I Can, I Will... End Of Story!

“There are three types of people in this world. Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who wonder, what just happened!”

Mary Kay Ash

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7 Tips On How To Make A Positive Impression With Your Customers

With the new season of dance upon us this is the time of year to meet new customers and reconnect wit your current ones. When you have a chance to meet your customers face to face this is a great time to build your relationship with them. Are you however connecting in the right way? Studies have shown that little signs and body language can be sending the wrong signals. Here is a list of things to be aware of when you meet current or new customers. But don't stop there! You can also check yourself with your staff, faculty, business partners and landlords.

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4 Ways to Just Start Getting Stuff Done

A lot of business owners get bogged down in running a business and are too tired to getting what they need to get done in a timely manner. You may in some ways feel stuck and for this simple reason you don’t know where to start. However, once you do get started, you’ll see that motivation and inspiration begin to build and things get more comfortable.

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5 Things You Can Do to Stand Out in a Competitive Market

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Your Marketing Plan For 2019 and Beyond!

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To get more students...Answer the phone!

Many years ago AT&T did a study with small businesses to find out who was getting the most business out of their Yellow Pages advertising. The study looked at the ad, where it was placed on the page and the size of the ad, how many calls were being produced and the rate of the most important criteria how many sales were made. Here is what they found.

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The Six Million Dollar Question

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How You Follow Up Will Make A BIG Difference To Your Bottom Line!

What happens after you receive a phone call from a prospective customer requesting information about your school? Do you send out a brochure and schedule? Then, what do you do next? I have found that most small businesses especially dance schools do nothing after that. There is no continuing dialogue. Think about how much money you spend just to get someone to call your business through your different marketing plans. If the only thing you do is send them information that one time without any follow up, then you will probably lose money in the long run.

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4 Problem Solving Tips For Dance Studio Owners!

Check out these great tips for dealimng with issues that you may be facing... See which of these apply to you!
 
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How to sell at your front desk

Your front desk needs to serve a variety of purposes. As a result it is important to train anyone who is working at your front desk to be a reflection of you and your philosophies.

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