090 – Tony Parlapiano on Thriving as a Travel Teacher

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A full transcript for this episode can be found here.


Often travel teaching is seen as a way to start a studio if you don’t have a permanent space to use or are trying to break into a new market, but today’s guest built his career in travel teaching for almost two decades.

Today’s interview with Tony Parlapiano is chock-full of practical advice on how to make it work as a travel teacher, everything from pricing to policies. There are insights both new and veteran teachers will appreciate.

A full transcript and resources from this episode can be found at MusicStudioStartup.com/episode090.

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