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A Resource Of Ideas And Solutions

 
Do You Cope With These Problems?
  • Not getting enough customers or students
  • Not retaining customers or students
  • Not being adequately paid for your experience and qualifications (low earnings)
  • Not being able to ask for earnings appropriate to your experience and qualifications
  • Lack of security and reoccurring income
  • Coping with too much versus not enough work
  • Not being visible on the market (students don’t know you exist)
  • Not getting the right type of student (that you prefer teaching)
  • Loneliness and Isolation: Alone and solving problems by yourself
  • Dealing with anxiety and stress

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You start by reading the short articles and tips. The information is comprehensive, informative, and easy to follow. You’ll also find step-by-step instructions and check lists in many articles.

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Recent Articles


Why Don’t They Answer My Email?
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Laura has a problem. She’s a freelance teacher and teaches English as a foreign language in universities and to private business companies. She often receives enquiries for her lessons but when she replies to them, she never hears from them again. Nada. Nix. Not a word. Not even a courteous ‘thank you’ for the time […]

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Why Do Students Pay The Fees We Ask?
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Quotation: “A business that doesn’t make money is just a hobby!” Many freelance teachers fail to make a living because they lack the knowledge to price their services. They embrace self-sacrificing philosophies and allow these philosophies to rule their business. Two important truths about your teaching business To make a living as a freelance teacher […]

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2013 GLOBAL TEACHER STATUS INDEX
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 (Download a copy the report by right-clicking on the report title.) Are Cultural And Financial Changes Possible? The 2013 Global Teacher Status Index study highlights where teachers are, what they’re doing, and where they’re going. Yes, it isn’t showcasing freelance teachers (the report refers to state employed teachers), but it does indicate cultural aspects affecting our teaching […]

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    You’ll receive information, ideas and tips, as well as simple and practical methods (with step-by-step instructions) on becoming an entrepreneurial freelance teacher in a professionally ethical and legal manner.

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    How To Find Customers And Students”.

    Emails are once every fortnight (1st and 15th each month).

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