This is the second episode in the Founders Series.
(Be sure to listen to all five episodes in order, to make the best choice for your online music lessons!)
Remember when you first listened to a podcast? That feeling of having so much opportunity to learn, be entertained, be informed and gain knowledge… you feel like you’re on top of the world. It’s kinda the same thing when you hear about a piece of software that was designed specifically for music teachers like you.
And I know, because I’ve seen it, as soon as we hear about one of these SaaS products, we are bound to hear about another and another and another… and soon, our heads are spinning. In this series, I’m taking you on a journey to not just understand what the tools can do for you and your students, but also to help you make the best choice based on what the software provides, the trajectory it’s on and some of the guiding principles.
Our guests in this series are:
- Michael Grande of Rock Out Loud Live
- Sam Reti of Muzie.Live
- Rebecca Featherstone of Musicology
- Eric DeGrove of Blink Session Music
In this episode, my guests will be sharing with you the why behind the software and some cool features that help to define their products.
I want you to come away from this episode with a better idea as to who Mike, Sam, Rebecca and Eric are and the passion they have for the music education industry.
This episode covers the following questions:
- When did you start this company and developing this app/software?
- Who was your software originally designed for?
- Why did you decide to build this software?
- What is the mission of your software?
- What feature are you most known for?
- What feature or features are you most proud of?
- What feature or features have you added most recently?
- How do you determine what features to add to your software?
Remember there is going to be a full detailed blog post at the end of this series which will include the answers in an easy to navigate format.
Be sure to hit the follow or subscribe button in your podcast app because next week we are continuing the conversation with a deep dive into making sure your lessons are as top notch as possible.
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I love chatting with my podcast listeners, so whether you’ve just started listening with this series or have been listening since episode 1, book a call with me at http://callwithjaime.com; I’m also over on Instagram at @jaimeslutzky