As a Libra, I’m on the eternal quest for balance.  

I asked a teenage student, “Have you ever turned down an invitation for something you would have liked to do because of a scheduled piano lesson?” He uncontrollably delivered a half-smile and politely answered, “maybe sometimes.” I replied, “I understand the feeling because, on the flip side, I’ve turned down opportunities for my children because of a scheduled piano lesson.”

Balance and commitment receive high marks within my value structure. Those who feel the same don’t like to cancel appointments and struggle to choose between two competing interests.

These are all things I considered when creating the vision for channels. For the exact cost of booking a one-hour private lesson, students can access 50+ live classes a month and make the choices that work for them.

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Go to the party, and have a blast! There will be more channels tomorrow.

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The quest for balance

September 1, 2022

As a Libra, I’m on the eternal quest for balance.   I asked a teenage student, “Have you ever turned down an invitation for something you would have liked to do because of a scheduled piano lesson?” He uncontrollably delivered a half-smile and politely answered, “maybe sometimes.” I replied, “I understand the feeling because, on … Continue reading “The quest for balance”

What makes a lesson special?

August 31, 2022

We all start somewhere. I was working for a local mom-and-pop music shop when I quit my job and, during the same conversation, asked for an opportunity to teach at their new location. I had only started playing the piano a few years before. There was no prior experience with childhood lessons to guide my … Continue reading “What makes a lesson special?”

The experience you provide is > than the lesson you deliver.

August 6, 2022

Have you ever attended a party where young children were playing in perfect harmony, then suddenly, an adult stepped into the ring and announced, “Okay, kids, now we’re going to play a game!” And so begins the organization of fun. The children are given instructions that need repeating, rules that can’t be broken; perhaps they’ve … Continue reading “The experience you provide is > than the lesson you deliver.”



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