Neeklaus2 karma2013-08-15 13:56:18 UTC
what's the most mind blowing fact you've learned that you think everyone should know about ancient studies/anthropology from this time period?
I realize that's a very broad question (and time frame), so feel free to list as many as you like! :)
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Neeklaus2 karma2015-01-25 20:28:17 UTC
that's incredibly insightful. thank you for the response.
I'd say I have two and a half of those. I am extremely familiar with the guitar, I have advanced music theory knowledge and I THINK I would like to educate. I have given sporadic lessons when I had friends that needed to learn a specific technique or perhaps a song. But I've never taught for the point of a weekly or more overall progression. I could see the great reward of watching a student grow over time, especially if they are motivated correctly.
I really appreciate it!
Neeklaus2 karma2015-01-25 19:39:13 UTC
what, in your mind, gives someone the disposition to teach guitar?
What I mean is, I am often asked for lessons and tips, etc, but I've never really thought of myself as much of a teacher. There's actually an employment opportunity in my area for a teacher and and I have considered dropping a resume by but I just don't have the confidence.
in your mind what does it take to teach?
Thanks in advance!
Neeklaus1 karma2013-08-01 12:52:28 UTC
wow, thanks very much! I'll take a look at these!
Neeklaus1 karma2013-07-31 21:05:01 UTC
A quick browse on your site and I saw that you had a section for meditation.
I've always been interested in meditation, and the benefits included.
So here's my question - what's your best advice for someone with no previous experience with meditation? Best way to start? Goals to set? any information is appreciated.
Thanks ahead of time :)
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