Rhee Gold's DanceLife
Summary: Rhee Gold is passionate about dance education and the business of teaching dance. He is a pioneer in the field, launching the first business (and motivational) seminar for dance teachers in the mid-90s and is now the director of the DanceLife Teacher Conference and the DanceLife Retreat Center attracting hundreds of teachers and studio owners from around the world. Gold’s mission is to inspire dance people to appreciate the gift that dance offers all who experience it. He encourages teachers to be unique, make their own mark on the field and to have the confidence to follow the path that best suits their goals for success. His entrepreneurial and leadership skills have had a long-lasting impact on the dance community, he is the author of the Complete Guide to Teaching Dance, served as the publisher of Dance Studio Life magazine for 14 years and has served as the President of Dance Masters of America, the United Dance Merchants of America, the founding co-chair of UNITY and is now the Director of the International Dance Entrepreneurs Association, also known as I.D.E.A. When given the chance to “talk dance,” Rhee is all about it and that’s what this podcast is all about. We’ll crisscross everything about teaching dance from business to classroom success and we’ll definitely hit on the heart and soul of what being a dance teacher is all about.
Rhee loves a 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 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.
Do you do dance competitions? Do you want to? How do you make it work for you? 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 for your dedicated dancers as we discuss the many options you have for making the summer memorable for your students.
Professional development and continuing education are important parts of your development as a studio and as a studio owner. Are you scheduling regular professional development?
Have you just finished your recital? Are you about to launch into your summer break? Rhee has lots of tips for making the most of this time.
Should Dance Studio Owners be paid for what they do, or is this just a little hobby that they do for fun? Rhee has something to say about this in our 2nd Rhee's Rant Episode, enjoy!
Today 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.
If you have ever struggled with dance studio ownership, you are not alone. If you are having a hard time and need a pick me up, this episode is for you.
n this episode, Rhee and Stacey discuss innovative ways to get dancers through your doors during Summer.
Gregg Russell is a passionate dance educator and dance teacher. He loves Tap and sharing his knowledge with other dance teachers. Join him and Rhee as they hang out at the DanceLife Retreat Center, talking tap and teaching.
As a professional working in a dance studio, developing a strong studio culture is an important part of success. Work with us in this episode as Rhee talks you through developing a culture for your studio.
Do you love dance competitions? Is your studio a competition studio? Rhee has a long history with dance competitions but there are a few things that he wants to rant about when it comes to this topic.
In this episode, Rhee unpacks the importance of having confidence for the success of your business. He inspires you to be confident when talking to that problem parent.
Today's episode of the Rhee Gold DanceLife podcast is full of tips for how to what you do, better and more efficiently than ever.