Suffering from centuries of cultural and commercial influences placing a low value on education? A controversial look on one way in which freelance teachers can fight against low wages.
Continue reading Which Negotiation Damages A Freelance Teacher The Most?
Many people spend too much time and energy searching for the next great idea. Most never come to fruition because they are usually born AND lost in isolation.
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Formula 1 drivers have at least one formula for success. Freelance teachers can learn from them. Yet is the Formula 1 success formel ethical? Is it right or wrong? Likewise, do teachers become freelance teachers for all the right reasons? Or all the wrong ones?
Continue reading What Freelance Teachers and Formula 1 Drivers have in common
The way to being a freelance teacher doesn’t happen overnight. Many teachers keep their (financial) heads above water by accepting jobs in teaching institutes, or continuing their normal daily work in companies. This is the reality – and below you can read the 10 tips for your next step on how to negotiate prices with any teaching institute or any student or customer. Take a stand – ask for what you want as long as it remains reasonable . Remember you will never get what you deserve — you only get what you demand
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Part Two for FTT Ezine subscribers coming soon: 10 Tips on How to negotiate prices with language schools (or any other teaching institute, for that matter)
How Freelance Teachers can negotiate their hourly rates and prices (Part One)
In any accident, I often hear this phrase: It takes two to tango (dance). This can be said of negotiations. It takes two to negotiate a mutually satisfactory agreement. And if the two parties cannot
Continue reading How to negotiate prices with language schools (or any other teaching institute, for that matter) Part One