As people who employ themselves, Labor Day can seem irrelevant to us. It is not. On the heels of this past Labor Day weekend – whether you are in the USA or somewhere else in the world – have two conversations: one with your boss and one with your worker.
From the mind of Michelle Markwart Deveaux…
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“What’s In Your Hour?” is about empowering you to price your lessons, services and products based on the value you offer, not just the going rate.
If voice teachers kept up with inflation, the numbers show we should be pricing our sessions between $250-$750. Let’s explore the data and reduce the guilt.
Learn the difference between an “Independent contractor” and “Employee” in your Multi Teacher Studio – so that you can be sure that your workers are classified properly. You need to think about it and it’s important.
Michelle answers the question: If I wanted to get voice/singing lessons, how would you suggest I look for a good teacher for me? Or a class? Where do a start? Get the answer here, and if you are a teacher, see if you are prepared to answer this question yourself!
Michelle delivered a presentation on pricing at NATS 2022 that brought up the question: “How to scale your business using ethical pricing strategies.” Find out the answer here
Sara Campbell is a marketing coach, business coach, and online content creator. When asked this last week, I realized this person is seeped in the scarcity/competition narrative. Today, I explain how we can explore partnerships to improve our business instead of worrying.
You know you want to join a particular program or membership and you know that it will 100% meet your needs. That is, if you can actually take advantage of it. You’re already overwhelmed and these action items will help you overcome your frustrations.
It's the time when we choose words for the year. It's an extremely valuable exercise - one that allows us to choose an intention and stick with it. There are no...
Why a Year-Long Tuition Plan Isn’t as Impossible as it may Sound for Voice Teachers – Moving to a 12-Month Tuition Instead of Following the School Year
If you are a voice teacher that begins their tuition plans in September, follows the school year, and loves it, this blog isn't for you. If you are a voice teacher...