Ep136 - Clint Salter - The Nicest Millionaire You'll Meet
Her Empire Builder with Tina Tower
🎧 This weeks podcast interview is with my beautiful friend Clint Salter, CEO of Dance Studio Owner's Association. He's also a Success Story inside of my new book, Million Dollar Micro Business and quite literally, the nicest millionaire you'll ever meet. I say that because for as long as I've known Clint and inside both private and public conversations, he's very commercially minded and savvy, but above all else, he believes in the impact that he's been put on this Earth to make and constantly strives for ways that he can serve more people and scale his business to make a bigger impact in his customers lives. 🎧 When the pandemic hit, we were on the phone together, both crying trying to figure out what the world was coming to and what he's managed to do since then for his clients is exceptional and we share in this episode how serving people and providing massive value even through scaling to a business that turns over multiple millions on your personal brand, is so important, and also profitable. Clint Salter is an award winning entrepreneur, business development strategist and best-selling author of 2 books. By the age of 16, he started his first dance studio and by 28, he had not only founded and sold 3 companies but was also named The Youngest Senior Celebrity Agent in Australia. Today, he’s the Founder and CEO of the Dance Studio Owners Association: the largest community of Dance Studio Owners in the world. Clint has helped over 34,000 dance studio owners grow their business, impact their local communities and improve the lives of over 800,000 children through the programs and services he’s created in DSOA. ⭐ Find out more about Clint at https://dsoa.com/ ⭐ @clintsalter
Clint Salter is an award-winning entrepreneur, best-selling author, and successful business development strategist. He is the Founder and CEO of Dance Studio Owners Association, the largest community of dance studio owners across the globe. Clint has helped over 34,000 dance studio owners grow their businesses, and his impact reaches over 800,000 children every week. Due to his success as an entrepreneur, Clint won the Gold Stevie Award in 2020 for Online Training. He was also named a finalist in the NSW Export Awards in 2019 and was recognized as Anthill Magazine’s 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur in 2009. In this episode… Do you want to build a committed and engaged community of like-minded entrepreneurs? Are you looking for tested methods to help you create a successful association? If so, this episode of The Marketing On Demand Show is for you. By the age of 28, Clint Salter founded and sold three different companies, earning him the title of the youngest Senior Celebrity Agent in Australia. Today, Clint owns a worldwide organization for dance studio owners—and he’s here to share his most effective entrepreneurial and marketing strategies with you. In this episode of The Marketing On Demand Show, Chad Evan Collins sits down with Clint Salter, the Founder and CEO of Dance Studio Owners Association, to discuss Clint’s experience building a powerful association. Listen in as Clint reveals his expert tips for constructing a successful community, keeping association members engaged, and creating exciting virtual live events. Stay tuned!
Ep 092 - From Sydney to Miami - Building Your Dream Business w: Clint Salter
What happens when you align your lifelong passion with your business?- You impact over 800,000 children EVERY week- You are celebrated as a finalist in the NSW, Australia Export Awards- You are a sought-after keynote speaker- You are able to contribute more on a global scaleMy latest guest, Clint Salter is an award winning entrepreneur, starting his first business at 16. By the age of 28, Clint founded and sold three companies along with being named the youngest Senior Celebrity Agent in Australia. And if that isn’t enough he is a sought after keynote speaker and best-selling author of 2 books.Today, he is the Founder and CEO of the Dance Studio Owners Association. The largest community of Dance Studio Owners worldwide. With clients including the top 20% of dance studio owners across the globe, Clint has helped over 32,000 dance studio owners to navigate growth and impact their local communities while being able to create a successful business and life. Clint’s impact reaches over 800,000 children weekly through the work he does with his dance studio owner clients...the largest impact that any dance educator has within the industry. His impact was further celebrated in 2019 being named a finalist in the NSW Export Awards. A firm believer in 'giving back’, Clint also worked with World Teacher Aid to build a performing arts classroom in Africa. As an educator and more importantly a learner, Clint knows the value of how the arts can transform the lives of children everywhere and can't wait to bring the gift of education to children in need.His advice:- Be curious always about the world around you- Never stop anything that makes you happy – live a truthful life- Always allow your truth to bubble to the surfaceEnjoy
How To Build A Profitable Community And Stay Passionate About It, With Clint Salter
Of 80,000 dance studios in English speaking countries, 35,000 are part of Clint Salters’ Dance Studio Owner’s Association, which he launched just six years ago. With a combination of courses, a subscription membership, and an ‘inner’-circle,’ Clint is building a fantastic community. Roland talks with him in this episode about the joys and challenges of his business. If you’re serving a niche audience and building a team, this episode will help you to stay passionate about what you’re doing with encouraging insights and practical tips. If this (or any of our episodes) helps you, head to our homepage, https://businesslunchpodcast.com/, and sign-up for our weekly memos. It would also really help us get the word out if you would subscribe and write a review on ApplePodcasts. Listen For The benefits of doing periodic challenges (or a ‘launch’). “Those challenges have really built our list, you know, when you do it right! What I love about a challenge (or a launch) is it creates a lot of groundswell, excitement, and enthusiasm for the message and what for you’re teaching”. Clint Salter The various ways they have tested and delivered those challenges. Why you should change your course content often! What Clint would do differently if he were to start out again today. The biggest challenge he has and what he’s done about it. How he found his amazing Operations hire and the process that ensured that it would be successful. Why you shouldn’t be afraid to employ full-time staff. “There’s something about a full-time team member. And I know that that is scary for people, but I have loved bringing members on full time because you’ve got the majority of their week, and there’s a different level of energy, investment, and commitment.” Clint Salter Clint’s Advice If you’re starting out! 1. Please don’t go out, do the photoshoot, get the new website, and spend all your money on it. You don’t need to do that. You need a landing page, you need great positioning, and you need to be able to help. 2. Get on the phone and talk to your customers. You just need to talk to people. You need to get on the phone and sell your program or sell your consulting. And as soon as you sell it, then you figure it out. You will figure it out when you work with people. 3. Understand who your target market is and niche down! Everyone has heard this, but people are still afraid. Pick it up and dive deep into that niche - and then serve them deeply, really deeply! Mentioned In This Episode Business Lunch with Roland Frasier is brought to you by Scalable Podcasts, and we’d also like to thank our partner, Conversion Fanatics, for their support. Go to ConversionFanatics.com for a free proposal today and tell them we sent you – because traffic without conversions is just sad! Find Clint Salter Through his website. Follow Roland Frasier On Facebook On Instagram Through his Website Follow Business Lunch Podcast On Twitter On YouTube Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Business Lunch with Roland Frasier? Have some feedback you’d like to share? Connect with us on ApplePodcasts and leave us an honest review! Your feedback will help us improve the show and connect us with more high flyers like you. Click to find us on Apple Podcasts and other podcast players.Mentioned in this episode:Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses!Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! EPIC Training
181. How to Identify Your Podcast Niche with Clint Salter
Should I Start A Podcast
Knowing your niche when developing and marketing your podcast can go a long way to making all your hard work pay off. But how do you identify your niche? Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If you have a podcast that caters to a specialty market, are in the beginning stages of developing one, or would just like to learn more about identifying your particular niche, this is the episode for you. On this episode of Should I Start a Podcast, we are treated to an informative talk by Clint Salter, the CEO and founder of the Dance Studio Owners Association and the host of the Transform My Dance Studio podcast. Clint has been around dance for 21 years and started his own studio at 16, which he later sold a few years later. Clint is the perfect example of identifying a niche and dominating it. He uses all his dance studio knowledge to help others in the same field grow and expand their businesses. Clint stresses the importance of finding your niche in the podcast world so that you can market to your specific audience and reach the type of people that can benefit from your message the most. Also in this episode: Clint’s unique journey into the dance studio business The biggest mistakes businesses make when marketing How to identify your niche and dominate it The three ways to use your niche How a podcast helps grow your business Why you should always be curious as a podcast host Why you should write down your goals How knowing your strengths can help define your goals How to get to know your market How to build relationships and why it’s crucial for a podcast Links: Clint on LinkedIn Dance Studio Owners Association Website
#142 Season 4 Finale with Clint Salter. Innovator. Author. DSOA.
The Dance Podcast
Clint Salter, founder of Dance Studio Owner's Association has been helping us close out each episode this season, so it's only fitting he closes the season with us! In just the past few months, Clint has held a massive Dance event in NYC and released another book, Dance Studio Secrets. Lauren and Clint dive deep into the ideas around innovation, being in flow and showing up in the spaces of personal JOY, what is takes to serve long term thinking over immediate gratification and the courage it takes to make difficult decisions. Listen now on Apple podcasts, spotify or at thedancepodcast.com Learn more about Clint at dsoa.com
Clint Salter is an Australian Native living the life in New York City. He is the CEO & Founder of the Dance Studio Owners Association and has over 13 years in the dance and entertainment industry. On this week’s episode, he shares the difference between those who achieve success and those who are stuck, how he keeps a clean lifestyle, and most importantly, what keeps him sane! Mentioned in This Episode: Dsoa.com Clint on LinkedIn Matthewkimberley.com Work with Me
99 - How To Grow a 7-Figure Business in a Tiny Niche with Clint Salter
Content Sells: Attract, Convert & Keep Your Ideal Clients with Content Marketing That Works
There is real power in “niching down” - that is, going for a smaller and more specific slice of a larger market. But it can be hard to let go of the many to focus on the few. One person who made that leap and took a giant leap forward in his business, his income and his love for his business is head of the Dance Studio Owners Association and Studio Success Formula, Clint Salter. Clint took a tiny niche and turned it into a BIG business! And in this episode, your hosts Suzi Dafnis and Michelle Falzon chat with Clint about how he transitioned from helping all business owners to only helping dance studio owners and what tips he would give to other business owners ready to tap into the power of a niche. FREE DOWNLOAD: Finding Your Niche: 6 Thought Starter QuestionsWe’ve put together this list of 6 questions you want to ask yourself when you are considering how you might use the power of Niching Down Listen to this episode to hear more about: How being the expert of everything can be exhausting (and what to do instead) What role the pursuit of “EPIC meaning” has in your decision to niche down Why “broader is not better” How to get your team more laser focused by focusing on a narrower niche The number one thing people in Clint’s community are attracted to (the answer may surprise you) How to focus on a niche even you think it’s too small When and how to pivot your business from a broader focus to a niche focus Why you need to think of your niching down as an “experiment’ And much more. Also mentioned in this episode: FREE Download - Finding Your Niche: 6 Thought Starter Questions Dance Studio Owners Association 69 - Why You Need To Find Your Niche where we talked about the power of niching down
#121 Clint Salter. Dance Studio Owners Association Owner and CEO.
The Dance Podcast
From his 13 years in the dance and entertainment industry Clint recognised an absolute need for dance studio owners to become entrepreneurs and not simply technicians. He went on to create DSOA, the first online business school for dance studio owners. This online training course sees studio owners from across the globe engage in the program to transform their passion into a highly profitable business. Whether you are an owner, independent contractor or the CEO of your life- we dive deep into communication, language, partnerships and what is takes to be the best version of yourself every day. More on Clint Dance has been a part of his life for over 20 years. From starting dance classes at the age of 9 to creating and selling a dance studio at the age of 16 and currently helping other dance studio owners build their dream studios through our business growth programs and events, this has been my passion. Aside from creating and selling 3 businesses by the time he was 28, he has also been a Senior Celebrity Agent for 5 years managing top media and television personalities as well as being the touring manager for the Tony Award Winning musical Jersey Boys. But at the end of the day, all roads lead me back to what he does best and what is my absolute passion in life...helping dance studio owners become more profitable and make a bigger impact in the lives of their staff and dance families.