MUSIC STUDIO FINDS ON CRAIGSLIST

I think of craigslist like going to a yard sale. I have found so many great items to stock my music studio that were inexpensive and in new condition. so i want to share with you some items that i have found on craigslist and i hope that you will have success in finding items…

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How To Register Your Music Lesson Business, for FREE!

When opening your music lesson business getting started on the right foot is ideal. The right foot would mean to get your business registered with your state. Registering your business for free (simply, means not needing to pay another company to register your business). Because it’s very easy to do! However, every state has their…

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Resources I Use In My Music Lesson Business Everyday

HERE IS A LIST OF  ALL MY FAV TOOLS AND RESOURCES I USE ON A REGULAR BASIS TO OPERATE MY MUSIC STUDIO. THIS LIST DOES CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. THAT MEANS THAT IF YOU CLICK ON CERTAIN LINKS AND SIGN-UP FOR THE PRODUCT OR SERVICE I RECOMMEND, I WILL RECEIVE A SMALL COMISSION AT NO EXTRA…

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Do You Want To Become A Piano Teacher?

When I think of starting a music lesson business in 2020 in comparison to when I started teaching piano lessons way back in 2007, I just think about how different so many things are. There are a lot of positive changes like the ease of getting your name out there with free services such as…

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Simple Things That Change When You Become A Music School

Are your eyes set on growth? Or maybe just to reduce your teaching schedule so that you can spend more time doing things you love?   When you have been operating your private music lesson business for so many years you may start to wonder if you should turn your private studio into a music…

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Different Styles of Music Lesson Businesses

Not every music lesson business is set up in the same way. Some music schools are set up to duplicate the founding teacher in order to allow that teacher to grow their studio and others are set up in a style to allow the music teacher to just operate as the sole teacher. Here’s a…

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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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Getting into your Entrepreneur groove!

Do you consider yourself an entrepreneur? If your answer is no, you may want to think again. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines an entrepreneur as one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.  As an independent music instructor you can consider yourself an entrepreneur if you posses and/or develop these skills.…

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4 Ways Your Local College Can Help Your Music Studio

  1. Small Business Classes You will find a broad range of business courses designed for working adults, with topics such as computers, leadership skills, social media, conflict resolution, sales, and time management. In addition, you will be surrounded around other professional individuals just like you who are operating a small business. It’ll be great to…

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Do This Before Naming Your Music Studio

It used to be that back in the days when you start a business that all you needed to do was reserve your business name in your city and then open up shop. However now that so much has taken over with social media it is important to make sure your name is available on…

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