While I have found a way to balance running my boutique studio, home life and personal development (at least most days), it wasn’t always like this. Then, one year I realized something had to change. Are you registration ready?
Whether you teach in a home studio, commercial space or in student’s homes, the registration season always brings its own unique juggling act. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t simplify studio registration.
It’s that time of year. Crunch time. Recitals, summer camps (if you are holding them), and studio re-registration all get put on top of our regular responsibilities. On the one hand, it’s an exciting time of new possibilities & ideas. On the other hand, it’s stressful wondering if the finances are going to work out …
There is a certain ebb & flow to running a studio. Certain times of the year tend to be a race to the start … or finish, depending on the time of year. And, it can feel like getting balance is a pipe dream. In the past, these busy times were the ones that I’ve …
Registration is in full swing in my studio & that means I am deep into scheduling. While I love many aspects of travel teaching, I will admit to feeling a wee bit jealous of my in-studio colleagues when it comes to scheduling.
While I have learnt that scheduling will always be a jigsaw puzzle for travel teachers, there are ways to ensure that your final schedule doesn’t become a headache for the rest of the year. This is your guide to scheduling your travel schedule!
I am sure we all have horror stories of ‘those’ clients. The ones that seem to truly think that we sleep under the piano bench, our schedule only involves their family, or our policies don’t actually apply to them. We might love the kids, but the drain of week after week of unreasonable and last-minute requests catch up quickly.
But, it doesn’t have to be this way! Here is a 3-step process to ensure that you get the BEST clients for your studio!