Setting up a Private Drum Lesson Business.

It’s been a roller coaster for the past 3 weeks, thinking about P37 Drums. I never thought I’d end up setting up my own private practice, but this new chapter of life has already taught me new things about myself, and how to deal with ambiguity, mostly. When I first decided to run this on my own, It was literally, just sitting in front of my laptop and saying, “ok, what do I now.” I’ve always been a follower, and this new feeling of freedom and adventure is really foreign to me. I’m so thankful for all the support that I’ve received from my family, friends, students, and of course my dear wife Kristen, who helped me set up this website, amongst all the other things that she has done, is doing, and will do for me.

I have a to-do list of about 20 items, and it seems to be organically growing, I can see now why business owners seem to generate ideas so freely, I’m starting to feel that overwhelming sense of “there’s so many things that I want do”, both for the business and future students.

Over the past 3 weeks, I churned out about 800 drum exercises for 2 volumes, watched countless videos on social media marketing, and how to set up a legit music education business. I’ve never saved so many videos in my YouTube account before.

Alright, enough blabbering, I look forward to growing this private practice, and I pray that I’ll be a blessing to my students. Whoever you are, reading this, if you’re interested to learn drums, please feel free to leave your contact details, and we can schedule a free 45-min consultation.

I look forward to meeting you.

~Teacher Joel~

~Private Drum Teacher from Pasir Ris, Elias Road, Singapore~

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