Use goal setting passwords to inspire the whole year through!

Use goal setting passwords to inspire the whole year through!

Today’s Tip: Use Goal Setting Passwords to inspire the whole year long!

As you know, it is smart to change our passwords often. How awesome would it be to create a special 2016 password(s) that you will type in each day that would be a constant reminder to keep the goals for 2016 every time you “login”? You could even make a special password for each month!


Here are some ideas to inspire you:

  • #bekindalways

  • #getmorestudentsthisyear123

  • #patience

  • #practiceonlyonthedaysyoueat


I’d like to hear from you now! Would you comment below and let me know what are your biggest struggles currently? This year I am excited to bring you helpful content and new activities to keep your studio flourishing. I would love to address topics that are helpful and of interest to you the most!

Thank you for reading! It is because of you that I keep at it every day, doing what I can to help you create a Thriving Studio!


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2 Responses to Use goal setting passwords to inspire the whole year through!

  1. Hi, Bree! Thanks for all you do to support musicians and music teachers!

    I teach Flute, Recorder, and Piano in a very small town called Montville (Oakdale, which is a village or section of Montville), CT not too far from the ocean and very close to Gardener lake. LOVE IT HERE!

    We are new to the community and about a 1/2 hour from everywhere, ha ha. I want to get the word to the high school and middle school and home schoolers that are here in town that I’m here and that I am “the best teacher in the world” for their child or themselves (I love teaching adults, too), although I specialize in children. đŸ˜‰

    You asked us to comment and mention our struggles, so I will.

    Besides being new to the area and starting out with getting my name and music teaching known, I am 54 and not knowledgeable in computers. I also have suffered from chronic migraines and fibromyalgia in the past and although MUCH BETTER now, have to limit my computer time. So besides learning how to maneuver, on facebook and these websites, I’m trying to limit my time on the computer so I can use my hands for music and eyes (the bright screen on computer is an issue).

    I’m so blessed to be able to do what I love, teaching music, and I know that the word will get out, because I will do whatever it takes to learn how and get more students.

    Thank you ever so much for all of your help in this aspect for me and for the rest of us. God bless!

    • Thanks so much for your comment Danielle! And my apologies for just now seeing this. Sounds like you are truly in the center of things if you live 1/2 hour drive to everywhere. That is in your best interest as you can attract students from all over! Good luck in reestablishing yourself. We move often ourselves, so I am always trying to figure out new ways to quickly rebuild and set up shop! Blessings!