This is a very well explained video.
"Learn More, earn more" is a new phrase to me. Concise and powerful!Summary: "Learn more, earn more."
For the person teaching out of his/her basement (like me), there is often a little less versatility.
A lot of "independent" guitar teachers are the first type mentioned in the video - they have learned by ear with some input from other players and have become great players, but often they can't read a chart or explain what they are doing, and they are sometimes fluent in maybe only two or three styles of playing. And there is nothing wrong with that, if that is what the student wants to learn. But if you want to be a busy musician, you may want to look for a teacher with a broader range of knowledge and experience - the third type mentioned in the video."Learn More, earn more" is a new phrase to me. Concise and powerful!
I'm not trying to be argumentative (or offensive), but what do you mean by "...there is often a little less versatility". Why is that?