Most piano teachers (myself included) teach in tidy little blocks of time. And this means that if we want to increase our teaching income… we generally have to increase our teaching time. But is this a hard and fast rule? Could there a better way?
Today we have a wonderful guest on the Teach Piano Today Podcast who will be telling us all about her creative approach to structuring lessons that allows her to teach three students in a single hour… without teaching group lessons. Interested?… Read on!
Smart Business Strategy Meets Smart Lesson Structure
Today’s podcast guest, Marie Harris, is a lesson-scheduling genius. Not only does her creative studio structure allow her to deliver a well-rounded student experience where theory, technique, and musicianship all receive equal attention, but it also allows her to earn a bigger income without a bigger time commitment.
Listen below as Marie shares her wildly successful lesson set up and discusses how you too could make this work. This 10-minute podcast could change the way you teach piano lessons.
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Do You Have a Creative Approach To Lesson Structure?
If, like Marie, you teach piano lessons in a structure other than what I have referred to as the “tidy little box” approach, we’d love to hear all about it in the comments below…