If you’ve spent any time around Grow Your Music Studio, you know that I’m a huge proponent of Google ads.
This post is not about that.
In today’s lesson, I talk about a tool that I’ve used for over half a decade. A tool that I’ve not talked about too much in my past videos and blog posts.
In the video below, you will learn:
Ready to dive in? Click play to start. There are timestamps below if you’d like to skip around a bit.
(0:00) Introduction and a question: “Is business coaching a waste of time? Is it a scam?”
(2:03) Introducing Alyssa (our special guest) and her unique premium lesson program
(3:42) The conversaion that increased my revenue 33% in 90 days
(6:30) Should you work with a business coach? (Two specific questions to ask)
(10:16) Biggest complaint about coaching: “My coach wasted my time and just told me a bunch of stories!”
(12:45) How to finally do the thing you know you SHOULD be doing (but are too afraid to try)
(17:51) We don’t have business problems… We have “me” problems!
(22:27) Bad coaches DO NOT listen to you… Great coaches do!
(30:44) Teaching vs Coaching in YOUR music studio (how to help your students grow faster)
(36:18) How Alyssa’s studio truly creates custom experiences for their students
(39:02) How you can create custom experiences for YOUR students (practical tips)
(42:11) My 3-step process for helping studio owners overcome their obstacles
(44:56) What most studio owners get wrong about goal-setting (and what to do instead!)
(49:44) Alyssa’s best advice for someone who is thinking of using a business coach
(50:41) Should you use a coach for motivation?
As long as an athlete is competing, they work with a coaching staff.
Similarly… As long as a musician is seeking to improve their craft, they work with a teacher or coach.
Why would it be different for a business owner?
Getting outside perspective can help you get unstuck and get to your goals faster than going alone.
Coaching has helped me immensely and helped me create a career and an income that I couldn’t have imagined coming out of music school.
I hope this conversation has been helpful for you!
What do you think? What questions do you have? Let me know in the comments!