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Vic Hyland: Guitarist, Educator and NLP Master Practitioner

Vic Hyland is nationally known for his educational work with the guitar, and his research work into creativity in music. He is also an international examiner for the Registry of Guitar Tutors. Vic's guitar playing has also been likened to a mixture of Hendrix, Santana and Jeff Beck and his voice to that of Sting. He is a prolific and versatile songwriter often creating a hybrid from differing influences, which can be experienced on his many CDs. He has also had a considerable influence on many up and coming musicians, through nurturing new talent and also delivering his regular lectures on the music business. These include the use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (which Vic learnt from Richard Bandler and the hypnotist Paul McKenna). His interest in the consciousness and creativity area has led to the book Art of Practice and the CD Creativity and Health that deals with the areas of learning and the problems with education within society. Vic is also a director of '440 Music Ltd' a company that teaches guitar to group classes. 

Vic offers you his words of advise on how the psychology of learning effects your way of playing and earning money as a musician and teacher. Nick Jenkins 

Teacher and Artist Section

How do you make a successful teaching practice? How do you make your professional performances as a musician link into this? Taking ideas from an entrapreneurial angle looking at how to build you as a brand with simple business ideas no  ''win the jackpot' approach of getting the record deal but building a client base and rolling it out from there. 

We will also look at how you as an artist can be more creative and how that impacts with pupils or your audience generally. 

Apart from the interviews with other musicains and creative thinkers I will look at what they say and give you what i think will help you in your work. 

As artists and muiscians we need to oporate as a network and that is where the power is the old reading of History of the great man did thjis is nonsense it has always been networks and that is what you need to build 

How do you make a successful teaching practice? How do you make your professional performances as a musician link into this? Taking ideas from an entrepreneurial angle looking at how to build you as a brand with simple business ideas no ''win the jackpot' approach of getting the record deal but building a client base and rolling it out from there. 

We will also look at how you as an artist can be more creative and how that impacts with pupils or your audience generally. 

Apart from the interviews with other musicians and creative thinkers I will look at what they say and give you what i think will help you in your work. 

As artists and musicians we need to operate as a network and that is where the power is the old reading of History of the great man did this is nonsense it has always been networks and that is what you need to build .

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