Welcome to episode 047 of The Zen Courses Show! My guest for this episode is Grammy award-winning saxophonist, Bob Reynolds.

When he's not winning Grammys, Bob is also a songwriter and online teacher. He and I have been circling each other online for years and finally had a chance to chat. In this interview he shares his story and how he started teaching music online. Ready?

In This Episode, You'll Learn:

  • Why a successful working musician started an online school

  • Bob's biggest fears when he first started

  • The turning point that made him commit to creating a full-blown school versus offering on a single course

  • How he teaches different learning levels in his school

  • Why he focuses on process instead of outcomes

  • Tips for teaching yourself how to play an instrument

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Lastly, I want to say THANK YOU to Bob for sharing his story with us on The Zen Courses Show! 

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