Improvement Science and 5 Percent Better Everyday

As a music teacher, you are training the next generation of leaders in a vital skill: the art of practicing.

Practicing is the art of improving a specific skill. It leads to the path of mastery. What you focus on will improve. This applies to teachers as well. What are you doing as a teacher to improve the practice of your teaching?

A Designed Morning Routine

For me, improvement begins with a morning routine. My morning routine includes a time of reflection. By setting aside time for gratitude and reflection, I am able to digest and celebrate every small win and every step forward. Reflecting also allows me to learn from my mistakes and mentally prepare myself for what’s next to come.

After I reflect,

How To Teach Preschoolers Piano And Fill Your Studio To Capacity!

preschool music curriculum

Hello Music Teachers.  This is a replay of our Teaching Preschoolers Piano webinar from April 3, 2016.  We had a lot of technical glitches but we sorted them out in the end.

Who is this for?

This webinar was primarily for private piano teachers who own their own studios or are freelance teachers in bigger studios and schools.

What Will I Learn?

  • 4 year olds are just too darn difficult and too young to teach piano, right?  Wrong!  Find out why preschoolers can triple the income of your music studio
  • Most music teachers simply wait to teach kids at 7 or 8 years old.  You can fill your studio if you know how and what to teach them as young as 3 and 4 years old.