Have you ever found yourself thinking “I wish I knew more about the business side of running a studio before I got started?”
Don’t worry – you’re not alone (not by a mile!) and it’s certainly not too late to start learning now.
In this episode, special guest Sue Brooke shares her insights as a serial entrepreneur who started out with a Ballroom Dance Studio at the age of 22.
In This Podcast
Clint is joined by best-selling author, small business mentor, speaker and coach, Sue Brooke who will have you falling back in love with your studio when she shares:
- Her biggest tips on overcoming those first few years in business as a dance studio owner (with lessons from her own experience that you will not want to miss)
- Facing adversity in both your personal life and in business, and how to shift your mindset to not only overcome it but to empower you in exceeding your goals
- How to plan for, manage and enable growth in your dance studio
PLUS you won’t want to miss Sue’s Top 3 marketing tips for dance studio owners!
To hear more from today’s special guest, Sue Brooke make sure to check out www.suebrooke.com
Share the ‘Transform My Dance Studio’ love and Get in Touch!
Thanks for listening to today’s podcast – we’d love to hear your feedback so please check out our facebook page where you can leave your reviews and ask any questions about today’s episode.
Don’t forget to share this podcast with your Dance Studio Owner friends and colleagues!
The Dance Studio Owners Association is for studio owners who are ready to commit to building their dream studio through taking consistent action while accepting guidance and advice. It’s for new studio owners and experienced studio owners alike. No matter what stage you’re at in your business, you’ll gain valuable information to take your studio to new levels while becoming a go to studio in your area.
DSOA members also have exclusive access to some of the greatest minds in business through our expert masterclasses, one-on-one mentoring through our member makeover experience, and a monthly Q&A session that directly answers all your pressing questions about being a Studio Owner.
Our association is a community. It’s a community of dance studio owners who have seen what Clint has not only produced with his own studio, but his Studio Owner clients and program members over 6 years. They’ve seen the results and they want to be a part of the action!
For more on the Dance Studio Owners Association check out our website at www.dancestudioownersassociation.com or visit our Facebook page
See you next week for another value-packed episode!