Matthew Harding from How To Play The Sax shares a great story today on how he turned his childhood passion into a business.
And one that doesn’t rely on him actually doing tutoring sessions.
His online membership site shows people of any age, from kids to senior citizens how to play the saxophone even if they have never played a note before.
Matthew was even kind enough to set up a 10% discount for any Small Business Dads listeners who are keen to learn.
This gives you 10% off your membership for as long as you’re a member. You can get that great offer here.
On the dad side of things, Matthew shares some great parenting highlights of being able to share a stage with his daughters who also inherited his musical genes.
All of this and more in today’s great chat.
Who Is Matthew Harding?
Matthew from How To Play The Sax is a Husband, Father, musician, passionate saxophonist, performer, computer nerd and ice cream addict.
He has two amazing teenage daughters who are both actors/singers/dancers and multi-instrumentalists.
He helps beginner saxophone players of all ages learn how to play their favourite rock, soul, funk and blues songs without reading music – quickly and easily – with his online saxophone lessons Membership website.
While Matthew is physically located in Melbourne, Australia, his beginner saxophone lessons business caters for saxophone students from across Australia and around the world.
The motto at HowToPlayTheSax.com is “Have Fun, Play Saxophone, Be Awesome, Repeat” – deliberately in that order !
And for a laugh, here’s that clip from The Simpsons that I mentioned in the chat.
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