STG 090 : Dealing With Overcommitted Guitar Students


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Overcommitted students are common in almost every teaching studio, but you don’t have to let that become a problem for you. If you can understand what life is like for the families of these students and adapt the way you do business to make things EASIER for them, you can take good care of these students and grow your business at the same time.

In this episode I’ll get into why this generation of kids and teens seems to be so overcommitted. I’ll also give you some good advice about how to handle stressed out, busy and overcommitted students (and parents) and make it easy for them to do business with you. This can actually be a great way to stand out and be more successful in your local market.

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STG 090 : Dealing With Overcommitted Guitar Students was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Donnie Schexnayder