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Business 101 for Dance & Fitness Teachers (The Business of Teaching Dance and Fitness) (Volume 1) Paperback – March 26, 2016
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About the Author
Amity “Alize” Ollis is a dancer, studio owner, troupe director, event producer, and CPA licensed in New Hampshire. Amity’s Raq-On Dance Studio has won multiple arts and educational awards for programming in the Northeast. She is the Director of the annual Shimmyathon Dance Festival and have hosted over fifty events including national and international dancers. Amity juggles her performance career, a dance troupe, a studio, and a busy event production schedule in addition to a career as a tax manager for a billion dollar nonprofit and consultations with small businesses and nonprofits. She still finds time to do volunteer work, travel, hike, kayak, and work on her collection of classic cars.
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Throughout each section, you are provided with gems to help you navigate the waters of setting up and running your business. There are handy worksheets to help draw out what you need to consider when embarking upon your venture. These are all included to keep you on track and help you avoid some of the common pitfalls that can stymie a new (or not so new) business owner. Even if you've been teaching for years, this book can help you tie up the loose ends and streamline your processes so you'll have more time to dance and spend less time on administrative aspects (some of which may not be the best use of your time or may be ineffective, but you just can't quite figure out why).
Finally, there is a bonus section about creating a business plan. A business is far more likely to succeed long term with a well thought out plan conceived from the start.
Then only thing that Amity doesn't do for you...is start your business. You can do it! Get this helpful publication and you're on your way!