Mary created a full studio in under six months. Hear how she did it! You’ll learn about growing your students and finding extra time for creative work in this episode.
Mary Chalaby joined Tim on the show to discuss how she achieved significant growth in her Brisbane studio within the first 6 months of establishing it.
She also tells us how joining Piano Pivot Live and TopMusicPro has helped boost her confidence in running the business from the start, helping her find encouragement and space to create.
In this conversation we’ll find out how she managed to make her business thrive and grow from zero to 30 students in record time, even during a pandemic!
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Mary Chalaby is a pianist, teacher, music arranger and event manager. She has a passion for sharing her love of creative and high-quality music-making with her community, both through teaching and performing. Her studio, Koala Keys Music School, is located in Brisbane, Australia.
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