Today Rhee and Stacey talk about the importance of setting strong boundaries in order to create the work/life balance you are craving. With the summer starting and a new season not too far away, this is the perfect time to make changes that will benefit your business, your family and your mindset as we head towards a fresh start.
It’s the most exciting time of the year! Recital time! Make it a positive experience for yourself, your dancers, and their families with your enthusiasm and gratitude that we have the opportunity, once again, to bring the joy of dance back to the stage. Join Stacey and Rhee as they talk about how to head into your recital season feeling great!
As we move into the recital season, let us all be grateful for the opportunity to be live and in-person! Let go of the worries, live in the moment, and be confident that you and your clientele can enjoy this journey with pride. Rhee and Stacey unpack a positive approach to the recital season.
During post-COVID times, we are discovering that “things” are not the same as they were more than two years ago. Often, we find students or even staff who are struggling and looking to us to lead. Join Stacey and Rhee as they explore strategies that will help to make the best of all situations and continue to appreciate and better understand how we can use dance to lighten the load for so many of those around us.
Having an accountability partner or an accountability strategy can make a big difference when it comes to goal setting and more importantly goal achieving! Today Rhee and Stacey talk about the way accountability works in the Gold Alliance, Rhee’s exclusive coaching program for Dance Studio Owners and how having someone to hold you accountable for your goals can help you achieve them faster with better results.
Creating a welcoming, inclusive culture in your studio is sometimes more important that the steps you teach or the color of your branding. Creating a home where dancers can be themselves, be celebrated for who they are and live their truth is so important. Today Rhee and Stacey talk about how to create that culture in your studio and why is can be the key to your success.
Are you burnt out? Ready to throw in the towel? Whether you are thinking of selling you studio today or in ten years, there are a few major considerations that need to be made that we don’t want to take you by surprise. In today’s episode Rhee and Stacey talk you through those considerations and give you their opinion on the best time to walk away or stay on in your studio.