Digital Coaching

Note: This is an online coaching program. If you are interested in the in-person version, check out the retreat page.

Stop talking about how hard it is to get (and keep) yourself organized. It’s time to take action! Work with Amy in a small group setting to gain control of key areas in your digital workspace, including email, documents, devices, and more. Amy will walk you through the process of clean-up, re-organization, and future mindset/upkeep.

Due to the small group and personal nature of this coaching, space is limited for both the online and retreat versions.

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Meet with Amy for 6 one-hour sessions. During this time, roughly 20-40 minutes will be direct instruction, with the remaining time dedicated to tackling the work with Amy available for questions.

  1. Devices (phone & tablet)
  2. Computers (desktops & laptops)
  3. Documents (file storage)
  4. Media (photos & videos)
  5. Online Content ( blogs/ subscriptions, etc.)
  6. Email

As an added bonus, you will have access to Amy for an additional 3 hours in open office/power-hour sessions. You can use that bonus time simply as heads-down accountability time to continue work from the previous sessions or to ask Amy additional questions.

All sessions will be recorded and available for three months.
(Open office hours will not be recorded.)

Schedule (Winter 2024 Session)

*All sessions will be held from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Eastern Time.

Week 1

Monday, January 22 – Devices
Tuesday, January 23 – Computers
Wednesday, January 24 – Open office /power hour

Week 2

Monday, January 29 – Documents
Tuesday, January 30 – Media
Wednesday, January 31 – Open office /power hour

Week 3*

Monday, February 5 – Online content
Tuesday, February 6 – Email

Week 4*

Wednesday, February 14 – Open office /power hour

*Note that the final open office/power hour is the week following the final session. This is due to the free monthly power hour that is already scheduled for the first Monday of every month. Feel free to join in on that session!



Early bird rate (before January 12) – $83*
*Use the code WINTER2024 at checkout

Full rate – $97

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Bonuses and Ongoing Support

Facebook Group

Teachers who participate in this digital coaching series or the in-person retreat will get access to my Digital Organization for Music Teachers Facebook Group, where you can freely ask questions and share successes.

Discounted Rates**

30% off individual consultations (related to this topic)

30% off repeat registrations for this online coaching series.

NEW – 75% off an AUDIT version of this course in the future (i.e., you can attend but must remain on mute and cannot ask questions or get support during the live calls).

**Contact Amy for discount codes.

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About Amy

Amy Chaplin runs Studio 88, an independent piano studio in Northeast Indiana. Besides teaching, she loves helping other teachers thrive in their teaching, business, and life through The Piano Pantry Podcast, and blog. She frequently presents at the local, state, and national levels on topics including but not limited to marketing, organization, professional development, and application of music learning theory.

She has been featured on other podcasts, including Key Ideaswith Leila VissMusic Studio Startup with Andrea Miller, and the Duet Partner podcast. One of her former speaking sessions, The Wild West of Marketing: How do you know what really works?” is now part of Tim Topham’s membership site, Top Music Co. 

Amy has a Master’s in Piano Pedagogy and Performance from Ball State University, a Bachelor’s in Music Education, Choral K-12, from Huntington University, and a certification in Music Learning Theory (MLT) and its practical application for piano through the Gordon Institute for Music Learning (GIML).  An active member of Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), Amy has served in multiple leadership roles at the state and local levels.

Outside of work life, Amy loves to cook, read, travel, camp, and spend time with friends and family.


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