STG 077 : Protecting Your Teaching Business From The Unthinkable


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What would happen to your teaching business if something happened to YOU? Would it continue to be an asset that could generate income for your family members or would it just fade away into oblivion? Spending a little bit of time working on a business continuation plan can help ensure that your teaching studio can survive without you.

In this episode I’ll explain why a plan to deal with the unthinkable is a smart thing to put together. I’ll also give you some specific tips on how to organize all the info you need to do a clean hand off and how to make sure your family and your students are taken care of in the event that something unfortunate would happen to you.

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STG 077 : Protecting Your Teaching Business From The Unthinkable was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder