107 – Cheyenne Olson on Using Music Clubs to Relaunch a Studio

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Summary

Over the next two episodes, you’re going to hear from two teachers who have moved and restarted their studios in new cities. The circumstances are pretty different, so I think you’ll enjoy hearing the contrast between the two experiences.

Today I’m joined by a teacher who relocated from Colorado to Utah. We talk about the steps she took and timeline she followed to close one studio and how she went about filling her new studio.

Here’s my conversation with Cheyenne Olson.

Resources:

094 – Anna Fagan on Teaching from an RV

Book: The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact by Chip Heath and Dan Heath

 

Connect with Cheyenne:

Website: www.cheyennespianostudio.com

Facebook: Cheyenne’s Piano Studio

Instagram: Cheyenne’s Piano Studio

Teachers Pay Teachers: Cheyenne’s Piano Studio

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