A lot of guitar teachers struggle to grow their businesses because they lose students as fast as they come in…it’s like trying to bail water out of a sinking ship, and they never seem to be able to get ahead. The solution is to improve your student retention and keep your existing students around longer, while you continue adding new students at the same time.
In this episode, I’ll give you 7 “secrets” of good student retention that can help you shut the back door of your teaching studio and keep more of your existing students from quitting. Using even just a few of these strategies can begin to turn your business around in a relatively short period of time and help you stop struggling to get by and start becoming a more successful guitar teacher.
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