST 25-Confessions of a New Teacher Premium class

David Henry, Veteran Guitarist-Who wants to LEARN GUITAR?

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3 Videos (10m)
    • Introduction

      0:45
    • My First 25

      5:32
    • Conclusion and Final Thoughts

      3:59

About This Class

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Are you a new teacher on Skillshare? Are you wondering how you will ever reach the first mountain of 25 students? I was right there with you. I launched my first class just two weeks ago and it already has the needed 25 students.

In this class, I share with you my strategies for getting my first 25. I took the advice of others and followed the marketing strategies provided by Skillshare. They WORK! Come on in and see what I did. Maybe these will help you too. Thanks for enrolling. Here's to your success.   

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Thanks for sharing this David! :)
Hannah Zulueta

I just love to learn and share my knowledge :)

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David Henry

Veteran Guitarist-Who wants to LEARN GUITAR?

David R. Henry is an amateur singer/song writer/guitarist/vocal coach/speech coach/freelance writer who works and resides in Hong Kong with his lovely wife and wonderful eight year old son .  He has been playing and teaching the acoustic guitar for over twenty-five years and is a regular live performer at the ferry pier on his local island estate.

He is a distance student of celebrity vocal coach Roger Burnley of Macy Gray/ Brandi fame. David has been invited to sing at local restaurants, gatherings, parties, dinners, and presentations.  His song, The Kimchi Song, was featured on the BBC's Fast Track travel show. 

Although David is new to the Skillshare community, he has been teaching for over thirty years (Yes, he is really that old). He teaches English, phonics, speech and drama to private students. He helps out in the local community by volunteering his time as a beach cleaner and Bible teacher. His wit, humor and creative learning style have made him a favorite with his students.  He loves to teach and gets great pleasure out of seeing his students "get" things.