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CPTP126: Taking Care of Business with Todd Whaley

by Tim Topham

There’s a global shift among piano teachers to start taking their studios more seriously. Many teachers are now taking care of their businesses and no longer see this as just a “hobby” or a side job. This is a profession. And with that comes all the trappings a small business needs like invoices, expense tracking, ... CPTP126: Taking Care of Business with Todd Whaley

05/11/2018 Read more

Boost Your Piano Teaching Productivity with These 5 Tips

by Sean Wales

Teaching Productivity Being organised and productive is sometimes the best way to ensure your business runs smoothly. How can you expect to continue expanding your piano studio with all these new students that your awesome website is attracting if you don’t have the time to fit everything in? Even the most disorganised person can learn ... Boost Your Piano Teaching Productivity with These 5 Tips

06/25/2017 Read more

How to Change to Monthly Billing for Piano Lessons

by Tim Topham

Earlier this year, I decided to shift to monthly billing, charging my students a monthly, recurring flat-rate for their piano lessons. Previously, like many teachers, I’d been charging on a lesson-by-lesson basis so, if a student had four lessons in a month at $50 per lesson, they’d be charged $200, etc. But if they missed one or ... How to Change to Monthly Billing for Piano Lessons

06/07/2017 Read more