And start worrying about how much you deliver.
If you deliver piano lessons with tremendous value; if your students feel overwhelmed with joy and satisfaction, and if your piano parents are amazed and astonished at your hard work, dedication, and results… then you can almost charge whatever you want (almost!).
People love to get a bargain, but remember, bargain does not mean cheap; bargain means ‘good deal’. A deal on the price of a new car is going to be substantially different than a deal on a gallon of milk. But both products can still be a bargain.
The same goes for piano lessons.
Piano lessons can be a ‘good deal’ at any price point. Just make sure that your provided value far exceeds the price paid so that every piano student and parent can be confident that they are truly getting a steal of a deal!
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