I am a full time teaching pro, and I was hoping I could get some opinions from other teaching pros on the board or anyone else who has some good words on this matter. I teach full time at a tennis club. I teach privately, and I also work a few hours a week for the club doing clinics that they set up. There are three full time teaching pros at my club, and lately I have been having a conflict on interests with the one. All of the teaching pros at my club put in a few hours and work for the club with the clinics that they put together. It keeps the numbers up for the club, and it also is a great way for the teaching pros to meet new people and set up lessons. Lately, parents of the kids from one of the other instructors court have been coming up to me asking me if I can do private lessons with their kids. Now I am not soliciting in any way, as I would never do that nor would I even consider operating in that manner. Word of mouth has gotten around that the kids really like me and are improving much quicker with me than the other instructor. The other instructor has been seeing some of the kids from his clinic taking privates with me lately and has been getting very upset. Like I said, these people are coming up to me, basically telling me they are unsatisfied with the other instructor and want their kids to take lessons with me. Basically, my questions here is, am I doing something wrong or unethical by accepting these lessons? Again, I am not soliciting or persuading anyone in any way to come to me, it is all word of mouth and these people are coming up to me and asking me. Any feedback would be appreciated, thanks guys!