Eric Rinehart is a young piano teacher who is seriously going places. Eric is an Inner Circle member I’ve been following his journey for some time now and I knew I had to get him on the show to talk about his amazing studio growth and how he his tripled his piano teaching income.
If you are looking to expand your own studio and perhaps get into teaching groups then you need to listen to this episode. This is a really inspiring case study and I can’t wait to see where Eric goes from here.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- Why Eric hired another teacher to work for him
- How he has come to understand his strengths and specialise
- Why Eric decide to hire a virtual assistant and where he found one
- What roles and tasks he is outsourcing to his V.A.
- How his income has grown and teaching hours expanded
- The changes that have made the biggest impact on his teaching
- Eric’s plans and goals for his school in the future
- Eric’s Piano School
- CPTP136: How to hire your first teacher
- CPTP133: How to motivate students to practice with Aaron Garner
- Piano Marvel
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What inspired you most about Eric’s story?
Do you wish you could triple YOUR piano teaching income? Did you appreciate his thoughts about investing in himself?