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How Underearning Affects The Quality Of Your Retirement

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The money you make now affects you 30 years later — so imagine yourself in 30 years and look after yourself. Underearning during a working lifetime inevitably results in poverty in retirement age. How much accumulated money could you lose over ca. 30 years by not negotiation a better salary or lesson fee from the […]

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The fated strategy of accepting “the going rate” for teaching services

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What is the “going rate” for teaching services per month and per hour, please? What do lemmings and the “going rate” have in common? Lemmings are infamous for one thing. They blindly follow another lemming before him without considering the consequences.

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Do You Know Your Resentment Number?

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The resentment number is unique, personal and differs from freelance teacher to freelance teacher. It has to remain a secret. Do you know yours?

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Which Negotiation Damages A Freelance Teacher The Most?

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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.

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Ideas are short lived

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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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Are your students and customers dangerous?

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How “safe” is your new student and customer? What dangers do you willingly take on by accepting students and customers into your private home?

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When is it the right time to refuse a student and customer?

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As a freelance teacher, there are times when you have pressing reasons to say “no” and yet you don’t for all the wrong reasons. For example, when you want (or need) to earn the money.

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What Freelance Teachers and Formula 1 Drivers have in common

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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?

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Protected: 10 Tips on How to negotiate prices (Part Two)

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Protected: How to negotiate prices with language schools (or any other teaching institute, for that matter) Part One

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