Posts tagged with: "DSME"

What Your Bathroom Says About Your Music Studio | Episode 8

Podcast Episode - March 8, 2019

Look Beyond Your Teaching Studio We’re all looking for that competitive edge. How do you find it? Where should you look? Look beyond your studio. Look beyond the music lesson industry. Other service industry’s might hold the strategy you’re looking for-the advantage you desire.   I made a list of local service oriented industries and … Continue reading “What Your Bathroom Says About Your Music Studio | Episode 8”

Deep Dive with Danny Thompson | Episode 6

Podcast Episode - February 27, 2019

Why is Danny Thompson’s music school, The Music Factory, so successful? How is he able to achieve such massive growth? Why are his employees so happy?   Listen to this episode to find out why.   To learn Danny’s secret to success download his free module from his coaching program and check out his podcast. … Continue reading “Deep Dive with Danny Thompson | Episode 6”

8 Ways to Make Your Recitals and Events Magical

Blog Entry - February 13, 2019

Take Your Recitals to the Next Level Listen to this and learn how you can take your recitals and events to the next level. Danny Thompson lays out an experience that extends well beyond the stage. The experience begins from the moment the kids arrive and doesn’t end until they leave. The memories this type … Continue reading “8 Ways to Make Your Recitals and Events Magical”

The Hidden Story in Your Music Studio | Episode 3

Podcast Episode - February 7, 2019

  The Real Customer in Your Music Studio Who’s the real customer in your business-the parent or the child?   Both of course, but Mom plays a unique role in the lesson experience.  The child has a first-hand experience but there’s something in this for mom. It might not be what you think.   Mom … Continue reading “The Hidden Story in Your Music Studio | Episode 3”

Do This Before Your Competition Does | Episode 2

Podcast Episode - January 31, 2019

It’s Not About You Implement this one change in your music studio and I promise you’ll get more students. Stop talking about YOU and start talking about THE CHILD “We offer the best music lessons”.  Anyone can say that. Your competition probably says, that too.   “We” means YOU.  Prospective customers don’t care about you…yet.  … Continue reading “Do This Before Your Competition Does | Episode 2”