Last week, Nate gave a masterclass in his strategy for keeping families invested in the “10 year journey” that Brooklyn Music Factory has planned for each student.
In the process, we discovered that to keep students, you shouldn’t focus on retention as much as you focus on relationships.
Nate had so much to share that we had to split up our episode into two parts…
And in today’s episode, Daniel talks for an hour about the “hidden” driver of retention.
Forget the cheap gimmicks and “short-term” hacks… and get straight to the heart of what keeps a family in your studio.
This is the 1-2 punch… if you combine the two different (but complementary) strategies, you’ll never have to give out another attendance bracelet again.
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Here’s what we cover in the episode:
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Daniel and Nate
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