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The conflict resolution tips that are guaranteed to help keep your students dancing with you and your clients smiling

It’s the one part of the job that dance teachers and studio owners dread more than recital stresses and costume malfunctions, more than toddler tantrums or music glitches. Dealing with difficult dance…

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Inside the Inner Circle Sydney Retreat!

Years ago when I first started looking at mastermind groups and reading about the live ‘retreats’ that were on offer, I honestly thought it all sounded a little too good to be…

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The FREE website inclusion that will give more to your studio than any of your paid marketing strategies

Let’s talk blogging. I know what you’re thinking…. “I’m a dance studio owner, I don’t have time to blog”, “I’m better with my feet than my words”, “I don’t have anything to…

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[Behind The Scenes] A look inside the Dance Studio Owners Inner Circle Retreat In NYC!

20 dance studio owners spending 3 full days of planning and growing their businesses in one of the greatest cities on earth – it just doesn’t get much better than that! Last…

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The 5 Essentials To Creating Stand Out Preschool Dance Classes

Dance classes for preschool-aged children when done properly, are the bread and butter of your dance studio. These classes are hands-down the easiest to target when it comes to marketing, as well…

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Superhero Style Birthday Parties That Generate Revenue & New Students For Your Studio

The thought of running a birthday party might make you feel a bit queasy (never work with kids or animals, don’t they say?), but introducing birthday parties at your studio as an…

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Running Your Studio, Raising Your Family (and all that jazz)

It’s certainly not news to anyone reading this that running a dance studio while also raising children and maintaining a loving relationship with your spouse is extremely challenging to do – and…

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1 Decision That Changed My Studio [And How I Sold It]

If you’ve heard my story before, you know that I started my dance studio at 16 with a friend and really, really struggled the first 18 months. None of us had run…

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Often A Teacher, Never A CEO

How did you become a dance studio owner? For many of us, we taught dance at a studio and then decided to open our own. Others may have been born into a…

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