Posts tagged with: "music class"

The Truth About Moms and Music Lessons | Episode 23

Blog Entry - May 30, 2019

Mom’s and Music Lessons Behind every kid lies a story that few of us ever uncover. A mom contacts you and tells you her kid want music lessons. But that’s not what she wants.  She wants what music lessons can do for her child. With each parent and each kid there’s a different story. That … Continue reading “The Truth About Moms and Music Lessons | Episode 23”

Can You Answer These 3 Questions?

Blog Entry - July 23, 2018

WHAT do you do?  HOW do you do it?  WHY do you do it?  Business expert, Simon Sinek says you must be able to answer these 3 seemingly simple questions to achieve clarity, purpose and ultimately greatness.  At first glance, the answers seem obvious.  Finding your WHY is the true challenge. It’s often the missing piece … Continue reading “Can You Answer These 3 Questions?”

The Number One Sales Tool

Blog Entry - April 30, 2018

  All statements you make during a sales call either pushes a prospective customer away or draws them in. I started a music school in 2003 because I enjoyed teaching music.  I only had one problem.  I didn’t have any students.  I made a flyer with phone number tags and hung it in a coffee … Continue reading “The Number One Sales Tool”

How To Make Your School Run On Autopilot

Blog Entry - February 1, 2018

Take Your Hands Off the Wheel How many times have time-sensitive tasks taken you by surprise as the clock keeps ticking and your to-do list keeps growing? How many times have you written an email that you’ve probably written dozens of times before?  Mapping out and defining your systems in a simple bullet points format will revolutionize … Continue reading “How To Make Your School Run On Autopilot”

Recitals Are a Marketing Opportunity

Blog Entry - October 17, 2017

Below is an email I sent out to my studio after a successful concert featuring 9 Kidzrock bands. (Over 40 students!) The day after a show is the perfect time to get referrals in motion. Both parents and students emotions are elevated after a concert or recital. There is a post-recital buzz that lingers in a studio for … Continue reading “Recitals Are a Marketing Opportunity”