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Season 3, Episode 38: Time for a Change

Big changes ahead at the DanceLife retreat center with Rhee welcoming new owners into the space this summer. In today’s episode Stacey and Rhee reflect on dreams, transitions and the only constant in life, change.


Season 3, Episode 37: What Does Your Website Say About You?

Our website is often one of the first places potential customers go to find out more about us. What does yours say about you and your studio? Today Rhee and Stacey unpack the do’s and don’t’s of studio websites and reflect on what we can do as studio owners to make sure we are attracting…


Season 3, Episode 36: Rhee’s Rant

Competition season brings out the best and the worst in our dance studio owner experience. The high’s of winning awards down to the low’s of drama in the dressing rooms. Today, Rhee rants about the “Monday Meltdown” that sometimes occurs after a big competition weekend. I think you’re going to hear some familiar stories in…


The Dance Life Online Magazine

A collection of articles, thought-provoking commentary, classroom tips and strategies, smart business concepts, advice, and more. As always, Rhee Gold and his team will offer content to challenge the dance education field to hold each other and every student in high regard.

Swing The Pendulum Back

by Rhee Gold A while ago I held a seminar for teachers and studio owners at a dance convention that included a competition. These awesome people were teachers for all the right reasons-everyone was excited...
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She Just Can’t Stop Herself

"You're an artistic genius! How do you come up with an idea like that?" "Motivated to be different" is the motto of the teacher who choreographed the piece that everyone is raving about. She's the...
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Mary, Took the Common Bond Message to Heart

Is the teacher who produces phenomenal ballerinas more credible than the teacher who produces the best hip-hop dancers? Is the teacher in small-town America less passionate than the teacher in big-city America? My thought is...
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You Never Know

At my seminars, I always tell the attendees that it isn’t the number of their students who move on to professional careers or awards they have won that determine their success as teachers. Instead, it’s...
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I Have Often Wondered

by Rhee Gold I have often wondered why we (dance teachers) can be friends with teachers and school owners who teach in another state or quite a distance from where we do, but if the...
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