This is Part 4 of a 4-part series on redeveloping techniques so they work with everyone you dance with: Part 1 – Why A Universal Learning Method Is So Valuable For Your Dancing Part 2 – How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique Part 3 – STOP Dancing On The Beat? Part 4 – [You
I recommend teaching 15 minute private lessons (in a very specific way shown below) and I think they can often provide more value than full hour lessons, if they are done well. Plus, by learning to hone your skills and provide great value in a 15 minute lesson, you can also drastically improve the value you
0 shares Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Do you wish dancers would take more of your lessons and focus more on what you are teaching them? Whether you are teaching dance online or in person……it is frustrating when you know you have really important and valuable information to share and yet your students don’t seem to get it.
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(Website links mentioned in video are in the Resources) I confess!!! Here is one way that I have not been following my own advice. Let’s explore this so you can learn from my “failures” and avoid doing the same thing I did.”‘Failure’ is a normal part of the journey towards success. If you hide from it, it
0 shares Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Share0 Let’s look at how we helped Boris use email to sell out his intermediate dance workshop 2 weeks in advance. I’ve put on lots of dance workshops and I’ve never had one sell out. The very first workshop that I organized with Andrew’s help sold out 2 weeks