CPTP101: 100th Episode Special: Our Favourite Conversations From the Last 2 Years (Part 2)

favourite conversations

favourite conversations

Did you become a piano teacher because you LOVE music, but now struggle to handle the business side of things? Or perhaps you’re in a little bit of a teaching rut and need to find a way out?

Well then today’s episode is for you. This is the second part of our 100th episode celebration and I’m sharing my favourite conversations so far about business and teaching transformations.

These are the best snippets from the podcast so far that will help you level up your business game, and those minute details about your teaching that could change everything. Find out about multi-teacher studios, automation, teen retention and more in this awesome roundup episode.

If you’ve enjoyed these extra special episodes with our favourite conversations then let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear what you think.


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In this episode, you’ll learn

  • How to have a life and run a business
  • Tips for travelling teachers
  • How to nurture new leads for potential students
  • When the right time is to hire another teacher
  • How to automate the new student enquiry process
  • Why you should try teaching non-legato first
  • The value and importance of rote teaching
  • How to set goals for students with special needs
  • How to keep teens in lessons through the rough patches

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What did we miss?

Now that you’ve heard both parts of our 100th episode special, was there one of your favourite conversations that we missed? What do you think should’ve made the list?

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