Make An Offer They Can't Refuse

When trying to attract new customers, the key is to find a way to make your studio stand out from the rest. The best way to do this is to create an introductory offer that no one else is making. One that will make you stand out in the crowd. And the more of a crowd around you, the more creative you have to be. 

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How To Be A Leader

With the inauguration of our new President, the whole country is looking to see how his historical leadership is going to help the current economical situation and the problems that exist abroad. As with any great leader, the most important component to have is a plan and the right people around you to implement that plan. As a studio owner we wear many different hats out of necessity. However, the most important position we must assume is that of the leader.

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Mentoring Younger Teachers

Many studios use their older senior teens to assist in classes or sometimes as a substitute. Very often these older teen dancers do a good job for you because you have trained them and they know exactly how you like classes to be run and therefore are an asset. These may be dancers who are obviously not going to become professional performers, but may be very well suited to becoming a teacher. By mentoring them and showing them how to assist in classes with more experienced teachers, you will give them a strong beginning to a possible teaching career with the idea that one of these young assistants could come back to your studio to be a valuable member of your faculty.

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