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Finding Your Teaching Style and Attracting Ideal Clients

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Finding Your Teaching Style And Attracting Ideal Clients

Ever had a student who wasn’t a good fit for your studio? 

(It’s okay to say yes.) 

It is SO easy to fall into the “I need to accept every student” mindset. And sometimes it happens without us even realizing it! 

When we accept clients who aren’t a good fit for our teaching style or studio focus, we aren’t serving anyone! We aren’t serving them, ourselves, or our other clients. 

And ultimately? This can be a real drag on your business. That’s why it’s so important to know what kind of a teacher you are and what kind of clients you want to serve.

We need to find our unique teaching style and know how to communicate that to our potential clients.

We’re talking unique value proposition! 

Dealing with clients who are less than ideal can be a total drag on your business, and yet it’s SO easy to fall into the “I need to accept every student” mindset.

But it doesn’t have to be that way — Check out this conversation with Ultimate Music Theory creator, Glory St. Germain where we discuss how you can use your unique teaching style to attract the right kind of students to your studio.

Catch more business, mindset, and awesometicity tips here on the coaching page every Wednesday at 12pm ET.

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