STG 081 : 4 Ways To Expand Your Teaching Studio


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If you’ve been teaching guitar lessons for a while and it feels like you’re stuck in a rut, then this episode is for you! It’s time to start thinking about ways to EXPAND your current teaching studio and growing it into a more successful business that lets you help more students and also put more money into your pockets.

In this podcast episode I’ll give you 4 key strategies for growing your teaching studio that you can start implementing right away. I’ll also give you some tips for “taking the leap” without taking on too much risk, so that you can increase your chances of success. It’s time to let go of your limitations and become the teacher and business owner you’ve always wanted to be!

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STG 081 : 4 Ways To Expand Your Teaching Studio was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder