Organize Your Day In Your Music School

No matter what type of business you operate, it can be very difficult to transition from self-employed to solely wearing the hat of a business manager/owner. Most music teachers focus so much on giving quality music lessons, that it can easily become overwhelming just at just the thought of  hiring staff to maintain your daily…

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Prepare To Attend A Music Teacher Conference

When preparing to attend your first music teacher conference you may be going through quite a few emotions, from feeling excited, intrigued and even overwhelmed! Music teacher conferences are essential in helping you grow as a music teacher, they introduce new techniques or reexamine old tried and true techniques, conference presenters introduce new music that…

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5 Tips To Make It Through Summer | Music Lesson Business

When summer hits many teachers find that a lot of their students want to take a break from lessons for many reasons such as summer vacations, participating in other summer camps and also just want to hang out with their friends and have “fun.” I would like to suggest five alternatives that you can implement…

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Why do parents sign their children up for music lessons with you?

  Here’s a thought, when parents decide to sign their children up for music lessons they may find your business by googling music lessons in their area, music classes etc. However that’s not the reason they decide to sign up with you.   In fact, have you ever thought of the reason why parents sign…

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