Make More Money Without More Students With Darren Siman | Ep 200

Podcast Episode - May 21, 2023

Private Lessons Vs Group Lessons – – – Episode HighLights – – – Darren Siman runs a private lesson business called InHome Jams. A couple of years after, he built The JamZone which he co-founded with his wife Audra. The JamZone is a music studio that adapts an all-group business model, which has allowed him … Continue reading “Make More Money Without More Students With Darren Siman | Ep 200”

How to Use Storytelling on a Sales Call | Ep 199

Podcast Episode - May 10, 2023

One thing you want to avoid on a sales call is talking about yourself unless the story that you’re sharing directly relates to your prospective client’s core desires when it comes to music lessons for their child.   One way to make the conversation more engaging is through storytelling. In this episode, I share with … Continue reading “How to Use Storytelling on a Sales Call | Ep 199”

How to Avoid Music School Owner Burnout | Ep 198

Podcast Episode - April 19, 2023

– – – EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS – – –   In today’s episode, we’re going to hear different music school owners responding to this question that I posted to the Music Lessons and Marketing Facebook group, “What advice would you give to a music school owner who has fallen out of love with their school and … Continue reading “How to Avoid Music School Owner Burnout | Ep 198”

What Your Prices Say About Your School | EP 197

Podcast Episode - April 10, 2023

Pricing Music Lessons I was talking to a music school owner the other day. This guy had a relatively successful business with over 300 students. The owner struck me as a savvy businessperson. He shared with me that he was in a pretty competitive market and that he had a music school just two miles … Continue reading “What Your Prices Say About Your School | EP 197”

How Our Culture of Convenience Impacts Your Music School | EP 196

Podcast Episode - March 27, 2023

The Quest for Convenience The introduction of the Internet into our culture introduced a new quest—the quest for convenience. We certainly experienced a new level of convenience during COVID with Amazon, Grubhub, and Uber Eats. The whole idea is that we live in a world now where we don’t go out to buy our products. … Continue reading “How Our Culture of Convenience Impacts Your Music School | EP 196”