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Week of September 25th Software Announcement

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Hi everyone! It’s Rock again with your weekly software announcements.

This week’s focus is on getting the results you want. When we set our intention, magical things happen — our practicing is easier, our schedule falls into place, and even our students seem to have their act together more.

So much of what we get out of life, comes from what we put into it — a great attitude, a focused work time, and even expectation that good things are coming.

What are you creating this week with your actions and attitude?

I’m creating hope and excitement, and excellent results that are on time, or even early. I know it sounds like trying to pump yourself up, but there’s science to it; here’s an interesting read on “How to Harness the Power of Intention”, and another great one “How to Have More Confidence

At Music Teacher’s Helper want to help you make your teaching tasks easier so you can focus on making an your difference in the world.

This week’s quote is…

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t — you’re right.

Henry Ford

Here are the software announcements for this week…
  • An issue in the new version of Music Teacher’s Helper where teachers couldn’t see their student’s lesson notes in the Lessons tab has been resolved.
  • We’re working behind the scenes to improve the efficiency of the Music Teacher’s Helper software, and to improve our internal processes so we can make your Music Teacher’s Helper experience an even better one.

    If you have any questions for us or have any issues, please reach out to support team at support@musicteachershelper.com

About the Author

Rock Robbins
Rock Robbins is the Community Manager at Music Teacher's Helper, and a tech enthusiast, musician, and music teacher out of Southern California.

2 Comments

  1. Garreth

    It would be nice if there was more focus on what has actually improved in MTH (and more detail) and what is planned for future improvements. The motivational stuff is fine (I agree with it) but I don’t think it belongs in a blog post about improvements to the software.

  2. Rock Robbins

    Hi Garreth,

    It’s Rock from MTH. Thanks for the input on this. I’ve brought it before our team to consider.

    I really do appreciate getting the feedback.

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