Six ways to organize your teaching studio so you can spend more time teaching your students and less time managing them
If you teach harp lessons, it’s probably because you love to answer those questions about how to angle your fingers, what piece to learn for that recital, and how to take music and make it come to life on the strings. You likely teach because you want to nurture a love of music in others, not because you love keeping track of lesson payments or enforcing your cancellation policy. Wait, you don’t have a lesson cancellation policy? You also don’t have a payment collection system? It’s okay. You’ve come to the right place. We’ll show you some simple ways to organize your studio so you can spend more of your lesson time teaching and less time on administrative details.