Have you ever seen someone that has ultimately benefited from your teachings?
It is important to keep on track with this and discuss it in your staff meetings.
If you truly believe that what you do changes lives and you have things that back it up, and you’ve seen how their lives changed, then your attitude changes about everything you do when it comes to marketing your school — you will have more confidence in your program.
You can do whatever it takes to compel people to come in and take part in your program
If you are not seeing those types of results yet, don’t worry about it, change your approach first so you have a methodical way to make someone from A to B – from unconfident to confident, to disrespectful to respectful.
If you don’t have that kind of transformation yet, don’t market yet, but rather focus on working with the fundamentals of actually changing lives.
Start taking those success stories and putting them into a document and if these stories are being shared over and over again with your staff, the students, and parents people will buy into the fact that you’re going to help them too.
We need to have the guts and confidence to go out and talk to people and share our school success stories. Be the advocate of your school.
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