I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the lowest price dance lessons may not be the best value.
You can only focus on one thing at a time. When you focus on money, you don’t focus on quality and service.
People talk about the price of dance lessons. Sometimes, they call me and say, “It’s too expensive to take lessons at Fred Astaire.”
They don’t understand the value. The price of our lessons is not just for a dance lesson. It includes free group lessons, free dance parties, full-time certified dance instructors who train every day. Our pricing includes a clean, friendly, safe studio. Professional instruction by people whose focus is not divided by having to juggle several jobs.
If you’re just looking for the cheapest purchase – whether it’s a dance lesson, a meal, a car, or a new outfit – you’re not necessarily going to get the best.
Either way, you pay for it in the end — more cash outlay up front or by suffering in the end (a car that breaks down, clothing that frays, dance lessons that don’t truly teach you how to dance in any situation).