We all know that practice tends to drop off during vacation times. Between family trips & a more relaxed home schedule, piano practice tends to fall through the cracks. I used to exhort my students to continue practicing over school holidays so that they could "keep up their progress". When we got back to lesson, I typically got a long list of reasons why the student had not practiced over the break. Rather than continuing to stress about the practice or lay the blame game, I decided to do something different. Hold a studio challenge!
I have a deep, dark secret. I don't spend nearly enough time on music history in my studio. But, it's something I want to change & have rounded up some tools to help do that! This month, my students are delving into the interesting world of classical music composers. I'm giving you access to all the activities & materials I used to make this group lesson a success!
One of the best types of information we can have as business owners is, "What do our clients really think of us?". This is the information that they share with others they meet, as well as provides the backbone for reduced churn rates & higher student retention ... which leads to higher profits. This is my guide to finding out what your clients REALLY think.
This month on The Unfinished Lesson, we will be looking at ways to retain clients. With registration coming up in many studios, it is important to remind students & parents alike why they just HAVE to stay with you for another year. Find out best tips for increasing your re-enrollment rates & tracking your success!