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Music Studio Startup: Helping music teachers thrive as entrepreneurs

Apr 29, 2020

In today’s conversation, we get to hear from the owner of a relatively new music school. We’re talking about the very earliest stages of building a music school and some of the practical steps Joseph has taken to finance his studio’s growth. We also talk about Facebook ads and conversion rates and all the fun...

Apr 22, 2020

Today is part two of my conversation with David Barnard. Last week, in Episode 037, David joined us to talk about the music cooperative as a business model that is helping teachers build sustainable studios by joining together.

Today David’s talking about how to form a cooperative. Some of our discussion applies...

Apr 15, 2020

Today’s guest comes to us from the UK to talk about another business model that is helping teachers make a sustainable living: the music-co-operative.

David Barnard of the Musicians' Union describes the culture shock teachers felt when the jobs they expected to always be there, suddenly disappeared, forcing them...

Apr 8, 2020

Last week the U.S. Congress passed the largest economic relief bill in U.S. history and it has a lot to offer individuals and small businesses.

In today’s podcast, Scott Stratton, a financial advisor and a musician himself, breaks down the components of the CARES Act that impact music teachers and studio owners and...

Apr 1, 2020

Today I’m joined by TWO very special guests who are experts in pretty much every aspect of running a studio. We’re doing a rapid fire interview where I ask them to share their advice on some of the questions I get asked most frequently.

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