Mini Interview: Rachel Ehring on Startup Costs and Being Flexible

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Business Building 101 starts this week! As I mentioned in previous weeks, I’ll be bringing another live cohort of teachers through the Business Building 101 program!

This 12-week course is all about building a strong foundation for a financially-sustainable business.

You’ll get weekly video lessons to complete whenever it’s convenient and you can join the live office hours to get personalized help and hang out with other teachers in the cohort.

Today’s mini interview comes from Rachel Ehring who was part of the very first Business Building 101 cohort. Our discussion might stretch you to think differently about how you launch or expand your studio. We talk startup finances, laying the groundwork for a successful studio launch, and being flexible during COVID.


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