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About Paul R.

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Beaumont, CA
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About Paul
You might not always notice it, but music is all around—from the stereo in your car to the music piped in at department stores. And you also may not be aware that music has a wide array of impacts on your health: Studies show that music has a strong effect on your mood levels and emotions, and also on how you think and your general intelligence. The music you listen to can have a profound effect on your test scores and your ability to quickly process information. And if you’ve ever played an instrument, studies show that you’re already ahead of the curve. Playing an instrument is a great way to test out your creative thinking and push your brain to process information in a new way. Whether you’re listening or playing, a little music can go a long way. I am here to help you realize not only your playing potential, but guide you into not ju
st becoming a guitar player, piano player, but a musician. I am able to teach Piano, Guitar, Music recording from software/hardware to MIDI, including Sonar, Reason, and related software.

I have studied music at California State University San Bernardino, where I minored in music and learned the immense possibilities of the music field. Music is part of my everyday life, and its an honor to know I can play music but also create it. My goal is to show you as the student how to realize that dream.

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I am a very friendly, fun and patient instructor. I believe that when you take any type of music lesson, it should be to have fun. With fun, passion, and dedication, sky is the limit. The curriculum I like to use are the most simplified forms to teach an instrument. It's about playing smarter, not harder. I do offer recording sessions to my students to track their progress, and give you a copy to keep as memorabilia.

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Bergman Upright Piano. Fender Acoustic/ Gibson Electric. Marshall Amps. Digital and analog Recording Station.

*** Specialties ***
I have in-depth knowledge of classical works, but my emphasis is in modern rock/ Alternative/ Pop. I like teaching the songs you like to hear from The Beatles to Green Day! I love all music genres and if I have not heard of the song you want to play I will learn it so that I can teach you!
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Jill July 31, 2019
· Guitar · In studio
Great teacher, very patient
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Sergiu G. June 22, 2019
· Guitar · In studio
He's very patient and adapts with the students needs. And also makes the lessons fun for my child and Is an amazing teacher overall!
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KarinaB April 18, 2011
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He is a great instructor and my son has learned a lot from the few lessons that he received.
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Paul R.

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About Lina A.

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Brookline, MA
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About Lina
I am an architecture grad Student from Northeastern who's looking to be of some benefit academically to others. Being originally from Morocco, I grew up speaking French, Arabic, English and I am currently learning Japanese and German. I have been tutoring since high school and still wish to continue since i really enjoy working with students with diverse learning needs and cultural backgrounds. So, In the purpose of sharing my passion for creative design softwares and languages, boost your confidence, as well as build skills in you that will be utilized well beyond tutoring sessions, i have developed many tricks in order to explain complex concepts using easy-to-understand terms and ideas.
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Esther Harriet Kaileah July 26, 2019
· Adobe InDesign · In home
She is fantastic, down to ever detail. Just the best and a very understanding and kind person.
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Lina A.

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About Tina W.

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About Tina
I currently teach basic computer skills to older adults at a community center.
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Tina W.

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$25 / 30-min

About Christopher B.

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About Christopher
I am a freelance Microsoft Excel consultant. Last year I started my own freelancing Excel consulting company and haven't looked back since.

I graduated from Minnesota State University-Moorhead with a B.S. in Business Management. This is where my love for Microsoft Excel began. I started with building linear programming models and after 20 years, I have created some beautiful and time saving programs for individuals and business alike.

In addition to my passion for teaching Excel, I am also a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt. I have been teaching adults and kids martial arts for 5 years now. So between spreadsheets and Jiu-Jitsu, I have found my calling in life.
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Christopher B.

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$34 / 30-min

About NAGA HARINI S.

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Santa Clara, CA
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About NAGA HARINI
I love cooking different types of food. Amazing abilities to follow curriculum guidelines. Outstanding ability to work with diverse students with sensitivity to students’ needs. I can teach you by uploading vedio or directly from phone.

Can instruct variety of techniques in cooking to prepare healthy tasty dishes.
More familiar with Indian and fast foods. I will give tips during our classes and also let you know how to prepare for guests in simple and nice manner.

I have work experience in preparing HTML pages. It is very useful to create any kind of web pages. I will teach CSS also after completing html. You can get good jobs by learning this and also can create your own resume in html.
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NAGA HARINI S.

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About Asif I.

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About Asif
I am a professional teacher and developer. I am graduated from Lancaster university England in Computing. I take my profession as a source to guide others who are keen to learn. It is not only my profession but also my passion. My teaching methodology is simple but efficient.

I have a good idea about the balance of theoretical and practical in this field. My teaching approach consists 30% theory and 70% practical.

During teaching i try to keep the student mind light and often crack jokes to make the class interesting and not a boring lecture that happens everyday.

If you think we are on the same page then please give me a chance to help you.

Thanks.
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Asif I.

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$15 / 30-min

About Reza Z.

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Herndon, VA
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About Reza
Greetings,

My name's Reza. So my bio won't be the typical programmers bio, as I'm not a typical programmer. I find that people choose to work with someone whom they like. Thus, I’ll get into a bit about me, my life, and my story into coding so you can understand a little about who I am.

I really wasn't supposed to become a programmer. While I was a little geeky and played video games, I generally was pretty extroverted and hung out with a lot of people and went to parties growing up. I never saw myself as someone super ‘intelligent’. I thought I was smart, yes, but definitely not a techie. I didn't think I was a ‘nerd' either. So if I wasn't a nerd, how'd I be able to learn something so technical? Because only nerds would and could learn programming and IT, right?? Or so I thought at the time.

I originally planned to become
a psychologist because I was fascinated by how the mind worked and wanted to figure it out as well as help people figure out their own minds in order to be successful in any area of life they wanted to be. This passion stemmed from a young age of 13 when I received a book on how to be a confident man and attract women. See, someone from my video game clan in warcraft 3(I mentioned I was a geek) ended up sending me this e-book that changed my life. My interest in personal development began around dating and meeting women, and then shifted to becoming the best version of myself I could be. I began self-teaching myself social skills, confidence, leadership, body language, positive thinking and transformed myself from a shy geek to someone who could speak in front of a room full of people in a seminar. This ended up leading me to me working as a social dynamics coach at the age of 18 helping men and women obtain power in their social, and dating lives. I coached individuals, ran seminars and helped with the curriculum design.

My love of self-development and coaching drew me towards becoming a psychologist. Even more so, I began dealing with depression and that fueled my fire of wanting to understand what was going on so I could solve the problem. It’s like when you’re dealing with a bug in programming and you have this intense desire to figure out the problem so your application can work! Except this time, the application was my brain and it wasn’t working properly. I ended up being forced to drop everything, school and the job I had, in order to deal with my mental health. It got so bad, I didn't think I'd ever be able to work again. A simple delivery job felt too daunting for me. But, as do all great changes that occur, I began taking full responsibility for my life and began figuring out my health little by little. I put the onus on me to have a healthy mind. I began researching and self-teaching myself about brain-chemistry, and how the brain and mental illness worked. I would use this knowledge to self-tailor a personal treatment plan that let me crawl out of depression and burst back into life. I ended up finished my psychology degree and got to working at an Apple store as a tech specialist. Again, just as with social skills, my ability to self-teach myself a particular skill yielded me tremendous results that changed my life.

Well, that notion would be put to the test a year and a half ago after I visited Colombia. I fell love with the country, and thought to myself, "how can I work and travel at the same time?" I did some research, and found out that programming was a great way to live the digital nomad lifestyle I so desperately wanted. Again, I didn't think I could do it, because, well, I'm not a nerd... or I'm not smart enough...or I'm a 'peoples' person...or I'm a sales guy, not a tech guy....or I'm too old, even if I was only 26(lol)...or I have depression and my mind can't focus on difficult tasks for very long so I should stick to simpler tasks...or *Insert excuse*. Blah blah blah... but, I decided too actually try to programming first before I agreed with any of those excuses I was making in my head. And, then something happened... I don't what it was, but from the moment I wrote my first print statement and I saw something happen in the console, I was hooked. It felt like an addiction. It felt like magic. It felt like I was in control. I felt like this was my ticket to success, freedom, and most importantly, getting my life back to the next level. Even though I felt behind in progress compared to my peers in the field of success/career due to mental illness, I knew programming could be my ticket back on top. It felt like my very own comeback story!

So began my long journey into learning code. And I'll tell you what, immediately the next day, things began getting more difficult and my brain began to hurt in ways it never had before. It felt like it was going to explode out of my head. But, I kept persisting and kept simply staring at the screen and gave my brain no choice but to figure out the problem it was looking at. And low and behold, somehow, someway, I stuck with coding and a year and a half later, I'm working on an appointment setting App to sell to local small businesses. All the meanwhile, getting closer to achieving my digital nomad goal.

Now I'm here, on Wyzant, looking to help others. In the last year and a half, I've made more progress self-teaching then most people do in double that in college. When you're forced to teach yourself, it changes things, because you know the onus is on you. However, getting help from friends who became mentors in coding made a huge difference as I was able to get unstuck on problems that plagued me for hours, days and sometimes weeks. I’m here to help basic students who are just getting into programming as well as intermediate students in Python and Django. I believe what makes me different then other teachers is that I'm someone who wasn't 'supposed' to become a programmer, but I did anyways. I'm very good at self-teaching and ultimately that's how one can speed up their learning time in development as there's so much to learn and you can't just go to a class or a bootcamp and expect to learn everything in the classroom. To me, it's not about how good I am in coding, it's about how good I am at getting the knowledge I have into my student's head that counts. I strive to give my student's the best experience possible. That's where I come in.

My GitHub is TheCodingCrusader
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Reza Z.

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About Stefanie C.

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About Stefanie
I’ve always been passionate about technology and analytical thinking, therefore I pursued a career in Psychology, migrating to Web Development after a couple of years. This transition happened when I started learning to code and saw in it the joy of applying the acquired knowledge in functional complete applications.

Having that in mind, I went after a code Bootcamp, in order to improve my programming skills. Fortunately, I was granted a scholarship to study at Ironhack, an immersive 400 hours Bootcamp. Currently, I work as a MERN Web Developer, meaning that I feel confident around the following technologies: JavaScript, React, Node, Express, AWS, MongoDB, HTML, CSS, Git.

Teaching people the ability to have the creative power of developing their own application motivates me. I'm also interested in Backend Development, as APIs, Cloud, i
nfrastructure, data, Docker, Kubernetes and so on really delight me for their range of possibilities.

Looking forward to talking to you soon!
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Fred August 2, 2019
· Life Coaching · Online
Stefanie is a kind, patient and lovely person. She listened to me when I needed and helped me see clearer on topics that I needed some help in. She made me see the best in myself and I can see the results of the coaching already. I can't recommend her enough!
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Stefanie C.

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About Luis U.

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Winder, GA

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My name is Luis Urrego and I was born in Colombia South America. I came to the United States when I was 7 years old and was raised here for most of my life. I am bilingual with my first language being Spanish and my second language English.

I currently work as a Web Designer for the Hall County School District in Gainesville G.A. and have been with them for over 8 years. I have been doing Web Designing for over 20 years though.

I am also a church minister and missionary and have done quite a few and extensive trips to Spanish speaking countries where I have had to both preach, interpret, and translate between English and Spanish. I have also done interpreting work for hospitals and am certified as an health care interpreter for the state of South Carolina.

One of my past time recreations is playing the game of Chess. I love the game
itself for the fun factor, but mainly for the social and behavioral developmental aspects of it. I believe it is a very beneficial game not just for adults, but especially for children to help develop their brain at an early age.

My main goal is to serve others in the best way possible and to see that my students become stronger and are satisfied in the area that I'm teaching them in.
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Luis U.

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About Ethan K.

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Denver, CO
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I love learning, reading, and spending time with my friends. I am a software engineer and spend as much time as I can sharpening my skills. Being the best at what I do is important to me and I love helping that become true for others!
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Ethan K.

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$67 / 30-min

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