If you had to sum up your mission as a piano teacher, could you? Could you clearly define what it is you believe in, what it is you offer and “who” you are as a teacher? If not, follow along!
Having your mission statement clearly laid out will not only help you to develop a concise marketing presence, but it will also help to guide your business activities in general. It’s a beneficial exercise for any small business – your customers want to know who are you?!
If you’ve never played around with “Mad-Libs” as a teen the process is simple. It’s a “fill in the blank” way of creating a paragraph by choosing your own words to replace the blank spaces in the template. Check out this step-by-step “Mad Lib approach” to creating your Piano Teaching Mission Statement.
Step-by-Step to Creating a Piano Teaching Mission Statement
Our studio’s mission statement hangs on our waiting room wall – we’re quite clear about “Who We Are” and it helps to define us amongst the other music studios in our area. We don’t get lost in the mix – we stand out because we clearly tell people why we are different. Here’s how you can stand out too:
Grab a pen and paper (and maybe even a thesaurus!) and prepare to be honest! This exercise isn’t about any right answers or what you should or shouldn’t say. There’s plenty of time to weed out what you don’t like later on.
When you’re set to begin, follow this formula:
Piano Lessons With (fill in your name here)
I believe in providing _______ piano lessons that are _________, ___________ and ________.
I believe in piano lessons that focus not only on __________ but on _________ and _________.
I value ________ and ________ and work hard to achieve ___________.
I ___________ and _________ to ensure that what I teach is _________ and __________ and make it a priority to ___________.
I believe in _________ lessons and piano students who are __________ and ________ about learning the piano.
I believe my program is __________ and that I will continue to ________. My students will always be my inspiration to ____________.
Share your Newly Defined Piano Teaching Mission Statement!
This piano teacher mission statement is a powerful thing to include on your advertising, in your waiting area and on your website. Potential clients will know immediately if you are what they’re looking for!
Want to see our mission statement? Check it out here. We’d love to read yours if you want to share your newly-created mission statement in the comment section below!
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