Rhee Gold is passionate about dance education and the business of teaching dance. He is a pioneer in the field and now he is taking his unique brand of inspiration and insight to the world of podcasts. Listen as he helps dance teachers and studio owners achieve their dreams.
Part 3 of an 8 part series Live from the 2019 DanceLife Teacher Conference, we talk with Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Fred Knecht.
Part 2 of an 8 part series Live from the 2019 DanceLife Teacher Conference, we talk with conference faculty Diane Gudat, a freelance writer, teacher and choreographer from Indianapolis, Indiana.
Part 1 of an 8 part series Live from the 2019 DanceLife Teacher Conference, we talk with Tricia Gomez from Rhythm Works Integrative Dance.
Today marks the start of our 8 part series, live from the 2019 DanceLife Teacher Conference in Atlantic City!
No matter how great your studio is or how hard you work, there will always be students who want to try something new. Coping with the loss of a student is a big part of owning a dance studio. Listen as Rhee gives his perspective on this part of our business.
Rhee loves a good rant! This is #3 of our Rhee’s Rant series. Listen as Rhee reminds you, as a studio owner, to take care of yourself and how to avoid burnout.
Do you have your customer’s journey mapped out? Do you know each step of the process? Listen as Rhee and Stacey talk you through your ideal customer journey and the benefits in having this knowledge up your sleeve for decision making in your studio.
Does your studio attend dance competitions? Do you want to? How do you make it work for you and your studio? Listen as Rhee talks about the pros and cons of offering Dance Competitions at your studio.
We’ve spoken before about fun things to do with your students over the summer, but this time we are talking about intensive programs. Get new ideas to plan something special…
Are you scheduling regular professional development? You should be… listen as Rhee explains why professional development and continuing education are important parts of your growth as a studio and as a studio owner.
Recital season is over and summer break is around the corner. What should you do now? Rhee has lots of tips for making the most of this time. It’s a great time to reflect, respond and to give yourself an opportunity to breathe.
You loved it so much the first time, Rhee’s Rant is back! Should Dance Studio Owners be paid for what they do, or is this just a little hobby they do for fun? Rhee has something to say about this in our 2nd Rhee’s Rant Episode, enjoy!
Rhee Gold and many others consider Roni Mahler a legend in the dance world. Rhee and Roni talk about making strong dancers in this new generation, the power of dance and the role of dance teachers in empowering the youth of today.
Rhee talks about the daunting challenges of running a dance studio. Our everyday struggle such as the way in which to retain the students you have enrolled, arranging payment plans and juggling life’s other obligations with being a dance studio owner all can cause headaches and sleepless nights.
Summer can be a difficult time for dance studio owners, or it can be the chance to get creative and involve your community in something special. In this episode, Rhee and Stacey discuss innovative ways to increase enrollment during summer.
Gregg Russell has been around the dance studio for most of his life, his mother taught him to dance from a young age. He is a passionate dance educator and teacher. He loves tap and sharing his knowledge of it with other dance teachers.
What is your studio culture? Once you know this, you can then explain to prospective customers what sets you apart from your competitors and makes you special. Work with us as Rhee talks you through developing a culture for your studio.
Rhee has a long history with dance competitions, but there first there are a few things he wants to set straight! Rhee started out going to dance competitions when he was young, went on to run dance competitions and now has a unique insight to this booming industry.
So much of what we do as dance studio owners comes down to the confidence we have; in ourselves, our brand, our staff and our mission. Rhee unpacks the importance of confidence for the success of your business.
Tapping into the real reason behind your choice of career is essential in communicating your purpose to your team, your students and your clients. Join us as we work together to envision your mission for the future.